Weight Loss and Weight Management


Dieting can be difficult and frustrating for most of us.  Restrictive diets make it difficult for us to stick with the program and even though losing weight feels great, it is incredibly frustrating when we gain it all back!


At Me Only Better, we will help you break that yo-yo dieting cycle!  We will provide you with a cogntive framework to make permanent changes in your life that will allow you to change your relationship with food and exercise forever- no more dieting!


Our unique application of psychology to the field of weight management allows us to focus on many of the difficult issues and concepts you face in weight loss and weight management.  These include:

  • Emotional Eating
  • Sabatoging Thoughts and Situations
  • Time Management Issues
  • Diminishing Discouragement
  • Self-Motivation
  • Developing Food and Exercise Discipline
  • Maintaining Control in Special Situations (Holidays, Travel, etc)
  • Dealing with Food Pushers
  • Dealing with Craviings
  • Arranging your Environment
  • Changing the Impact of Triggers

In addition to these weight management services, we also offer evaluations for bariatric surgery, as well as pre- and -post surgery maintenance.

Diets just restrict your intake so you lose weight, but they don't teach you how to maintain that!  We will teach you how to make permanent changes in your life that you can feel great about!

We are pleased to announce our partnership with Total Woman Gym and Day Spa!  With two locations in Mission Valley and Encinitas, they are conveniently located and offer a warm, and nurturing environment for anyone who is new to the exercise world.  In addition, they are offering discounted memberships and additional complimentary services to all Me Only Better clients!  Ask us for more information.  

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