Women’s Way Weight Management Coaching, LLC

Women’s Way Weight Management Coaching, LLC

Annie Wills received her EdD in Human Development Counseling from Vanderbilt University, after completing her Master’s Degree in Psychology at Middle Tennessee State University.  Annie has worked as a Clinical Psychologist for over 20 years, and more recently has also worked as a Life Coach.  Annie’s role at Women’s Way focuses on the emotional & behavioral changes necessary for healthy and sustainable weight loss. 

Though she is a psychologist, Annie does not interfere with clients’ existing therapist relationships. (That is, if you already have a therapist you work with regularly).  Sessions with Annie include working through emotional eating, binge eating, food as a life coping strategy, negative self-talk, food addiction, and achieving healthy behavior change (mentally, emotionally, physically, and sometimes spiritually).          

“As a psychologist and life coach, I use my education (EdD from Vanderbilt), experience (20+ years in private practice as a Licensed Psychologist), and my intuition, to work with women on the weight journey.  In my work I have found that while woman all face different life stressors, many turn to food as a way to manage this stress.  Fortunately, there are other stress reduction tools that work better, and without side effects.  I am privileged to teach these techniques at Women’s Way, as each woman discovers her strengths and develops healthier coping skills, on the way to her ideal life.” – Annie


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