What's going down at GCC

What's going down at GCC

There have been a lot of changes since I started my business in 2015. I am still counseling women with eating disorders and associated issues, but now I'm doing even more and am able to reach all new people.

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From Not to Hot…seriously?

From Not to Hot…seriously?

There is a new show coming out soon on WEtv called From Not to Hot and it makes me think of everything that is wrong with our society today: how we view women, what sizes and shapes we deem acceptable, what we expect people to do to their bodies to fit into the cultural beauty mold. Beauty is more than just one thing.

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Freedom and food

Freedom and food

As an eating disorder specialist I meet many women who desire to be free from their obsession from food, even though they don't quite know what that would look like. Here are a few things you can experience when you are at peace with food.

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The resource you need to see

The resource you need to see

As a counselor working with women struggling with body hate, shame, and eating disorders I often find common themes showing up throughout sessions and I will share one resource with a few different clients. Now I'm bringing that resource to you. Read on to find out what the theme is and where I'm sending my clients this week.

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Shame and eating disorders

Shame and eating disorders

Brené Brown defines shame as the intensely painful feeling or experience of believing we are flawed and therefore unworthy of acceptance and belonging. People will do many things to avoid feeling shame, including using eating disorder behaviors. If you can relate to this and are looking for help to stop the vicious cycle of shame and eating disorder behaviors, then this blog post was written for you!

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How long will I be in therapy?

How long will I be in therapy?

Deciding to see a therapist is a huge decision and it can be very stressful. Often times when I talk to potential clients during their free 15-minute phone consultation, they will want to know how long they will have to be in therapy for. That's not an easy question to dissect or answer.

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