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Virtual Saturday Scoop 3.27.21; Finding the Middle Ground with Weight Management



It’s very common for people trying to manage their weight to discover they’ve been doing a lot of black-and-white thinking. They’re either being “good” because they’re eating healthfully, or are “bad” because they had a slip up. Foods fall into “good” and “bad” categories. Or they are either completely committed to their plan or completely off of it. This kind of thinking often leads to self-recrimination and can get in the way of a more balanced, sustainable approach to long-term weight management. In this group Dr. Burnett will discuss how this pattern happens and ideas for finding more middle ground.


What is Virtual Saturday Scoop?

  • Live streaming on Saturdays from 10:00 am - 11:00 am

  • Join us from the comfort of your own home

  • Each session covers different weight management topics ranging from adequate protein intake, finding your best activity, to coping with emotions, followed by a group discussion

  • Led by alternating member of our teams (clinical psychologist, exercise physiologist or dietitian)

FREE for active comprehensive program patients, $15/group for others (orig. $35)

Contact Michelle Vaughan (mvaughan@wtmgmt.com) to pre-register

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Washington Center for Weight Management & Research

2800 Shirlington Rd #505, Arlington, VA 22206, USA

 Tel (703) 807-0037

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