Weight Loss

Our Weigh Beyond Program

Extra weight on the body increases the risk for health conditions like Type 2 Diabetes, heart problems, high blood pressure, and some types of cancer. Healthcare providers determine if you are overweight by calculating your Body Mass Index (BMI). A normal BMI ranges between 18.5-24.9. BMI = (your weight in pounds x 703) ÷ (your height in inches x your height in inches) For example, if you weigh 150 pounds and are 5 ft. 6 in. (63 in.) tall: BMI = (150 x 703) ÷ (66 x 66) or 105,450 ÷ 4356 = 24.2 24.2 would be considered a normal healthy weight.

We’ll Help You Lose Weight Through


Biological Analysis

Biological Analysis

Before choosing a specific diet plan or even an exercise routine, we should take a look into how well your body is currently functioning. Is your Thyroid functioning properly? Are you intolerant of certain foods? Could you be diabetic or pre-diabetic? Are your medications causing weight gain? Could your body be struggling with leptin resistance? Our Primary Care team can help you answer these questions.

Brain Retraining

Brain Retraining

Your brain loves patterns and systems, and it is set up to operate within its current framework. It can be changed, but it must be taught to deconstruct parts of the current system in order to embrace a new one. When we stick a diet or exercise plan that is dramatically different from our current eating and movement patterns, our brain often rejects the changes. However, with preparation and planning for the change, the brain is more likely to accept these changes. Our counseling team can guide you through this

Body Image Renewal

Body Image Renewal

What if you never lost another pound, but you lost the guilt and shame that has been “weighing you down?” While getting to a healthy weight is important, accepting and enjoying who you are is even more important for long-term health. Research shows that happier people are healthier than people who are unhappy. By renewing the way you see yourself as a person, your life and its purpose, and your body and its appearance, you can enjoy a happier life. Our counseling team can help you rebuild.

Everyone wants to change, but change demands desire and discipline before it becomes delightful. There is always the agony of choice before the promise of change. -Larry Lea

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do you recommend or require a certain diet or exercise plan?

Actually, no, but we can help you figure out what diet and exercise plan will work best for you. We do this by looking into possible biological obstacles you may face in losing weight as well as equipping you with the power to make long-lasting lifestyle changes so you can keep the weight off.

Q: How long will it take me to go through this program?

It depends on which program level you select. Our group therapy protocols are scheduled for 9 weeks. It is then recommended that participants follow up monthly or quarterly for the next twelve months.

Q: How much does a program like this cost?

To keep it simple, we have developed three program levels as seen below. Additional counseling sessions, coaching sessions, or medical appointments are available for an added cost.


Our Team:

Brandon Browne, LPC

Brandon Browne, LPC

Clinical Director

Brandon Browne is a Licensed Professional Counselor. He has been counseling professionally since 2009. Brandon specializes in helping relationships thrive, improving individuals’ mood, and assisting
Dr. Katherine Taylor, MD, PhD

Dr. Katherine Taylor, MD, PhD

Medical Doctor

Dr. Taylor loves to travel around the world and experience new adventures. She has swam with sharks, chased tornadoes, and visited a whole list of
Melissa Munna , APRN

Melissa Munna , APRN

Nurse Practitioner

Melissa has always had a strong desire to help people and a long-time fascination with the world of medicine, so she wasted no time in
Stephanie Marshall, LPC

Stephanie Marshall, LPC

Professional Counselor

Stephanie Marshall is a Licensed Professional Counselor focusing on adults, marriage, family health, children, early adolescence, and the relationship between children and parents. She earned
Cassie Smeltzer, LCSW

Cassie Smeltzer, LCSW

Professional Counselor

Cassie is a constant student of culture. She was exposed to many cultural differences while growing up near large Amish and Mennonite communities in Fort

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