Body Image Workshop

Description

Body Image Workshop: Learning to care for your body with Leila Boytler, LMHC

Learn to accept yourself while nourishing and moving your body in ways that are life-giving.

Topics include: body image, mirror work, thought challenging, self compassion, body neutrality, joyful movement and intuitive eating.

Where: on Zoom!

Group Therapist

Leila's approach to counseling is collaborative, strengths-based and non-judgmental. She will work with individuals and families to create a safe and trusting environment in order to help you understand your story in the context of your familial, cultural, societal, and spiritual communities. Leila draws from a variety of therapeutic approaches, based on individual needs and goals. You will look at your earliest attachments, family dynamics, and current narratives to gain awareness around ways of relating to oneself and the world.

With a specialty in the spectrum of self esteem and body image issues, Leila can also support you through the process of ongoing recovery. You will work on cultivating a more positive relationship with your body. Through this process, the hope that you will gain a deeper understanding of your needs along with teaching and practicing proven cognitive strategies for improving self-esteem and body image. Leila aims to provide a safe place to explore letting go of self-critical narratives and practice new narratives of self care and self compassion.

Leila also has 6 years experience treating adolescent eating disorders. She is trained in both Family-Based Treatment and Emotion-Focused Family Therapy.

Leila Boytler

Leila's approach to counseling is collaborative, strengths-based and non-judgmental. She will work with individuals and families to create a safe and trusting environment in order to help you understand your story in the context of your familial, cultural, societal, and spiritual communities. Leila draws from a variety of therapeutic approaches, based on individual needs and goals. You will look at your earliest attachments, family dynamics, and current narratives to gain awareness around ways of relating to oneself and the world.

TBD

Colorado, USA

$350