Register now to join Katie Jay, MSW, for a complimentary virtual workshop created exclusively for the Unjury community...
Avoid the Emotional Eating Trap
and Become a Self-care Ninja!
Are You Stuck in a Pattern of Emotional Eating?
(Or Would You Like to Avoid It?)
After bariatric surgery, emotional eating can become a big problem for some of us. Sure, we know what we’re “supposed” to eat but we also struggle to get ourselves to do it. That’s the challenge. You wind up feeling trapped and ashamed, or even regain. Would you like to know exactly how to get out of the emotional eating trap (or avoid it)?
Join Katie Jay, MSW, Saturday, August 26th
10AM to 12PM Eastern Time
(Can’t attend? Don’t worry, we’ll be recording! Everyone who registers will get the link!)
During this complimentary, virtual workshop Katie will help you:
- Understand what emotional eating is and isn’t. (You may be surprised!)
- Find out why you really do it, and how it can affect you over time.
- Learn how to manage your emotional eating with self-awareness and compassion.
- Use a step-by-step blueprint to help you get out of your particular trap and stay out.
“Emotional eating is not a weakness or flaw. It is part of being human. I’ll show you how to get out of the emotional eating trap and stay out!”
Katie Jay, MSW, Certified Life and Wellness Coach
Katie Jay is an internationally recognized authority on weight loss surgery and the founder of BariSupport.com. She has been coaching, teaching, and supporting bariatric surgery patients for 19 years.
She holds a master’s in social work, is a certified life and wellness coach, and is a trained experiential workshop facilitator. Katie conducted research on the lived experience of bariatric patients, which resulted in her groundbreaking book, Weight Loss Surgery Stages of Transformation.
Katie also is the author of Small Bites: Daily Inspirations for Weight Loss Surgery Patients.
She underwent gastric bypass in 2004 and, after a couple of bouts with regain (and emotional eating!), Katie now maintains a 180-pound weight loss. She helps her clients find peace with food, their body, and the scale, and create the most satisfying WLS life possible.