Digital Product: Emotional Eating ToolKit
See Ya Stress Eating
Do you use food to cope with stress?
Do you find yourself eating more than you want or struggling to lose weight?
Do you snack after dinner or turn to sugar for comfort?
Do you feel guilty after eating sometimes?
If you answered yes to these questions, then this short course is for you. Based in science and decades of clinical experience, the emotional eating toolkit presents a cognitive behavioral therapy approach for reducing your emotional eating. Combining down to earth language and a roadmap for changing your behavior, this toolkit can help you understand your relationship with food in a whole new way.
Dr. Robyn Pashby is a licensed clinical health psychologist and the founder of DC Health Psychology, a group of behavioral health providers who specialize in the treatment of obesity and other chronic health conditions. In addition to her thriving clinical practice, Dr. Pashby has authored or co-authored numerous publications in the area of weight management including peer-reviewed scientific articles, book chapters, and blog posts. She has extensive training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Interpersonal Psychotherapy, both evidence-based interventions for issues related to eating and weight.
Before founding DC Health Psychology, Dr. Pashby served as a clinician for multiple National Institutes of Health (NIH)-funded research projects exploring the prevention and treatment of obesity. She also helped establish and served as the Assistant Director and head clinician for the National Center for Weight and Wellness in Washington DC. Dr. Pashby lives in Washington DC with her husband, daughter and dog.
Frequently Asked Questions
You are not alone in struggling with emotional eating. Literally hundreds of Dr. Pashby's clients over the years have made significant changes in their relationship with food using the very tools presented in this short course. What do you have to lose?