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I offer client-centered counseling where we explore the function and process behind eating disordered behaviors. In what ways does this disorder serve me and how can I learn to move away from its binds? In psychotherapy, we will dive into the whys, whats, and hows. You run the ship and I am there for guidance and support along the way.

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Recovery Mentoring

Mentoring is different than psychotherapy. While offering mentoring services, we won't be diving into the psyche, but instead, we will focus on the day to day struggles of recovery. It is a more collaborative approach where we work together to identify strengths, goals, and barriers you are facing. I use a blend of coaching and mentoring approaches to these services, but rather than labeling the service as coaching I use mentoring because I believe it solicits a more mutual relationship. (These services are available to anyone around the world. In-person for those in Colorado and virtual for those around the world.) 

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Therapeutic Yoga

Yoga therapy offers the opportunity for you to have a one-on-one session focusing on your personal healing and recovery process. Whether you want to work on re-connecting with your body or you are dealing with trauma that is causing pain in your joints, we can work together to find healing through movement. These services are especially beneficial to individuals struggling with exercise addictions because we can work to find kinder ways to move our bodies.

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Therapeutic Art

Art therapy is the process of using visual creations to dive into emotions, barriers, struggles, trauma, and so much more. Memories are stored on the right side of our brains where intuition and senses live. Therefore, traditional talk therapy sometimes doesn't work in fulling uncovering our experiences because language lives in the left brain. Art therapy becomes the bridge between memory and language, offering a way to connect the two experiences, and ultimately creating healing.

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