Kate Daigle is an Eating Disorder Recovery Therapist in the Denver, CO area.
She has had her practice up and running for 6 years. She focuses on Attachment Theory, Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Narrative Therapy and Body-Center/Somatic Techniques. Check out her website here for more information
Q. Why did you go into this field?
A. To help others find lasting recovery from disordered eating and body image issues as I have. I am inspired to support people find a peaceful relationship with food, their bodies and themselves and develop healthy coping mechanisms for life’s challenges.
Q. What are you finding interesting right now?
A. I’m not quite sure the direction you’re going after with this question as it’s pretty broad. Right now I’m focusing in on my inner niche of supporting pregnant and new moms who struggle with body image/disordered eating and help to normalize and guide them through the experience of new parenthood.
Q. Who do you serve?
A. I serve women and men who are highly motivated, successful and inspired people who struggle with anxiety and body image issues as a way of trying to cope. I help them find a balanced approach to definition what truly matters to them and getting it all done while enjoying their lives.
Q. Where are you headed, what are you working on?
A. I’m increasing my speaking presentations for the fall and winter, and focusing in on bringing support to new moms who struggle with anxiety and body image. I plan to offer presentations to local pregnancy and birth centers and also focus on writing a book on this topic.
Q. If every client was reading this right now, what would you want them to know?
A. That lasting peace with your body, food, and yourself is possible.