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Slowing Down to Manage High Blood Sugars! (Diabetes Video Blog)



DiabeticTalks Presents A Little Bits of Information Video.
Slowing Down and High Blood Sugar Management

I hope you enjoyed my short video blog on managing high blood sugars.

If you are struggling with diabetes, depression, anxiety or diabetes burnout and want help. My practice is in NYC, and I work with individuals, couples, and families. If you are not in the NYC Metropolitan area, I also provide Skype services.

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Email: eliot.lebow@gmail.com

If you are struggling with diabetes, depression, anxiety or diabetes burnout and want help. My practice is in NYC, and I work with individuals, couples, and families. If you are not in the NYC Metropolitan area, I also provide Skype services.

What is Diabetes-Focused Psychotherapy (DFP)?
DFP takes a holistic approach, combining traditional talk therapy with diabetes education and diabetes management support. It addresses both the physical and emotional aspects of living life with diabetes while still addressing other non-diabetes related life problems to create a unique holistic approach to helping people with diabetes live a healthier and happier life.

I treat patients with diabetes of all ages—and their loving families, too. I provide a safe, caring space to discuss your concerns and issues, create tactics to manage your diabetes and emotions. I will help you reinvent life from here on out.

Your issues might be Cognitive (learning/memory), Emotional (Anxiety, Anger, Sadness, low self-esteem or nagging guilt), or Situational (Family Conflict, Divorce, Peer Relationships). Regardless of your problem, I can help!

Together, we leave your past behind, and move forward positively, productively, and with high hopes.

If you’re ready to learn a toolkit of useful, life-saving tactics, Book an appointment with Diabetes-Focused Life Coach & Psychotherapist Eliot LeBow TODAY! (917) 272-4829 or eliot.lebow@gmail.com

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