Unhealthy Eating Habits & Food Relationship Group Coaching: EFT Method Update

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Kat Pratt of Kat Pratt Coaching announces new updates to her group coaching program, helping participants end their toxic relationships with food by understanding and confronting their self-limiting beliefs about food and their unhealthy eating habits.

The updated group coaching focuses on healing one’s unhealthy relationship with food. These group sessions guide members to uncover their limiting beliefs about food, identify patterns of possible self-sabotage, and recognize old hidden patterns of using food as an emotional crutch.

More details can be found at https://www.katpratt.com/

Pratt explains that her updated coaching program offers a safe and non-judgmental space where members can freely talk about their fears and beliefs about food. She elaborates that many people choose to remain silent about their unhealthy eating habits out of fear and shame. The first step towards healing, she says, is physically vocalizing that there is a problem to others.

The group sessions are opportunities for everyone, particularly women in their 40s, to talk about their body image and how that relates to their self-image. Pratt uses a combination of coaching and emotional freedom technique (EFT) to deconstruct both concepts so that members understand that while the two are related to each other, they are not the same.

The goal of the group sessions is to give members the courage to be gentler with their bodies and more forgiving about what they eat. It is a balanced coaching program that asks members to love their bodies by taking better care of them through healthier eating habits. Members also have the opportunity to be supported in a community of like-minded individuals all struggling with the same problem but willing to make positive changes.

Pratt explains that her coaching takes the veil of self-loathing off the eyes of many people. She gently works with each client, asking them to be their own number one cheerleader.

Aside from group coaching, Pratt also provides one-on-one life coaching. New clients can schedule a 30-minute clarity call with her at no cost. This call allows both parties to see whether they would like to work with one another.

Pratt writes, “I am here to help you push past challenges with ease and serve as a reminder that you can and should be your number one cheerleader.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://www.katpratt.com/

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