A healthy relationship with food and our bodies is important. I provide guidance on eating intuitively and what body positivity can look like. I work from the Health at Every Size (HAES) perspective and educate clients on the roles society can play in disordered eating and self esteem. I guide clients in reconnecting with their bodies, often using the process of “embodiment,” a multilayered awareness of your body and how you connect to or relate to the world around you.
Through the development of body awareness, I educate clients on how their emotions may be reflected through physical symptoms, often called psychosomatic symptoms. I provide a safe, welcoming and nonjudgemental environment where clients are free to express themselves. Together, we will find the right form of treatment for you!
Learn how to strive for balance as you develop a sense of alignment with your needs and how you meet them. With my understanding that talking may not always be comfortable for some, I use other forms of expression such as drawing, writing or movement to communicate and explore feelings and concepts. This can look and feel different for everyone.