A Feminist Therapy approach means that I bring a strength based lens to the work I do with people. And it means that the work isn't just about personal healing, it is also about understanding the impact and influences of our surroundings, how the inequities and injustices of the world we live in impacts our health and wellbeing.
I embrace motivational interviewing in my practice because I value the wisdom of the people I work with and see my role as holding space with people that supports their own self discovery. We embark on a collaborative journey together.
Mindfulness is one of the core tools I use to work with clients to reclaim their body sovereignty. The ability to develop non judgemental body awareness is a strong foundation for this work.
Contributing to the exciting emergence of women and men reclaiming their body sovereignty is Sydney's passion. She has developed a framework for healing that embraces self compassion, mindfulness and discernment in order to foster unconditional positive regard for the self and the body. Body Sovereignty offers freedom from feelings of body shame and a sustainable energy to our efforts for better health and wellbeing, at any size.
Women's issues: Supporting women in healing bodyshame and nurturing a healthy body image.
Reclaiming a relaxed and healthy relationship toward food by ditching dieting and relearning to trust the body.