Dani created a program that not only helps participants get free of their insecurity and emotional dependency on food but the program itself is put together in such a way that helps the facilitators get Finally Free in their nutritional practices as well! For me Finally Free has opened my eyes into how a practice can work alongside other health professionals, including medical doctors, which is pretty awesome. It seems Dani has thought of it all and basically gives you a ‘practice in a box’ if you follow the plan she lays out and put in the work YOU WILL SEE RESULTS not only in your participant’s lives but in your practice as well. As an NTP in a Red State, I wasn’t quite sure of being able to make a go of it full time. Beta-testing Finally Free! has completely changed my mind in that regard and for that I am forever thankful to Dani and her amazing work. I can’t for my part in lighting 1000 Suns
Millions of Americans try to change their lifestyle unsuccessfully each year. Those who succeed are often unable to maintain their positive changes.
We all have clients like this. I have customized eating plans for clients only to have them return weeks later unable to implement the changes in their everyday lives.
Here’s the missing piece: It’s not that we’re bad practitioners or that don’t know what we’re doing. It’s not that we’re not walking the walk, or smart enough, or capable. We just haven’t been taught how to deal with emotional eating.
Let’s face it, we are taught not to honor our bodies at a very young age.
Did your parents tell you to clean your plate? Or make you continue to eat after you were already satisfied?
They weren’t bad parents; don’t get me wrong, they just didn’t know about intuitive eating.
If, like me, you are having difficulty getting your clients to implement the practices you’re trying to teach them and if you are caught up in the three-session slump and struggling to find ways to grow your nutritional therapy practice–this workshop is for you.