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William Anderson, LMHC 

 
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For dieters struggling to lose the weight—be it the last 10 or a lifesaving 100 pounds—people have long relied on the same methods with varying results: stop eating late at night, use willpower to resist the fun foods and exercise everyday. But those methods just don’t work, says our guest today, psychotherapist William Anderson. Whereas the majority of weight loss plans stress dieting and exercise, Anderson asserts that it’s more important to focus on making changes in a person’s relationship with food and how they eat. He is the developer of a very successful program and the book, “The Anderson Method”.

In The Anderson Method, you'll learn the secrets of permanent weight loss, revealed by licensed psychotherapist William Anderson, who lost 140 pounds after 25 years of obesity and failure with more diets than he can count. In doing that, he discovered the ground breaking formula for permanent weight loss that he teaches as Therapeutic Psychogenics, The Anderson Method. After maintaining his weight loss for over twenty years, and helping hundreds of his clients to experience this same success, he is spreading the word. Today, he is teaching other therapists in their own communities, as trained and licensed providers of The Anderson Method. In this book, he shares his story and his unique methods with you.

William Anderson is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor residing in Florida. He is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst (B.S.), and the University of South Florida Graduate School of Education, Tampa (M.A.). He conducts a private psychotherapy practice in Sarasota, Florida, and is currently training other therapists to provide The Anderson Method in their own practices. He serves Sarasota's community mental health efforts as a clinical volunteer at Genesis Health Center for the uninsured and medically indigent, and is an avid fisherman, cook, and lifelong student.

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