You already know what you need to do to lose weight and how to proceed. You know about nutrition, how to eat healthy, fat burning, calorie counting, and muscle building. And you want to change your relationship with food. That’s why you have been trying for so long. For you, the key to success is not information, education, skills, or willpower. You already have all of them.

You’ve tried a “plan” or two that didn’t work—or maybe all the plans. They likely didn’t work because there’s no one-size-fits-all “formula” for emotional eating. How you will overcome it can only be defined by you, and guilt doesn’t belong anywhere in that equation. 

​As your coach, my job is to help you find another way. Most of the time, the answer isn’t about controlling yourself. It’s about relief, freedom, and a touch of pleasure.

A Healthier Relationship with Food is about Freedom, not Control

While diet and exercise are important in weight loss, I don’t talk about food, during coaching. At all. You don’t need me for that part. Suppose you decide to navigate your journey with me. In that case, I will focus on the emotional root causes that have created your eating behaviors, and how to change your way of eating sustainably, by decreasing your triggers and the situations you need to cope with in your life.

During our sessions together, we will:

  • Identify what you want and what’s standing in your way
  • Define how to solve situational factors that are holding you back
  • Check which ones of your needs are currently not being met, and help you define how you can fulfill them so that you can stop compensating unmet needs with food
  • Unveil the pain and fear barriers to action that you cannot see, and that make you believe you are not ready to engage in your recovery journey
  • Help you recognize those barriers and consider them legitimate, as this is often the first step on your path to recovery
  • Identify your eating triggers, and solve their root cause, so you don’t get triggered anymore
  • Put yourself in a position of power to choose daily routines—on purpose— your unique version of well-being and quality of life.

Note: These will be steps you WANT to take, not ones you think you’re “supposed” to take. Working with me, you are always in the driver’s seat. You’ll never get a hard sell from me. I charge by the hour, and you can quit any time you like.

We all have our reasons, triggers, and moments to eat our emotions. The path to a healthier relationship with food is different for each of us. My process is flexible and will adjust to your needs, your unique situation, and where you are emotionally right now. However, this is what you can expect from me every time:


I know dealing with emotional eating can be met with judgmental, condescending, or intruding responses when reaching out for help because I was there. I experienced how hurtful it can be.

You can expect me to trust everything you say, and my complete investment in you, your goals, and whatever challenges you face. I see strength, power, and beauty in every person I work with, and there is nothing I love more than helping you see the same.


Emotional eating means using food to cope with difficult situations and/or relationships in your life. Uncomfortable emotions are usually involved. I will not ask you to get tougher or use more willpower—I tried that too, and I know it doesn’t work. I know you are already doing your best. Instead, I will help you embrace the feelings you numb using food and what causes them.

Everyone is capable of change, and you are no exception. I will help you assess your readiness for change, find what motivates you, weigh the drawbacks and benefits of shaking things up, and build the confidence you need to stretch into a life, career, and body that fit just right.


Your journey is unique and personal. I’ll walk you through specific steps, but I will always adjust to what you need, at your pace, and using the behavioral toolsets that work for you.

This is your journey and together, we will create your unique path to a healthier relationship with food.


As emotional eaters, we use food to numb our emotions and disconnect from them. By doing so, we frequently deprive ourselves of meaningful connections with others and experience acute feelings of loneliness.

I will gently lead you to get back in touch with your emotions and will provide a deep emotional connection. Also, I will always tell you the truth when you seek feedback. 

This is your journey, but you don’t have to make it alone.


There is a path to emotional eating recovery. It does not look the same for everyone, but most of us need to go through the same steps. Just not in the same way, at the same time, or in the same order. I’ve been through every step myself. I know what it takes.

Together we will step back to get perspective on the issues you’re facing and find solutions that work for you—from tiny daily routines to big life-altering decisions.


Just like you, I tried every available method under the sun to try to lose weight, even the most exotic ones. I tried, failed, felt defeated, quit, raised a new hope, and jumped in the same loop over and again. Emotional eating follows the same patterns for all of us. Whatever eating behavior you are ashamed to share, I experienced it too. There is nothing to be embarrassed about.

You can open up safely. Your perspective is the juice that fuels this whole operation. The more honest you can be, the better, and you’ll get zero judgment from me. Period.

In addition, everything you say stays between us.


Emotional eating sometimes involves uncomfortable emotions and/or difficult choices. We wouldn’t use food to avoid them if they were easy to deal with.

While we may talk about difficult topics, and embrace intense emotions, we will also have a good time together. I will be your guide during this journey, but I will also be your friend. And laughter will be a part of the experience.