Karen R. Koenig, LCSW, M.Ed.
5011 Windsor Park
Sarasota, FL 34235
How to (Finally) Make Peace with Food
If you're sick of dieting and regaining lost pounds, it's time to stop torturing yourself and learn the skills that "normal" eaters use to maintain a healthy weight for life. Because studies tell us that diets don't work to keep off weight long term, there must be a better way. Whether you're a chronic dieter, binge-eater, overeater or simply food obsessed, you can permanently transform your relationship with food by learning and practicing the rules of "normal" eating. Rather than deprive yourself of foods you love, then overindulge, you can learn to stop bingeing and overeating by learning to eat according to simple, satisfying appetitie guidelines.
Karen R. Koenig, LCSW, M.Ed., is an international author, national speaker, psychotherapist, eating coach, and an expert on the psychology of eating-the way and how, not the what of it-with 30+ years of experieince turning troubled eaters into "normal" eaters. She practices in Sarasota and via telephone and Skype worldwide. Her books include The Rules of "Normal" Eating, The Food and Feelings Workbook, What Every Therapist Needs To Know About Treating Eating And Weight Issues, and Nice Girls Finish Fat. Visit her website at www.eatingnormal.com.
Karen R. Koenig, LCSW, M.Ed., is a psychotherapist, educator, eating coach, national speaker, international author, and expert on the psychology of eating—the why and how, not the what, of eating—with 30-plus years of experience teaching chronic dieters and overeaters the skills that “normal” eaters use naturally to maintain a comfortable, healthy weight for life without dieting and food restriction.
She is the author of Nice Girls Finish Fat—Put Yourself First and Change Your Eating Forever (Fireside/Simon and Schuster, June 2009); What Every Therapist Needs to Know About Treating Eating and Weight Issues (W.W. Norton and Co., 2008); The Food and Feelings Workbook—A Full Course Meal on Emotional Health (Gürze Books, 2007), and The Rules of “Normal” Eating—A Commonsense Approach for Dieters, Overeaters, Undereaters, Emotional Eaters, and Everyone in Between! (Gürze Books, 2005). Three of her books have been or will be translated into nine foreign language editions.
Her articles have appeared in Social Work Focus, Social Work Today, Eating Disorders Today, The Newsletter for the Society for Family Therapy and Research, The Boston Globe, The Boston Herald, Berner Zeitung, Attitudes Magazine, and Positive Change and she has been quoted in Body and Soul, Women’s Health, In Touch, Ladies Home Journal, Self, Shape, Weight Watchers, and OK magazines. A founding member of the Greater Boston Collaborative for Body Image and Eating Disorders, she served on the Professional Advisory Board of the Massachusetts Eating Disorder Association. She has written nearly 500 blogs which can be found at www.eatingdisordersblogs.com, and moderates a food and feelings message board at groups.yahoo.com/group/foodandfeelings.
Ms. Koenig has taught seminars and lectured at Simmons College School of Social Work, Boston University School of Social Work, Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology, the National Association of Social Work, the Massachusetts Dietetic Association, the National Organization for Women, the Multi-service Eating Disorder Association of Massachusetts, the University of South Florida Department of Social Work, and the Florida Writers Association. Her TV interviews include ABC, FOX, WHDH, Brookline, MA cable, and SNN and the radio shows of Mona Miller, Michael Dresser, Diane Jones, Jon Duval, Cliff Roles, Judi Gallagher, Barbara McFadden, and Rick Anthony, among many others.
A graduate of Simmons College School of Social Work, Ms. Koenig practices and teaches in Sarasota, Florida. She also does teletherapy and coaching on eating and weight concerns worldwide. Learn more about her at www.eatingnormal.com and www.nicegirlsfinishfat.com and visit her on www.facebook.com/pages/Nice-Girls-Finish-Fat, www.youtube.com/user/KarenRKoenig, and twitter.com/KarenRKoenig.
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