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The Caryl Ehrlich Program, a behavioral approach to weight loss

Posted: January 23, 2013 at 9:53 am   /   by   /   comments (0)

Caryl Ehrlich the founder/director of the Caryl Ehrlich Program, a behavioral approach to weight loss, goal setting, and positive thinking joins Entrepreneurial Fit Radio. She teaches one-on-one in her Manhattan office or on the phone nationally and internationally.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Caryl Ehrlich discuss the following:

  • How is The Caryl Ehrlich Program different from other programs?
  • What does a behavioral approach to weight loss mean?
  • Why do you think this is a food addiction?
  • Why is it so hard for people to lose weight and to keep it off?
  • How did you get into this business?

Duration: 14:10

Caryl Ehrlich is a behavior modification innovator in the field of weight reduction/control and is celebrating her 31-year anniversary of The Caryl Ehrlich Program.

The Program is a behavioral approach to weight loss, goal setting, and positive thinking. It helps people change habits of eating without diet, deprivation, props, or pills and is taught, both, in person or on the telephone for those who travel. Additionally, she teaches participants to reduce stress, and correct negative thinking.

Caryl has written (or been interviewed for) many articles on weight reduction/control and behavior modification. For many years, she has participated in numerous radio and television broadcasts and was a talk show producer and host of her own two-hour show on WMCA radio for three years. She had also produced and hosted “Changing Habits with Caryl Ehrlich” on cable T.V.

Corporate employees in companies such as Bloomberg, Lord & Taylor, Bergdorf Goodman, Northwestern Mutual and Pfizer Pharmaceuticals among others, have benefited from individual counseling. Caryl is a motivational speaker and has lectured throughout the United States.

Related Web Site: www.ConquerFood.com

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