End Your Overeating and Anxiety Workshop


Why watch the overeating and anxiety workshop?


Because you're sick of feeling anxious, fighting your cravings, and giving in to that vicious loop of anxiety, food, guilt, and pain.

In the workshop and workbook you'll get:

  • 20 quick and easy fixes for anxiety and cravings
  • Finally understand why your anxiety makes you eat (so you can stop it)
  • Links to my fave anti-anxiety apps
  • 30 Journaling prompts specifically aimed at healing anxiety and overeating
  • Tips, tricks, and therapy techniques to use at home


Research shows that tense or stressful emotions can make you overeat and that this effect is especially true if you typically try to control your eating.

You know, like when you try to stop overeating

You might actually start to wonder if your body and brain are trying to drive you crazy.

I created this workshop because I want you to know that you’re NOT crazy and that you can feel better. You can ease anxiety, and you can cope in ways that work way better (and feel better) than food.

I know, first hand, what can happen for your eating when you learn how to deal with anxiety.

You stop causing yourself so much pain and guilt and start treating yourself with authentic care. You can think, breathe, and make choices instead of having to react, put out fires, feel on edge, and overeat.


You can ease anxiety and can cope in ways that work way better (and feel better) than food. Check out the free anxiety and overeating workshop here.

The End Your Overeating and Anxiety Workshop

I’m not saying that this workshop will “cure” your anxiety, but after watching and doing the workbook you will be able to start working with it differently. Like not eating everything in the house.

So, here's the workshop. Make sure you scroll down below it to grab your workbook, pleasure inventory sheet, and to book your free call.


The power of journaling for anxiety and overeating


In the workshop and the workbook I mention a journaling resource I put together for you. The 30 questions are designed to help you look closer at the links between your anxiety and your overeating. Ultimately, the more you understand what's going on, the strong your position of healing. Here are the journaling questions if you'd like to Pin them on Pinterest for later. 

You can ease anxiety and can cope in ways that work way better (and feel better) than food. Check out the free anxiety and overeating workshop here.

About Samantha

Hello! I'm Sam and I'm an Eating Psychology Coach. I work with women who struggle with emotional eating and weight loss to develop new strategies and lifestyles so they can stop using food to cope, lose weight, and eat happy.

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