066 Connie Stapleton, PhD- Healing Your Relationship with Yourself

by reeger on January 25, 2016

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Connie Stapleton, PhD-2In this episode I bring you my conversation with clinical psychologist, Connie Stapleton, PhD. Dr Stapleton has been working in the field of bariatric surgery for 11 years and as you would image, and are about to hear, she has a wealth of information and insight and information to share with you.

Discussed in this episode:

  • How Dr Stapleton came to work as a clinical psychologist in bariatric surgery
  • A Post-op and A Doc are on a hiatus
  • Psychological screenings before surgery, why determining psychological appropriateness for bariatric surgery is so challenging
  • MindPrep videos
  • Grieving and letting go of what was in order to have what will be
  • The most important work that needs to be is healing a relationship with yourself
  • Discovering a new relationship with food
  • Getting honest with if you are using food and weight (even after bariatric surgery) as a distraction from dealing with the bigger emotional issues in your life
  • How does a person tap into their worthiness TODAY
  • How might a person know if they are addicted to food
  • What to do about cravings
  • We don’t see what we are not expecting. How to see new things
  • Johari‚Äôs window
  • We are all only responsible for the effort we give, not the outcome
  • Healing your relationship with yourself

Connecting with Connie
Conniestapletonphd.com
email: cstapletonphd@gmail.com
Facebook

Connecting with me
Reeger@weightlosssurgerypodcast.com
WLSP Facebook
SOBC Facebook

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Amy Swayzee January 26, 2016 at 6:19 am

Great episode. Thanks so much for your efforts. You are a great inspiration

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reeger February 21, 2016 at 5:37 pm

Thank you Amy! I appreciate the feedback!

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