Live Free of Bulimia, Anorexia
and Binge Eating Disorder!
“To be beautiful means to be yourself. You don’t need to be accepted by others. You need to accept yourself.” ~Thich Nhat Hanh
I believe that it is possible to fully recover from an eating disorder. In fact, I know it. As a specialist in eating disorder therapy, I can help guide you to also live free from anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorder! Does food control your life? Do you think about eating all of the time and experience feelings of guilt and remorse about eating behaviors? Do you wish you could have your self-esteem and self-acceptance back? Would you like to view your body as something beautiful, healthy, and powerful?Are you curious about learning how to eat intuitively and mindfully and listen to your body’s needs?
You can begin your journey towards self-love and freedom from eating disorders today!
If you have struggled with bulimia nervosa (bingeing on food and then purging), anorexia nervosa (controlling food for fear of weight gain), binge eating disorder (eating large quantities of food to extreme discomfort), or any other form of disordered eating patterns or body image issues, you are quite familiar with the complex feelings and behaviors that can try to control your life. I also understand what it is like to have had an eating disorder, and I am able to currently live in freedom and in peace from eating disorders! I have spent many years on my path to recovery, and on this journey I have come to find acceptance in so many personal truths that are true for you as well: that you deserve to be happy, that the shame and guilt associated with eating disorders do not define who you are, and that you can live a full and meaningful life free from the emotional and physical pain of anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, or emotional overeating.
Practicing as a Licensed Professional Counselor and through my clinical training and experiences, I have deepened my understanding of these disorders. Using empathy, honesty, hope, and evidence-based techniques, I follow my life’s passion to help others recover from these devastating disorders.
Now is your opportunity to find the inner peace and healing that you deserve and I will provide support, guidance, and clarity as we navigate the path back to your true self! Help for recovery from eating disorders is one step away!
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Overcome Eating Disorders, Depression, Anxiety, and Addictions
Often, finding the healing we are looking for requires uncovering many different types of stones on our path. If you are struggling with bulimia nervosa, you might also feel depression at times or feel overly anxious about certain parts of your life. Recovering from binge eating disorder may come hand-in-hand with nourishing and healing an old wound from a painful past relationship. Finding the light in recovery from anorexia nervosa sometimes invites creating new communication patterns in close relationships and accepting change. While this may seem overwhelming, I am here to help you.
Today is your opportunity to embrace what you truly deserve: to release the destructive eating patterns, to find the source of your anxiety, to develop healthy coping mechanisms! We all experience difficult emotions and must learn how to cope with them in a healing way and ask them what they need from us. Are you ready to write a new life story without pain, suffering, and shame?
Because issues we struggle with are often linked to each other, I additionally provide therapeutic support in areas of:
- trauma or post-traumatic stress
- relationship problems with a partner or family member
- life transition adjustments
- sexual abuse survivors
- anger management
- parenting challenges
- grief and loss
- gay and lesbian issues
- family of origin work
Call Kate today for a complimentary consultation! 720.340.1443
Find recovery from eating disorders with body, mind, and spirit aligning in harmony and wellness!
Kate Daigle, MA, NCC, LPC is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Colorado. She has a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology and Counselor Education from the University of Colorado Denver, and has been specializing in the treatment of eating disorders since 2007. Kate’s approach is strengths-based, and she empowers clients struggling with eating disorders, depression, anxiety, abuse and other issues to “write a new life story.” Kate also has a passion for working with those of the LGBTQ community and is a specialist in identity and self-esteem issues. Using mindfulness meditation, breath-work, and other techniques to heal the mind-body connection, Kate’s holistic body-centered approach has been proven to be especially effective for treating eating disorders. Through personal healing experience in her own life, Kate is deeply empathetic and places emphasis on nurturing the mind, body and soul in therapy.1574 York Street, #103, Denver, CO 80206