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Toronto, Ontario therapist: Centre for Psychology and Emotional Health, psychologist
Body Image

Centre for Psychology and Emotional Health

Psychologist
Our team includes several therapists who specialize in body image issues. In individual therapy, we will help you deal with difficult, painful, and/or vulnerable emotions and issues, and skillfully work with you to transform them in lasting ways.  
21 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON M5R 2A5
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Danielle Battaglia, registered social worker
Body Image

Danielle Battaglia

Registered Social Worker, MSW, RSW
Positive body image has nothing to do with how you look, it’s about accepting your body as is, not trying to change it, not forcing it to be thinner or fitter before you can like it and treating yourself well no matter what. “You are not your body”  
3 Years Experience
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Vaughan, Ontario therapist: Life in Harmony Counselling Services, counselor/therapist
Body Image

Life in Harmony Counselling Services

Counsellor/Therapist
Our dedicated team of therapists in Vaughan offers specialized body image counseling, which is designed to assist individuals in exploring, comprehending, and addressing their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors associated with their body image. The primary goal of this counseling approach is to foster a healthy and positive body image, enhance self-esteem, and aid individuals in developing a balanced and realistic perception of their physical appearance. Through personalized guidance and support, our therapists are committed to helping clients cultivate a positive body image and embrace their unique selves.  
21 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON M6S 1N8
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Forouz Salari, registered social worker
Body Image

Forouz Salari

Registered Social Worker, MA, MSW, RSW
Diet culture is everywhere and affects our body image, especially for women, queer, gender-diverse and trans folks, particularly those who identify as BIPOC or live with some type of visible or invisible disability. Let's work together to explore and improve your relationship with your body by disentangling from unrealistic, oppressive and exclusionary societal expectations, norms and body standards.  
9 Years Experience
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Oshawa, Ontario therapist: Rachel Brennan, registered psychotherapist
Body Image

Rachel Brennan

Registered Psychotherapist, B.Sc., M.A., Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)
Reclaim your life and finally feel at peace with your body and mind. Do you feel... Consumed by negative thoughts about your body? like you let your body image dictate your social life? Insecure and uncomfortable in your own skin? like you aren't able to live life to the fullest because of your body image and insecurities? We can help. I take a body neutral and health at every size approach with clients to get them to place where they realize that they are so much more than their bodies. You deserve a beautiful life regardless of what you look like and therapy can help you develop a healthy body image where your self worth isn't just coming from your appearance. Reach out today for a free consult.  
2 Years Experience
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Vancouver, British Columbia therapist: Clayre Sessoms Psychotherapy, registered psychotherapist
Body Image

Clayre Sessoms Psychotherapy

Registered Psychotherapist, RP, RCT, RCC, CCC, ATR-P
At Clayre Sessoms Psychotherapy, we provide specialized care for individuals navigating body image challenges, particularly in the context of gender dysphoria and the struggle for alignment between one’s internal identity and external appearance. Our therapeutic focus centers on somatic and relational approaches, tailored to address the complexities of body congruency and self-acceptance in the face of gender identity struggles. Through somatic therapy techniques, we guide clients in exploring the ways in which their body-related distress manifests physically and emotionally. By fostering a deep connection between mind and body, our therapists help individuals process and integrate their experiences, promoting a sense of unity and empowerment within themselves. Our relational approach emphasizes building a secure and empathetic therapeutic relationship that supports individuals through their journey of self-discovery and body acceptance. We create a safe space for clients to explore their feelings, thoughts, and experiences related to body image, gender identity, and self-expression without fear of judgment. By integrating somatic and relational modalities, we aim to assist clients in cultivating a more harmonious relationship with their bodies and gender identity. Through this holistic and affirming approach, individuals can work towards embracing their authentic selves, fostering self-compassion, and nurturing a positive body image that aligns with their true identity. Our goal is to provide a supportive environment where clients can embark on a transformative journey towards self-acceptance, authenticity, and inner peace.  
9 Years Experience
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Kim Foster Yardley, The Mental Game Clinic, psychologist
Body Image

Kim Foster Yardley, The Mental Game Clinic

Psychologist, MA C. Psych
Often body image concerns are an expression of an underlying issue. Issues such as low self-worth, self-doubt and feelings of not being good enough. We help you to understand where these symptoms may have come from and support you for with strategies to build confidence in yourself again.  
19 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Maryam Moazzami, pre-licensed professional
Body Image

Maryam Moazzami

Pre-Licensed Professional, Bsc. MPH.
Struggling with body image can have a profound impact on your mental and emotional well-being, but healing is possible. I provide a compassionate and supportive space to explore your relationship with your body and cultivate self-acceptance. Using evidence-based therapies such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and mindfulness techniques, we'll work together to challenge negative beliefs, address underlying factors contributing to body dissatisfaction, and develop a more positive and empowering view of yourself. Whether you're dealing with disordered eating patterns, dissatisfaction with physical appearance, or other body image concerns, I'm here to offer guidance and support as you embark on the journey towards greater self-love and body acceptance. You deserve to feel comfortable and confident in your own skin, and I'm committed to helping you achieve that goal.  
1 Years Experience
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Bridges Clinical Hypnotherapy Services, hypnotherapist
Body Image

Bridges Clinical Hypnotherapy Services

Hypnotherapist
Poor body image or "Body dysmorphic disorder" is a mental health disorder that can cause you to unduly focus on perceived defects or flaws in your appearance. This may be something easily overlooked by others but can trigger such negative feelings inside of you that it can present as social anxiety, embarrassment or shame. Hypnosis can help you overcome these feelings and reach a point of self-acceptance that will allow you to move on with living your life unhindered.  
6 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON M4P 1G8
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Milton, Ontario therapist: Samantha Cervino, life coach
Body Image

Samantha Cervino

Life Coach, Life Coach | Yoga Teacher | Personal Development Mentor | Published Author | Reiki Master, EFT Meridian Tapping Pract.
As a Life Coach and personal development mentor, I help people that have low self-esteem and are unhappy with their body image, improve their results by giving them strategies and tips to help them.  
7 Years Experience
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Gwen Schauerte, registered psychotherapist
Body Image

Gwen Schauerte

Registered Psychotherapist, RP, M.Ed.
We are bombarded daily with ideals and opinions about ideal body shapes. We need to uncover an acceptance of who we are as we are. I work with clients to develop a healthier mindset and self-image.  
31 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON M6G
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Brian Baumal, registered psychotherapist
Body Image

Brian Baumal

Registered Psychotherapist, Registered Psychotherapist (RP)
Body Image issues often go hand-in-hand with eating disorders and obesity and weight issues. People can judge their body harshly or have a negative relationship with it. Body image issues are often one of the latter topics that get discussed in therapy, because they are often so personal, and in some cases they may even be unknown to the client. There are a significant number of ways to address body image issues, but one that always is effective somewhat is to say to clients "Your body doesn't have a mouth. If it did, what would it say, and how would it say it?" Putting these words to one's body is a great and refreshing start to dealing with these important issues.  
14 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON M4M 2S3
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Kennedy McLean Counselling & Psychotherapy Services, registered psychotherapist
Body Image

Kennedy McLean Counselling & Psychotherapy Services

Registered Psychotherapist
You may find you spend an excessive amount of time worrying about how you look. Maybe it affects your ability to be present and engage with others. You want to feel better about yourself and the body you live in. Get in touch today to speak with a therapist.  
14 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Susanna Damiani di Vergada, registered social worker
Body Image

Susanna Damiani di Vergada

Registered Social Worker
We all want to look good, in one way or another. But when we become very concerned with our appearance or bothered by a physical defect it can take up so much time and energy out of our life, it just gets too much to handle! I provide a welcoming and safe environment where we can work together to identify, understand and improve your body image.  
3 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON M5S 2T9
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Jess Erb, registered psychotherapist
Body Image

Jess Erb

Registered Psychotherapist, DPsychotherapy
I have specialised in body positivity and have worked to address how bodily concerns and eating distress can impede or take over everyday life, and affect one's relationship with themselves and others.  
10 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON M5H 1P9
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Stacy Kirkbride - Turnpage Counselling & Psychotherapy, registered psychotherapist
Body Image

Stacy Kirkbride - Turnpage Counselling & Psychotherapy

Registered Psychotherapist, MACP, Registered Psychotherapist, Recreation Therapist
I believe the path to healing body image issues involves understanding the root of how our current relationship with our bodies developed, as well as setting a new foundation based in a new narrative about our bodies that is firmly planted in acceptance and values-based self-knowledge, self-care, enhanced self-esteem, and loving kindness.  
3 Years Experience
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Morgan Mackenzie, registered social worker
Body Image

Morgan Mackenzie

Registered Social Worker, RSW
In my therapeutic practice, I specialize in supporting individuals grappling with body image concerns. Our relationship with our bodies is complex and deeply intertwined with self-esteem, societal expectations, and personal experiences. I am passionate about fostering a safe and nurturing environment where clients can explore and challenge negative perceptions of their bodies. Through a combination of empathetic listening, body-positive interventions, and cognitive-behavioral techniques, I help clients develop a more compassionate and accepting relationship with their bodies. Whether addressing body dysmorphia, weight-related concerns, or societal pressures, I strive to empower individuals to embrace their unique identities and cultivate a positive sense of self. Together, we work towards building resilience, fostering self-acceptance, and promoting a healthier body image that aligns with each client's authentic and individual journey.  
1 Years Experience
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Simply Connected Therapy, registered social worker
Body Image

Simply Connected Therapy

Registered Social Worker, MSW, RSW
With a focus in sports, Reegan has further training and works with individuals that struggle with body image and disordered eating patterns/behaviours.  
8 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Emilee Burgess, psychologist
Body Image

Emilee Burgess

Psychologist, PhD, C.Psych.
Dr. Burgess has experience providing therapy for body image concerns. She has extensive experience providing evidence-based treatment for body image concerns using therapy modalities such as cognitive-behavioural therapy, mindfulness and self-compassion approaches, and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).  
13 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON M5C 1S2
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Victoria Lorient-Faibish, registered psychotherapist
Body Image

Victoria Lorient-Faibish

Registered Psychotherapist, MEd, RP, CCC, RPE
Having a good relationship with your body is such a challenge for so many. I know the journey well. I work with many tools to facilitate a transformation the way a person perceives themselves. Developing a friendly relationship with your body takes work especially if the messaging in childhood was not healthy. We dig into the family-culture to fully unpack and understand it. We look at the self doubt, the inner self talk and the habits of self shame. I often will have clients do home exercises in between therapy sessions. Here is an example... I have found this exercise game changing for me and for many of my clients. Try an experiment of no longer looking in the mirror at parts of your body that lead you to deeply criticize yourself which then impacts your self esteem in negative ways. Even if you're the most amazing human being in the world, if you engage in a lot of mirror time that's all about self criticism your self-value will no longer be based on your inner value, it'll be all based on that body part that you loathe. Change your mirror time! Do it for a couple months and see how your self esteem changes. This is an experiment that I did that was highly successful and I share this with clients and they have found it very successful in terms of how they now feel about themselves and their self value.. Change your relationship to how you look at yourself in the mirror now! #bodypositivity #changeyourmirrortime #bodylove #selfesteem #selfconfidence  
32 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON M6E 4P3
Online in Toronto, Ontario