Heal Your Relationship with Food, Your Body... and Yourself
When you wake up in the morning, do you immediately weigh yourself, allowing your scale to dictate what kind of day you are going to have? Or do you avoid the scale and mirrors altogether because they are too triggering?
When you get dressed or look in the mirror, are fireworks of self-criticism ignited? Do you find yourself always comparing your body and yourself to others — and even avoiding social situations altogether — because you’re ashamed of how your body looks?
Do you struggle with food? Do you restrict what you eat or follow rigid food rules? Do you binge or eat compulsively when you are not hungry? Are you always looking for the next cleanse or “healthy” way to eat? Do you exercise or purge to compensate for what you’ve eaten?
As experienced eating disorder therapists, we help our clients break the cycles of restricting, bingeing, compensatory behavior, and body shame.
Working one of Kindful Body’s therapists, we can begin a process that can heal your relationship with food, your body, and yourself so you can live your life with greater ease and joy.
Together, we will work to help you:
Gain self-confidence and develop a better understanding of who you are.
Cultivate self-compassion so you can relate to yourself and your body with acceptance, kindness, and care.
Learn to stop obsessing about food and your body.
Begin to love yourself and your life, regardless of your size.
How Can We Support You?
You can continue to be stuck in the daily battle against yourself... or you can take your next step towards healing and loving yourself. There is hope — full recovery is possible.