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Concrete Wall

When you look in the mirror, do you like what you see? How do you feel about your body? How do you talk to yourself inside your own head?

Many people see their body as an enemy. The voice in their own head is the meanest person they interact with. They beat themselves up over what they look like, what they eat, and how their body performs— suffering a constant barrage of bullying and terrorizing all day long.

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Brandi has been a counselor for 15 years. She teaches regularly on emotional and behavioral health. As a human who has wrestled through her own inability to fit inside the box of cultural expectations, she has deep compassion for those fighting with their own body.

If you're ready to form a healthier relationship with your body, it's time to face the grief of an incredibly toxic culture. Let's be honest about what we've been told about our bodies and learn to care for ourselves like a best friend, rather than an enemy.


Counseling is a great place to find the initial community you need to battle this kind of oppression. If you'd like to do some work concurrently with your counseling, resources such as Love Well (that tells the story of Brandi's own experiences with a stark gender binary and patriarchal structures of middle-class America) or The Truth About Holy Sex (a workshop designed to help Christians recover the God-given design of their bodies for good) can be very helpful.


Brandi is also personally available to help larger groups navigate body image recovery. 

Browse her body image-related resources below:


The Truth About Holy Sex

Online Course


Holy Sex Snapshot:

Sex is Good

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