The latest disordered eating healing breakthrough:

 

self-compassion.

 

Self-Compassion is extending kindness to parts of you that hurt. This course will teach you to develop that practice for eating. It includes components of self-kindness, mindfulness, inner-child work, and somatic healing. I developed this program while studying at Stanford University’s CCARE Applied Compassion Training program. I ran a study that found that participants increased kindness and body awareness by over 30% in just six weeks. Those are key elements to healing disordered eating. Now, you can too! This six-week live class will teach you how to relate to the part of yourself struggling with food differently starting on DAY ONE.

Introducing Transformational Eating™

A new way to heal disordered eating

Transformational Eating™

A new way to heal disordered eating that doesn’t require years of therapy.

Sometimes we need tenderness more than mindfulness

herfIt’s Monday, and you’re about to spend another week struggling to find a peaceful relationship with food. This week though, you’re going to get serious about getting your thinking “right” around food so it doesn’t occupy all your thoughts. Once that’s “fixed,”  you’ll make “healthier” choices and finally mindfully or intuitively eat.

But, deep down, perhaps you think a part of you might be unfixable, unloveable, or even permanently broken, and nothing you have tried has been able to really help you change the endless loop of thoughts this creates. Logically you know none of this could possibly be true, but nothing has really helped. Until now, your relationship with food has been the most effective way to comfort, soothe and control yourself, and it feels like you will never find the peace you long for.

Sound familiar?

How would it feel to heal what is driving your food behaviors and develop a kindness-based healing practice that will not feel exhausting?  That’s what you will learn in Transformational Eating.

Have questions about this class? Email me: jessica@thelovingdiet.com or schedule a free 15-min call here so I can answer your questions! 

Introducing a proven way to heal disordered Eating: 

Sometimes we need tenderness more than mindfulness to heal. 

01Lesson 1: What is Self-Compassion

02Lesson 2: Who is Your Inner Eater? 

03Lesson 3: What is your Emotional Math of Eating?

04Lesson 4: Connecting with the Whole You.

05Meditations: Self-Compassion, Inner-Eater, Connecting With The Whole You.

Want to join the Transformational Eating 6-week class? The next online class starts Tuesday October 12th 9-11am PST

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What this course is and isn’t.

Transformational Eating is a set of self-compassion skills I’ve developed that will help you relate differently to the part of you struggling with food and focuses on you, your history, and your values instead of how and what you eat.

Transformational Eating is not a diet or a specific way of eating, nor is it a form of Intuitive Eating or mindful eating.

Transformational Eating improves body trust by increasing Interoceptive Awareness, which is the ability to trust signals your body gives you. This is done by teaching you to find core beliefs in your eating patterns and use self-compassion to release them.

This is done through a step-by-step process Jessica has developed over the last ten years, including inner-child, belief work, and somatic awareness.

Transformational Eating is not a diet nor is anti-diet. It’s also not an eating approach like Intuitive Eating or Mindful Eating.

It’s a customized form of Self-Compassion that teaches self-kindness to transform judgments and untrue beliefs around your relationship with food.

Don’t take my word for it, look at my research!

yes, I conducted a research study!

My participants increased their self-compassion and body awareness by over 30%

In my study group, participants increase kindness towards themselves in every category. 

Interoceptive Awareness (trusting and interpreting body signals) increased in all areas. 

Showed that Self-Compassion increases Interoceptive Awareness which is key to overcoming disordered eating.