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Audrey Bristol, LCSW



Origin Wellness Collective
United States

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Sliding Scale Available
Specialties & Areas of Focus:
- young adults
- adolescents
- depression
- anxiety
- substance abuse
- disordered eating
- eating disorders
- body image
Modalities & Theoretical Lenses:
Age Groups Served:
- Teens (13-18 years old)
- Adults (18 years old and up)
Additional Populations Served & Allied Groups:
- transgender
- nonbinary folks
- BIPOC community
Languages Services Offered In:
- English

My Philosophy of Care

I value authenticity, empathy, compassion, and humor. My purpose is that this comes across in my practice, so one feels connected and valued while we work together. I come from the belief that we are always doing our best in most situations especially in times of hardship or chaos. That being said, I think we are able to learn and grow in how we face difficult situations. I believe that people are affected by many aspects of their world including family, friends, environment, past experiences, etc. I try to take all aspects of one’s system into account when helping one develop insight or find solutions that can create a happier future.

About Me & My Practice

I believe the way we feel in and about our bodies is key in our physical and mental health. My approach to health and self worth is Intuitive Eating informed and size inclusive. I use both of the concepts to help individuals reconnect with their body and have a healthier relationship with food, their bodies, and advocate for themselves. As I learned more about intuitive eating for myself personally, HAES crossed my path multiple times, I felt so aligned with these values and not seeing my self worth tied to the way I looked. I began working on an integrated health team that includes RDs, medical providers, health coaches, and mental health providers helping patients with chronic health conditions looking for support. Other providers on the team noticed how unkind our medical system was to our patients that live in larger bodies after hearing their experiences, we started a collective to help educate providers, advocate for patients, and explore our own bias. For the last 2 years we have been working on growing and developing a more inclusive program. I bring these values into my personal private practice supporting others in self love, exploring bias, and self advocation.

Accessibility Considerations

No wheelchair accessibility for in person sessions due to stairs. Gender and queer affirming. Ability to use interpreter for Spanish speaking patients at hospital.

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