Dr. Nina Savelle-Rocklin is a psychoanalyst, author, speaker and internationally-recognized expert in weight, food and body image issues. Her personal experience with these issues gives her a unique understanding of how to overcome them, and she knows how to create lasting transformation. She’s been featured in the Los Angeles Times, Prevention, Real Simple, Redbook, Huffington Post and many other publications, and is a frequent guest expert at summits, podcasts, radio and events. Dr. Nina helps people lose weight without dieting by focusing on what’s eating “at” them instead of what they are eating. In addition to her clinical practice, she writes an award-winning blog, Make Peace With Food, hosts a podcast and video series. Her book, Food For Thought, on the treatment of eating disorders, is an Amazon bestseller. For more information please visit: drninainc.com
The Dr Nina Show
Our culture is obsessed with health, yet 95 percent of all diets fail. This call-in radio program features weekly topics on the subject of weight loss without dieting. Dr. Nina shares the secrets she’s used with thousands of men and women all over the world to create permanent, sustainable weight loss . Using a combination of humor, compassion and expertise, she helps listeners focus on what’s eating “at” them instead of on what they are eating. Dr. Nina gives lively advice and guidance, inspiring the audience to make peace with food and keep the weight off for good.
Questions From Viewers
Dr. Nina answers questions from James, who wants to know how to remind himself to use the VARY self-soothing strategy; from Toni, who questioned how to respond to people who comment about her weight loss; and from Nicole, who's focused on losing weight as a means to feel good about herself. She also discusses the post-holiday blues.
Calls With Listeners:
Dr. Nina talks with Karen about a relationship issue with her husband that makes her "turn to chocolate for solace." Nicole called in with an update about setting boundaries and asks for advice on how to deal with her mother's inappropriate comments about her body. Andrea asked about how to deal with body issue issues and the social pressure to "be perfect."