Weight and eating are not moral issues. It’s time to get rid of shame, blame, and diets! Karen R. Koenig, eating disorder therapist and expert on the psychology of eating, is here to help us do just that. She speaks about normal vs. nutritious eating, weight stigma, self-care, the role of health care providers, and how to outsmart overeating.
Karen R. Koenig, M.Ed., LCSW, is a psychotherapist, blogger, educator, and expert on the psychology of eating—the why and how, not the what, of it—with 30 years of experience teaching chronic dieters and overeaters how to become “normal” eaters and develop a positive relationship with food and their bodies. She is the author of six previous books on eating and weight.
To learn more about Karen, visit her website at Karenrkoenig.com.
Karen’s newest book, coauthored with Paige O’Mahoney, MD, teaches psychological and success strategies that promote healing conversations between providers and patients. Learn more about the book and purchase it here.