45 min

Ep 42: What is positive body image, body acceptance & body neutrality? With therapist Sophie Killip Just Eat Normally: Eating Disorder Recovery

    • Mental Health

Sophie Killip is a Therapist and Coach who specialises in eating disorder recovery and body image healing. She completed her master's degree in the US and lived there for several years during her early 20s before returning home to England. She currently works in private practice, a university counselling service, and an inpatient treatment centre for young people who are recovering from anorexia.

In this episode we discuss:


Sophie’s relationship with her body and food throughout her life.
Factors that impact body image for teenagers and young adults.
The normalisation of diet culture in our society.
How we define body image.
What positive body image actually is.
Body acceptance vs body neutrality.
Ways to improve body image.
Taking the power back from trying to get the ‘perfect picture’.
Meal support sessions and ERP snacks.

Affirmations


My body is an instrument, not an ornament.
I am so much more than my body.
I’m worthy and loveable without needing to change my body.



Connect with Rachel.

Dr. Rachel Evans is a psychologist, hypnotherapist and eating disorder survivor. She brings together academic knowledge and theories, therapeutic skills and personal experience for a unique perspective on eating disorder recovery. Rachel helps ambitious women to stop restricting, bingeing and purging. and to feel comfortable in their body.

https://eatingdisordertherapist.co.uk/

https://www.instagram.com/rachel.evans.phd/

https://www.facebook.com/rachel.evans.phd



Connect with Sophie.

https://www.instagram.com/_eatingdisordertherapist/

https://mailchi.mp/6f32bc2acd3a/guidedjournal






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Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rachel-evans8/support

Sophie Killip is a Therapist and Coach who specialises in eating disorder recovery and body image healing. She completed her master's degree in the US and lived there for several years during her early 20s before returning home to England. She currently works in private practice, a university counselling service, and an inpatient treatment centre for young people who are recovering from anorexia.

In this episode we discuss:


Sophie’s relationship with her body and food throughout her life.
Factors that impact body image for teenagers and young adults.
The normalisation of diet culture in our society.
How we define body image.
What positive body image actually is.
Body acceptance vs body neutrality.
Ways to improve body image.
Taking the power back from trying to get the ‘perfect picture’.
Meal support sessions and ERP snacks.

Affirmations


My body is an instrument, not an ornament.
I am so much more than my body.
I’m worthy and loveable without needing to change my body.



Connect with Rachel.

Dr. Rachel Evans is a psychologist, hypnotherapist and eating disorder survivor. She brings together academic knowledge and theories, therapeutic skills and personal experience for a unique perspective on eating disorder recovery. Rachel helps ambitious women to stop restricting, bingeing and purging. and to feel comfortable in their body.

https://eatingdisordertherapist.co.uk/

https://www.instagram.com/rachel.evans.phd/

https://www.facebook.com/rachel.evans.phd



Connect with Sophie.

https://www.instagram.com/_eatingdisordertherapist/

https://mailchi.mp/6f32bc2acd3a/guidedjournal






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Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rachel-evans8/support

45 min