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Exclusive Video: You Too Can Enjoy a Healthy, Mindful Vacation!

This week is the second episode of my new video series on permanent weight loss, using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

In this one, “Shrink and Splash,” I explore some great tools for weight loss while on vacation. Enjoy!

Today’s guest is Sandy, who is spending some leisure time in sunny California. Watch our CBT therapist Ellen Resnick review vacation guidelines with Sandy so she can continue on her weight loss and healthy fitness journey—even on holiday.  She’s already lost 50 pounds and decreased her health risks significantly!

Bonus: Don’t miss Ellen’s terrific tip on how best to eat delicious bread pudding!

Stay tuned for our next video episode!

You CAN lose weight and get fit at any age!

Would you like to be my next guest?  Do you have any questions on weight loss you would like me to answer? Email me at ellen@thoughtfulweightloss.com.

Shrink your weight with us at HealthyWage.

Ellen is a psychotherapist in private practice in San Francisco and Redwood City, California. She specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and incorporates the use of mindfulness into the treatment of depression, anxiety, and emotional overeating. She runs a holistic weight loss program called Center for Thoughtful Weight Loss, www.thoughtfulweightloss.com. You can email Ellen at ellen@thoughtfulweightloss.com

Copyright © 2011 Ellen N. Resnick, LCSW

Reprinted with permission by HealthyWage.

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About Ellen N. Resnick, LCSW (Psychotherapist)

Ellen is a psychotherapist in private practice in San Francisco and Redwood City, California. She specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and incorporates the use of mindfulness into the treatment of depression, anxiety, and emotional overeating. She runs a holistic weight loss program called Center for Thoughtful Weight Loss, www.thoughtfulweightloss.com Ellen is also a skilled couples' therapist. Ellen’s interest in behavior change grew out of her work with people with diabetes in 1990 at California Pacific Medical Center. Ellen is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the department of psychiatry at UCSF where she worked from 1995-2003 specializing in women’s mental health issues and brief treatment. She ran the Cognitive Behavioral therapy group program for women with depression. Ellen continues to supervise psychiatry residents at UCSF. She lectures extensively in the Bay Area. Feel free to email Ellen at Ellen@thoughtfulweightloss.com

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5 thoughts on “Exclusive Video: You Too Can Enjoy a Healthy, Mindful Vacation!

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    Posted by Mulberry Bags | April 25, 6:58 am
  2. @mulberrybags–so glad you enjoyed it. A follow up w/Sandy will be posted soon.

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