Client Portal Login Client Portal Login
TEXT US: 587-416-1099
Book Online Session Book Online Session

Body Image

In a society bombarded with messages about beauty and health, developing a positive body image can be challenging. Our online counselling services are focused on helping you build a loving and compassionate view of yourself, fostering self-esteem, and embracing your body as it is. Through understanding and acceptance, we can guide you towards a healthier self-perception and a more confident you.

Get More Information Get More Information
Book Online Session Book Online Session
body image counselling

Therapeutic Approaches

Self-Improvement and Wellness

Support for Eating Disorders

Diversity and Inclusion

Your Path to Self-Love: Personalized Care Plans for Body Image Healing

We emphasize the creation of a personalized care plan for each client, ensuring that support is specifically tailored to meet your unique needs and goals regarding body image. We recognize that every individual's journey towards a healthier body image is deeply personal, influenced by their own experiences, beliefs, and aspirations. Our approach involves working closely with you to understand your specific concerns, challenges, and strengths, enabling us to design a customized plan that addresses your situation effectively. This plan may incorporate a range of therapeutic techniques, coping strategies, and practical exercises, all chosen to support your individual path to self-acceptance and empowerment.

Get More Information Get More Information
Book Online Session Book Online Session

Frequently Asked Questions Online Counselling

Reach out with questions regarding working with Auschrat Online Counselling.

We acknowledge our main practice is located within Treaty 6 Territory and within the Métis homelands and Métis Nation of Alberta Region 4. This place is a traditional meeting ground and gathering place for multiple First Peoples including the Nehiyawak (Cree), Anishinaabe (Salteaux), Niitstapi (Blackfoot), Métis, Dene, and Assiniboine, whose footsteps have marked these lands for centuries. Our online service spans what is today called Alberta and the Northwest Territories, which include Treaties 4, 6, 7, 8, 10 and 11.