Northridge, CA, February 21, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Do you tend to overeat when you are feeling sad? Or happy? Or stressed? Has food become your emotional crutch? If so, you are not alone. Many women and men eat to feed their feelings, as well as their stomachs. At times, we all eat for reasons other than hunger, but if you feel that emotional eating is beyond your control, join Kim Scott, MFT and her new workshop to explore emotional eating and its causes.
The group will explore how faulty thinking and past hurts can contribute to emotional eating. You will learn and practice new stress management techniques, while beginning to establish a new relationship with food.
With the support of peers, members learn to take control of their relationship with food.
For more information, please visit http://www.kimscottmft.com