Health and Fitness Magazine - Talking Diets
‘The key is to reduce a sense of being deprived,’ says Tanya Woolf, Consultant Counselling Psychologist at Onebright. ‘For some, it will be easier to have occasional treats. For others, with obsessive or addictive-type behaviours, it may feel easier to cut something out completely.
Tanya Woolf Our Clinical Director discussing the psychological implications of dieting and different responses depending on personality traits. Please look at our Eating disorders page.