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Eliza Kingsford, MA, LPC, NCC, founder and clinical director of Empowered Wellness, author of Brain-Powered Weight Loss and former executive director of Wellspring is available to the media as an expert resource.
She'll provide objective insights, commentary and analysis on the treatment of overweight and obesity in children, adolescents, teens, young adults and adults in both traditional settings and therapeutic recreation environments including weight loss camps.
Her science-grounded cognitive-behavioral approach stands in contrast to the simplistic "eat less, move more" advice traditionally provided to individuals of all ages struggling with weight and related health issues.
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Eliza Kingsford & Empowered Wellness Weight Loss Camps In The News
How to Beat Back Cravings When Just Seeing Sweets Makes You Lust for Them
Author of Brain Powered Weight Loss and noted food psychology expert Eliza Kingsford explains the biochemical link between food and feelings of satisfaction, why some habits are so hard to shake, and how to retrain your brain to avoid self-destructive meal choices.
KKFX Fox 11 / KEYT Newschannel 3 / KCOY 12 Central Coast News Interview with Eliza Kingsford
KKFX Fox 11's John Palminteri sat down with Empowered Wellness founder Eliza Kingsford to discuss scientific principles of Brain-Powered Weight Loss and helping kids develop a healthy self-image in their relationship with food.
Empowered Wellness Serves Teens, Young Adults
Santa Barbara's leading news site announces the opening of Empowered Wellness science-driven weight loss camps for teens and young adults, planting the seeds of lifetime change at camp and helping them blossom with 12 months of wraparound professional support.
KUSI News Interview with Empowered Wellness Founder Eliza Kingsford
Around the Web
Eliza Kingsford, CEO of Empowered Wellness Camp, spoke to KUSI San Diego, CA News reporter Lauren Phinney about teen weight loss, self-love, and body image. She advises parents on ways to help their teens navigate everything from summer vacation, media messages and societal and peer pressure.