INTUITIVE THERAPY GROUP

A group therapy practice serving individuals virtually in Utah.
 

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WHAT WE WORK WITH:

  • Eating disorders

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Trauma

  • Chronic illness

  • Codependency

  • Life transitions

  • LGBTQIA+

     

  • Self-harm

  • Self-esteem

  • Negative body image

  • Social anxiety

  • Women's issues

  • Chronic pain

  • Dissociation

  • Religious trauma

 
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WE WORK FROM AN INTUITIVE EATING FRAMEWORK

Intuitive eating is an anti-diet approach to restoring your relationship with your body and food.

You may have heard that 98% of diets fail and be ready to dive into Intuitive Eating, but still wonder what Intuitive Eating actually is and what therapy would look like. 

Intuitive Eating centers your body as the expert on what it needs (rather than some new fad diet) and works on restoring your trust with your body cues. Through therapy, you'll learn how to:

  • honor your hunger and fullness cues

  • cope with your emotions

  • stop attaching morals of "good" and "bad" to food

  • move your body in a way that feels enjoyable rather than punitive

  • integrate nutrition information in a gentle and flexible way

  • discover the satisfaction factor and enjoy eating

  • (most importantly) redirect all the time and energy you've spent on dieting into other things you want to do with your life

You can read more about Intuitive Eating here.

 

WE WORK FROM A HEALTH AT EVERY SIZE FRAMEWORK

Health At Every Size (HAES) is a social justice oriented approach to weight that prioritizes health promoting behaviors over weight loss or a specific number on the scale.

Health At Every Size acknowledges the stigma and discrimination people in larger bodies face every day. We frequently hear about racism and sexism, but discrimination based on body size ("sizeism") is often left out of the conversation. HAES acknowledges the pain sizeism causes, the assumptions that are made about people's health, and the judgment people in larger bodies face. This is not to say that people in smaller bodies do not have any negative body image, but it does speak to the different ways society treats people based on their body size. 

If you would like to meet with a provider who has lived experience with fatphobia, please reach out to us and we can assist in finding referrals. 

You can read more about Health At Every Size here.

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FINANCES

Unfortunately, we are not paneled with any insurances. However, we can provide you with a "superbill" (basically just a receipt) if you'd like to seek reimbursement from your insurance. You can call your insurance and ask about "out of network" benefits if you'd like to learn more about what they'd potentially reimburse.