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Sarah Speers

Sarah Speers

Sarah Speers has a M.A. in Marriage & Family Therapy from The University of San Diego and a B.A. in psychology from Syracuse University. She is an Associate Marriage & Family Therapist, certified life coach and personal trainer who specializes in the treatment of eating disorders, weight loss, obesity, mental health and relationship issues. Sarah brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the PFC team in the realm of eating and weight psychology. She developed and directed an intensive day treatment program for binge eating disorder at UCSD’s Center for Healthy Eating and Activity Research (CHEAR), worked with individuals struggling with eating disorders at a private practice in San Diego, and was a researcher at Yale University’s Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity. Additionally, Sarah has over 8 years experience in the fitness industry as a personal trainer, fitness instructor and health coach. Because of her unique cross training in psychology, fitness and nutrition, Sarah will take your camp experience to new heights with group lectures, optional one-on-one sessions, and tele-coaching when you return home. In her spare time, Sarah enjoys doing yoga, kickboxing and rollerblading.

Attitude of Gratitude

Attitude is everything, so make yours one that is focused on gratitude. Sarah Speers shares the how, and more importantly the WHY of practicing gratitude journaling…

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Depression Awareness

October is Depression Awareness month, and struggling with depression can directly affect your eating habits, weight and motivation to exercise causing a downward spiral into feeling more depressed about letting your personal situation get out of control. Let’s discuss how to fight for ourselves during these times… For starters, it’s important to determine if depression…

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Stress Management

Now that summer has come to a close, September brings a new wave of stressors- from going back to school, to revving up at work, to prepping for the upcoming holiday season (dare I say it). Through it all, being able to effectively manage stress is one of the most important things to practice, and for a number…

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Visual Cues & Eating Habits

We are all creatures of habit. Our brains are designed to automate our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in an attempt to make living easier. While this can be a great thing, it can also work against us when it comes to changing unhealthy eating habits that have formed over our lifetime. Often times, we don’t…

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Summer Self Image

Summer is here, and that usually means lots of travel, vacations and social gatherings. When the heat is upon us, it also means plenty of opportunities to go swimming, and for many, this thought can stir fear and dread. You may be someone who experiences a wave (or waves) of panic thinking about putting on…

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Tips For Good Brain Health

The health of your brain is essential to your overall physical, mental and emotional health. In honor of Brain Health Month, here are four THINK tips of how you can improve the health of your brain while you are simultaneously working on improving the health of your body…

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Mental Health Awareness: Binge Eating Disorder

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and at PFC, we believe that mental health is a crucial component of one’s overall physical health and wellbeing. Often times, one’s weight is an outer representation of inner issues, such as repressed emotions, low self-esteem, and an accumulation of stress.  If you are an emotional eater, then it’s…

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Mindful Eating

Mindfulness is one of the most important practices to adopt that can help improve your overall quality of life. Mindful eating is one of the best ways to help heal our relationship with food. Simply put, mindfulness is the practice of being “aware”. Most of us live each day consumed by doing and thinking of…

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Health & Weight: Is it a matter of luck or lifestyle?

Is your health and weight a matter of luck or lifestyle?  When it comes to the scale, it’s easy to blame being overweight on one’s genes. We hear people say it all the time, “I’ve always been overweight. My family is overweight. I just have bad genes.” Sure, your parents gave you your genes and…

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