For so many years, I defined my recovery as when I stopped the behaviors and no longer met the clinical diagnostic criteria for mental health conditions. I would not be alive today without treatment, but for several years after completing therapy from anorexia and self-harm, I still struggled with my selves: self-confidence, self-esteem, self-worth. Now that I no longer identified as having an eating disorder, I needed help in envisioning and developing my self-concept and what the big picture for my life looked like.
Recovery coaching is NOT meant to replace therapy or treatment. However, recovery coaching can be the next step as you complete therapy. It took me over a decade after therapy to become the person I wanted, and as a recovery coach I want to help individuals close that gap. It is absolutely possible to move from surviving this life up to thriving in this life.
Sessions are 60 minutes and can be provided virtually or in person. Contact me today to set up a free consultation.