“We should stop weight-watching and start healing our relationship with food and our bodies.” - Alison Ross, Founder of Center for Eating Recovery
An 8-Week Course in Non-Dieting to Your Healthy Weight
This year the diet industry will fail you again. It will offer plenty of advice about what to eat but leave you alone to battle with overwhelming food cravings, emotional eating habits and food addiction. This course teaches a new paradigm for health. Find your healthy weight when you learn how to nourish your emotional and physical self. Tap into your innate weight regulating system by sensitizing to your bodies signals about what, when and how much to eat. Reduce food cravings and emotional overeating by learning how to feed the hunger in your heart. End the war inside, stop self-sabotage with food and develop body-confidence when you shift into a healthy mindset.
Registration open for new sessions starting this Fall.
TEEN Body Image & Eating Support Group
Healthy Mind. Healthy Body.
- Love Your Body
- Learn to Eat Intuitively
- Discover You
- Find Your Healthy Weight
Registration open for sessions starting in February.
iRadio: Alison Ross Talks About Food Addiction
Ever wonder why you can’t stop eating cookies once you start? Feel stuck in a negative relationship with your body? Frustrated about how often you find yourself grabbing for food or alcohol at the end of the day? Listen to this free podcast where Alison Ross, Founder of Center for Eating Recovery & Carissa, an Eating Coach at the Center, explain how we get stuck and the surprising truth about how can get free: Listen Now
Alison Ross is the founder of Center for Eating Recovery in Agoura Hills, California. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist specializing in eating and body image. Alison was inspired to start the Center after healing her relationship with food and her body. Her mission is to help others rise above the obsessive and self-hating diet mentality in our culture to find true health through empowerment, awareness, love and self-care. The Center offers treatment for eating and body image problems across the spectrum including binge-eating, emotional overeating, yo-yo dieting, bulimia and anorexia.