Chocolate addiction can be serious. If you want to break free of the grip chocolate has on you, finding this website could be the start of the positive change you need to overcome this legitimate problem.

Are You Addicted to Chocolate?

Individuals become heavily reliant on chocolate for different reasons. A conflict of values is at the heart of the struggle with compulsive chocolate eating, simply put, wanting to stop, and simultaneously craving chocolate or using chocolate to temporarily change how you feel. But chocolate can never really satisfy your true needs. As the addiction continues untreated, cravings increase.

The trained psychotherapists at Bayside Psychotherapy can help you beat your chocolate addiction using addiction counselling and hypnotherapy for chocolate cravings.

We can help you from the comfort of your own home with chocolate addiction counselling online, via Skype, Zoom or similar.

You don’t need to continue allowing chocolate consumption to control your life! Call us on (03) 9557 9113 or use our contact form to make a confidential online appointment.

Some believe there is genetic, hormonal, personality, social, cultural, psychological and environmental factors associated with compulsive chocolate consumption. Regardless of the reason, excessive chocolate consumption can have a detrimental effect on your health, energy, emotions and ability to concentrate and sustain healthy relationships. If you are reading this it probably means that a deeper part of your mind is ready to discover new ways to cope with emotional hunger, and cease relying on chocolate as a shortcut to emotional sweetness. This kind of focus is about what you can do to change, and beat compulsive chocolate eating, once and for all! Ready to begin?

Let’s Work Together to Help You Overcome Chocolate Addiction

The first step to recovery is to make a confidential appointment to discover how psychotherapy can help. The first session is to find out if you can work with your therapist, so they can help develop a plan unique to you and your needs.

The point is to find the best treatment to help you understand and manage the problem, identify possible causes and generate a positive sense of wellbeing, inner peace and real happiness at work and in your relationships without dependency on chocolate. You can gain control of your mind, rather than feeling like the cycle of chocolate cravings, guilt and disappointment is controlling you.

How Long Does Overcoming Chocolate Cravings Take?

How long is some string? We are not psychics, but we are professional counsellors. After a couple of sessions we usually uncover where things are at and how the therapy is helping. Then we will have a clearer idea of how long to expect for lasting change to occur. It may take only a few sessions for you to be on the road towards overcoming chocolate cravings, depending on the causes and your willingness to participate in helping yourself. Regular sessions for long term results may be indicated, until you have things under control.

Overcome Chocolate Addiction

How is Bayside Psychotherapy’s Approach to Addiction Different?

When you receive online treatment at Bayside, you may notice we work a little differently to what you may be used to from previous experiences. We take the time to get to know you and look at things deeper than what may appear to be causing your cravings, in order to work on lasting change. If that still doesn’t help, we will work with you to find a more suitable therapist. With training in counselling, psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, NLP and Buddhist psychotherapy, we have a wide range of methods to help you.

Overcome chocolate cravings and regain control of your life. Call us on (03) 9557 9113 or use our contact form to find out if we can help you overcome the urge to binge on chocolate. Your call is completely confidential, and there’s absolutely no obligation.



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