Saturday Scoop 3.7.20; Flexible Restraint - What is it, and why is it helpful?

March 2, 2020

 

Flexible restraint is an approach to eating that encourages limiting calories, without applying strict, “all-or-nothing” rules that can lead to feeling deprived and getting off-track. Research suggests it helps people develop healthy eating patterns that they can better sustain over the long-term. Join clinical psychologist Rachel Burnett, PhD for a discussion of flexible restraint and how you might apply these ideas to your own weight management journey.

 

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

Prepayment package discounts available.

 

Do you have questions or want to RSVP?

Email Michelle at mvaughan@wtmgmt.com

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