All-or-Nothing Thinking: How to Keep it from Derailing Your Efforts; Saturday Scoop Saturday, March 9th 2019

March 6, 2019

 

 

Do you find yourself either following an exercise or nutrition plan perfectly, or thinking you’re a failure? Maybe you think that eating something “bad” makes you a bad person. Most people engage in all-or-nothing (or black-and-white) thinking in one way or another. This type of thinking can be counterproductive to weight loss, as well as demoralizing. Join clinical psychologist Rachel Burnett, PhD to learn more about finding your way towards a healthy middle ground.

 

What is Saturday Scoop? If you’ve never been to Saturday Scoop, every Saturday one of our amazing clinicians leads a 1-hour interactive group (10:00 am to 11:00 am) that cover a variety of health or weight related topics. Each sessions involves new information and a group discussion.

 

Free for active Comprehensive Program patients; $35 per session for all others

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