Many exercise programs neglect a very critical component mental health. In order for your body to perform at its best, your mind needs to perform at its best. Its all about making that mind, body, spirit connection to live an all-around healthier, happier life. Part of this has to do with eating a well-balanced diet, but thats not everything.
My first passion was sociology and psychology. I have nearly 10 years of experience working with at-risk youth and their families utilizing a variety of behavior modification methodologies. Changing your diet and exercise habits alone goes a long way in increasing your natural ability to handle stress but without looking at the deeper reasons for your unhealthy choices your new habits are less likely to stick.
I am not a therapist and if you have a lifetime of issues with self worth traditional therapy may be right for you. I think everyone could use therapy. What I ask of you is to be mindful of your feelings in the process of changing your life particularly those that are self defeating.
Along with nutrition information and fitness programing I will encourage you to look at the effectiveness of your coping skills, to examine your unhealthy thinking patterns and use meditations and other exercises with practical applications to improve your overall well-being and like all of my services these are tailored specifically to you.