Cook Yourself Happy!

How to lose the emotional weight without

  • Changing your job
  • Getting a divorce
  • Spending a fortune in therapy

Even if you're so stuck in old patterns that you can't imagine a new you...

Cook Yourself Happy!

How to lose the emotional weight without

  • Changing your job
  • Getting a divorce
  • Spending a fortune in therapy

Even if you're so stuck in old patterns that you can't imagine a new you...

Take the Course!

Cook Yourself Happy is my step-by-step program that will teach you how to release stress, increase self-awareness, and improve relationships in a quick, easy, and fun way!

Inside, you’ll discover the strategies I share with my students and clients, which can get you results faster than you thought possible. This is the same system that I used to help clients have major breakthroughs.

And the best part is I’m actually going to show you how you can achieve these results right in your kitchen, and at exactly your own pace.

COMING SOON!

About The Sous Therapist

Debra Borden is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in NY and NJ and the author of two novels, LUCKY ME and A LITTLE BIT MARRIED. Her essays and articles have appeared in Women’s Health Magazine and the New York Times.  A pioneer in the field of Cooking Therapy, Debra is thrilled and grateful to be a part of the creative community of mental health professionals, writers, and foodies.

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Praise for Debra

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

“After 23 years of marriage, I’ve got a whole new perspective on scallops — and Bittman’s bread pudding.”

Kirkus Reviews

“Borden’s approach to strengthening marriages with Cooking Therapy is unique and brilliant, setting this book apart with an innovative way to work through problems. Her light humor and wit are constantly entertaining, and her ability to extract metaphors from her recipes will give couples plenty to think about.”

Star Tribune

“Cooking together can help ease negative emotions and make it easier to discuss such issues as fairness, perspective, responsibility and gratitude. Metaphors abound…”

Cooking Therapy: It Works!

Better Lifestyle

Better Health

Better Relationships