In this episode I chat with my long term colleague and friend Richard Moat, the Functional Thinking Psychologist. Rich has helped myself and my colleagues on numerous occasions to overcome difficulties in the clinician/patient relationship. During the podcast Richard and I spend time discussing these relationships and how destructive habits can interfere with our long term health gains. Most of us are at some point in our lives guilty of sabotaging our health by continuing to hold on to bad habits. Why do we do this though? Well, if you want to understand the complexities behind this behaviour then I urge you to take a listen to this podcast episode and hear Rich break it down and explain it in a way that we can all understand and relate to. Whether you are a patient and especially if you are a practitioner, I guarantee you will benefit from listening to this insightful conversation with Rich.Are you looking to improve your overall health for the long term? Head over to our website to find out how we can help!Follow us on Instagram: @fmedassociatesTo be the first to hear our next podcast episodes, sign up to our newsletter. Thanks for listening to our podcast and please feel free to get in touch: Tweet us at @fmedassociates Follow us on Instagram or Facebook @fmedassociates Email us on [email protected] For more information about our services please visit our website www.functional-medicine.associates We would love to hear from you!
Why Do We Sabotage Our Health Through Bad Habits? | A Functional Thinking Psychologist Explains