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Recovered Eating Disorder Coach at the Carolyn Costin Institute

2019-05-23T03:45:16+00:00By |articles, Befriend Your Body, Eating Psychology, Endangered Bodies, Mind Body Nutrition, Read & Watch, Women's Issues|

Recovered Eating Disorder Coach with the Carolyn Costin Institute I am super excited to share with you that in addition to being a psychotherapist who can work at depth with the issues underlying disordered eating (including complex trauma) and my Eating Psychology/Mind Body Eating Coach certification - I am now a certified Carolyn Costin Institute [...]

Why psychotherapy is needed now more than ever before. Get the inside scoop from therapists around the globe

2019-05-03T08:32:31+00:00By |articles, Therapist Blog Challenge, Therapy Rocks, Trauma, Women's Issues|

There's a lot going on in the world right now! Check out these great posts about why psychotherapy is needed now more than ever.  Why NOW Could Be the Perfect Time to Go to Therapy By Emma Cameron How psychotherapy can help you see through the BS By Toni Jackson Beyond the quick fix: Why [...]

Why Eating Disorder Treatment Needs Depth Psychotherapy More Now Than Ever Before

2019-05-02T13:31:42+00:00By |articles, Befriend Your Body, Eating Psychology, Endangered Bodies, Mind Body Nutrition, Therapist Blog Challenge, Trauma, Women's Issues|

Photo: Cristina Gottardi Eating disorders are like puzzles; complex and multifaceted Eating disorders, disordered eating and other food, weight and body image concerns are complex and multifaceted; each individual has her own unique story and puzzle of risk factors to do with why her disordered eating started, as well as an assortment of reasons regarding [...]

I am Maris: How Art Therapy, Yoga and Self-Acceptance Helped One Girl’s Struggle with Anxiety, Depression and an Eating Disorder

2019-04-15T03:58:56+00:00By |articles, Befriend Your Body, Eating Psychology, Endangered Bodies, Mind Body Nutrition, Movement, Self-Care, Soul Self, The Mother-Daughter Relationship, Women's Issues, Women's Spirituality|

This past weekend, I watched I am Maris: Portrait of a Young Yogi on Netflix. I am Maris is an inspiriting story of one girl’s struggle and journey through anxiety, depression and an eating disorder. It is a hopeful film and it will provide sufferers and loved ones with the motivation and hope that one [...]

10 Amazing Therapists Tell You What Your Doctor Isn’t About How to Choose a Therapist

2019-03-29T10:00:34+00:00By |articles, How to..., Therapist Blog Challenge, Therapy Rocks|

Image Credit: Nick Fewings 10 Amazing Therapists Tell You What Your Doctor Isn't About How to Choose a Therapist Did you know that you actually do have a choice when it comes to your counsellor or psychotherapist? Check out these articles explaining why having a choice matters and how and where to find a therapist [...]

The Most Important Thing Your Doctor Doesn’t Tell You About How to Choose a Therapist

2019-03-29T09:55:41+00:00By |articles, How to..., Therapist Blog Challenge, Therapy Rocks, Therapy Toolbox, Women's Issues|

Image Credit: Nick Fewings This post is part of the National Psychotherapy Day Blog Challenge for therapists to educate the public about psychotherapy and counselling. In Australia, as well as many other countries around the globe, mental health treatment is dominated by the medical model, which is a requirement for insurance and Medicare rebates. Whilst [...]

FAO Therapists: Join the Psychotherapy Blog Challenge for National Psychotherapy Day

2019-05-12T08:14:03+00:00By |articles, Therapist Blog Challenge, Therapy Rocks|

Photo Credit: Nathan Fertig Psychotherapy has an image problem National Psychotherapy Day writes, “Psychotherapy has an image problem. Despite the fact that therapy is an effective, economical, natural, and meaningful way to improve lives, fewer people go. Why is this? There’s a stigma against people who seek therapy.  Therapy and therapists are depicted as a [...]

The Summer Day by Mary Oliver – Animated by Anita Rundles

2019-01-17T22:12:45+00:00By |articles, Mindfulness, Read & Watch, Soul Self, Women's Spirituality|

The Summer Day by Mary Oliver - Animated by Anita Rundles The Summer Day Who made the world? Who made the swan, and the black bear? Who made the grasshopper? This grasshopper, I mean- the one who has flung herself out of the grass, the one who is eating sugar out of my hand, who [...]

My Top 21 Audio Books of 2018: Listen to Encourage Hope and Recovery, Discover Valuable Life Skills and Add Pleasure, Depth and Meaning in Life.

2019-01-03T00:56:06+00:00By |Addiction, articles, Befriend Your Body, How to..., Read & Watch, Soul Self, Therapy Toolbox, Trauma, Women's Issues, Women's Spirituality|

As many of you already know, I’m a big fan of audio books. I love reading hard copies too but with two young children, I rarely have the time to sit and read like I used to. In 2018, I took part in the GoodReads Reading Challenge and listened to many wonderful (and some so [...]

Women In-Depth Podcast: Weight Discrimination and Disordered Eating

2018-12-05T00:55:23+00:00By |articles, Befriend Your Body, Eating Psychology, Endangered Bodies, Podcasts, Read & Watch, Women's Issues, Women's Spirituality|

“I have a body but I am also more than my body and you know, there’s this whole other rich world inside of me called the soul.” Jodie Gale. I am, so excited to share with you my latest interview with Dr. Lourdes Viado on the Women In-Depth: Conversations About the Inner Lives of Women [...]

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