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6 Awesome Therapy Infographics for Eating Disorders, Gratitude, Self-Care, Perfectionism, Relationships & Trauma

20 Ways to Practice Gratitude Therapy Infographic By Jodie Gale

In the latest Psychotherapy Blog Challenge, therapists from around the globe have created these awesome infographics to help you learn more about eating disorders, gratitude, self-care, perfectionism, relationships & trauma. Participating in therapy will provide you with tools to turn your life around; tools that will last you a life-time. Psycho-education is an important part of this journey. I hope you love these valuable infographics as much as I do!

Free Yourself from Perfectionism

By Amanda Robins

‘Perfectionism is a disease that has spread into all areas of our lives, with its never ending demands and judgments.’ This infographic provides you with 10 steps to getting off the treadmill.






Self-Care is for Everybody – Even You!

Emma Cameron

‘Most of us would agree that if somebody has good self-care, and can look after themselves properly, they are more likely to be in a better position to work well, care for others, and be a useful member of society.’ This infographic teaches you about the art of self-care.





5 Keys to a happy Relationship: Simple Steps with Huge Impact

By Kerry Sutton

‘It’s easy to see why the skills required to build a great relationship are becoming a lost art. I mean it only takes a second to swipe right on a tinder photo to meet someone new.’ This infographic highlights 5 keys to a happy relationship.






5 Ways Psychotherapy Can Help

By Andrea Szasz

‘Psychotherapy helps us to develop a positive outlook for the future.’ From a trauma informed perspective, this infographic shows you how psychotherapy can help you!


The Relationship Between Complex Trauma and Eating Disorders

By Jodie Gale

‘Trauma is a strong risk factor in the development of eating disorders’. In this infographic, I shine the light on the complex and developmental trauma often underlying eating disorders.


About the Author:

Sydney Soul-Centred Psychotherapist, Counsellor + Eating Disorder Therapist, Jodie Gale, is a leading specialist in women’s emotional, psychological and spiritual health and well-being. Over the last 20 years, Jodie has helped 100s of women to transform their lives. She has a private counselling, life-coaching and psychotherapy practice in Manly, Allambie Heights and Frenchs Forest on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. Jodie is passionate about putting the soul back into therapy!

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