Do you have clients that are making progress with their nutrition and health goals but getting discouraged because they live and breath by the scale? Help to foster motivation in your clients with this handout! This handout will help your clients to focus on all of the positive changes they have made that are not related to the number on the scale. Focusing on successful behaviour changes as opposed to weight can help your clients to build more momentum, self-efficacy and motivation and continue with trying to implement new healthy habits. This handout includes 28 non-scale victories and room for your client’s to write in their own. A great tool to use ongoing during your sessions in order to visually reflect on the positive progress your client’s have made!
- How Under Eating Causes Overeating
- Eating Disorder Recovery Benchmarking
- Eating Disorder Reasons to Recover
NOTEWORTHY PREMIUM RESOURCES:
- Ultimate Eating Disorder Gentle Nutrition Bundle
- Incorporating Feared & Novel Foods
- Recognizing and Challenging Eating Disorder Thoughts
- Eating Disorder Support for Supports
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