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Goal setting for weight management - foundations for success

07 Oct, 2016

Why common goal-setting approaches for weight management are ineffective (or harmful)

Friday October 7, 2016, 11.00am to 12noon AEDT

The presentation will cover:

Why common goal-setting approaches for weight management are ineffective (or harmful)

The effective setting of “weight” goals and “zooming out” from weight with holistic wellbeing goals

Smart goal setting for following through with goals

Using values as powerful motivators for change

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About the Presenter

Glenn Mackintosh is the founder and principal psychologist at Weight Management Psychology. He is a member of the Australian Psychological Society, a fellow of the Obesity Prevention and Treatment Society, and the Queensland representative for the APS Psychology of Eating, Weight, and Body-image Interest Group. Before venturing into fulltime private practise, he was the director of psychology at the Wesley Lifeshape Clinic, and he also consults with Queensland bariatric patients pre- and post- surgery. Glenn’s research investigated psychological and social factors and weight management, and he has lectured in weight management psychology, health psychology, and sport and exercise psychology at the University of Queensland, Griffith University, and the Australian College of Applied Psychology.  Glenn’s passion is for helping people effectively manage their eating, physical activity, weight, and body-image and training other professionals in applying psychological principles to help their clients who are grappling with weight management issues.


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