Saturday Speaker: Kristin Lloyd, MS, LMHC, LPC, PhD Candidate

Kristin Lloyd, MS, LPC/LMHC, PhD-candidate has been creating outstanding results for individuals, couples, and organizations for over 10 years as a highly-accomplished psychotherapist, transformational mindset mentor, college educator, and consultant.

She is now leading bariatric patients and bariatric candidates through massive mindset shifts to help them create lasting behavioral habit changes, emotional adjustments to lead happy and healthy lives by keeping the weight off and adjusting to the multitude of lifestyle changes that occur following bariatric surgery. As a WLS surgery patient herself, Kristin understands firsthand the dynamics and challenges that are experienced by the WLS/bariatric patient.

Kristin is also a PhD candidate in Psychology, a certified Reiki Master, an EFT practitioner, a licensed psychotherapist (in multiple states), a prolific writer and currently a contributor for The Huffington Post and The Master Shift. Kristin is the Amazon bestselling author of Bariatric Mindset Success: Live your Best Life and Keep the Weight Off After Weight Loss Surgery. Her books can be found on Amazon.

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Fireside Chat: Saturday 9:15am – 11:00am, Santa Rosa Ballroom A & B

Mental Health Fireside Chat on Defusing Regain Triggers

Losing weight after bariatric surgery is amazing and life-changing! However, with the good, there is also a life-long worry that comes into play: WEIGHT REGAIN.

Regain isn’t always about a surgery malfunction, sometimes the culprit is psychological. We’ve brought together a group of mental health professionals that are dedicated to helping bariatric patients face the fear of regain and learn to defuse common regain triggers. It doesn’t matter which part of the journey you are in, this Q&A panel will be packed full of helpful information that will help you for the long-haul.

This will be an interactive session, staff will bring the microphone to the audience so you can stand at your seat to ask your question of the panel member of your choice. The moderator and conference staff will help keep the Q&A moving so that we can try and get in as many questions as possible during the allotted time.