evenings, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Oct. 6th - Dec. 8th (excluding 10/13, 11/3, & 11/24)
Note: New groups
forming after this one.
Burt Road • Westhampton, MA 01027 (Map)
(near Northampton in Western Massachusetts)
session. See Registration
Note: This group is limited to 8 people.
and weight-loss programs have low success
rates. They tend to focus on what food to eat and/or use "behavioral"
approaches that just depend on will-power. This either works poorly
in yo-yo cycles of weight loss and gain. Unless
the underlying emotional causes of overeating are addressed,
weight loss and maintenance will always be a struggle.
What makes this program uniquely successful is the use of the Emotional
Technique (EFT - also known as "Tapping"). EFT works like "emotional acupressure" to
quickly, gently and easily relieve food cravings
true emotional causes of our urge to overeat. Once the cravings and
underlying emotions have been addressed, weight loss and maintenance come easily.
- Eliminate food
- Identify and
clear the underlying emotions causing overeating
unwanted patterns of eating
- Receive support
in a safe, confidential environment
- Learn a tool
(EFT) that can easily be applied to many life issues
Dr. Mercola has
used EFT with thousands of patients in
his renowned Optimal Wellness Center. He wrote regarding applying EFT
to help patients lose weight:
"We have used EFT
for several years now with
astounding results... It is the most universally effective approach
I've ever found to handle the emotions that can block weight loss."
further information contact:
Stefan Gonick at stefan@eft-alive.
Adele Marcus at (413) 303-1203.
This group is limited to 8 people. In order to hold a spot in this
limited group, you will need to send in
a deposit of $120.
Marcus, LICSW, ACHT is a licensed
psychotherapist, EFT practitioner and workshop
of Life Design: Creative Healing, she specializes in
transformational healing that integrates the body, mind and soul
connection. Bringing over 17 years experience, she works with
individuals, couples and groups addressing issues related to anxiety,
depression, trauma, addictions and stress related disorders.