Recent Articles by Rebecca Capps:

Benefits of Daily Self-Reflection for Well-Being

In our fast-paced world, it's easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of daily life, which can leave us feeling disconnected from our true selves and inner voice. Self-reflection is a practice that can help us slow down, turn inward, and gain insight into our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors.

Healing Post-Trauma

As a psychotherapist, my experience working with individuals grappling with trauma underscores a clear reality: the profound impact of trauma on the human mind is unmistakable.

Mind-Body Thrive's Approach To Body Image Issues

The foundation of body image and self-esteem isn't found in the mirror but in the mind; it possesses the transformative power to shape your perception of value and worth. Learn how to cultivate a healthier body image with The MBT Method™.

Integrative Psychotherapy & Somatic Wellness Practices

In somatic therapy, stress, suppressed anger, heartbreak, and grief are viewed as tangible concerns residing within your bodily tissues, shaping your internal state.

The Pleasure Project

In my recent interview that was published in the Santa Barbara Independent, I am joined by my colleague and friend, Dr. Jenn Kennedy, where we discuss all things women’s sexuality, working with couples, and how she found her way to the Pleasure Project.

New Year’s Resolutions Resolved

A whopping 80% of New Year’s resolutions fizzle by February. But what if you reframed how you talked about failure (as not the opposite of success but a necessary prerequisite instead)?

What Is Emotional Self-Harm?

We can be our own worst critics, but when negative self-talk and self-punishment become your dominant inner dialogue, you may be experiencing emotional self-harm.

Freedom From Emotional Eating

Freedom from emotional eating means breaking free from the emotional ties that drive unhealthy eating habits. It's a journey toward of cultivating a mindful and balanced relationship with food, liberating yourself from emotional triggers, and fostering a healthier connection with nourishment.

Building a Healthier Body Image

Embarking on a journey to cultivate a healthier body image involves embracing self-compassion and reframing negative thoughts. Begin by challenging unrealistic beauty standards and appreciating the uniqueness of your own body.

It’s Time to Break the Cycle of Trauma

​​Trauma is a deep wound of the heart and mind that takes time and professional guidance to heal. The trauma cycle hurts every part of us: our relationships, our bodies, our thoughts, and our faith.

The Choice to Stop Numbing Yourself

What if you could learn how to ride the waves of discomfort, where your feelings are no longer thought of as good or bad? What if feeling your feelings are just part of the human experience?

Nine Ways to Support a Partner In Sobriety

When someone you love is working on their sobriety, it can be difficult to figure out the best way to support your partner while still maintaining a healthy relationship with them in a way that helps them on their journey.

Mind-Body Matters: An Ayurvedic Approach

The name “Ayurveda” is derived from Sanskrit and translates to “the science of longevity” or “the sacred knowledge of life.”

The Best Diet Advice (and Worst) According to the Pros

Since I started writing about diets and health in 2008, I’ve seen countless trends come and go (looking at you, HCG diet and “toning” shoes). I’ve also seen some truly awful advice posted on message boards and Facebook by people trying to shed pounds and—sadly—even by health professionals peddling quick fixes, outdated ideas, and their own unhealthy habits.

Keeping Your Heart Open is a Rebellious Act

Most of us have experienced heartbreak at some point that caused us to wonder if opening up our hearts again is even worth it. Nothing is quite as uplifting and powerful as love — and nothing is as devastating and painful as its loss.

The Healing Power of Adaptogenic Mushrooms

Adaptogenic mushrooms can reduce the adverse effects of stress on the body. They increase the body’s resistance to physical, biological, and chemical stress.

Six Things Eating With Your Hands Can Say About Your Personality

It's uncommon for people to eat with their hands throughout the United States and other Western cultures. We usually dive into breakfast, lunch, and dinner with forks and spoons blazing, all in the name of maintaining our well-established table manners — and as a way of keeping our fingers clean.

Internal Family Systems Therapy

Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy offers a unique perspective on the different parts of ourselves and their impact on our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors.


Miracles transcend the boundaries of our ordinary understanding, going beyond mere magic tricks or supernatural occurrences. Instead, they offer profound shifts in perception and experience, unveiling a deeper reality beneath appearances.


Practice of the Podcast

New Year, New Habits | POP 943

How is the strength and resilience of your practice related to the resilience and adaptability of your mindset? Are you allowing yourself to unapologetically be different from others and step into your uniqueness? What is your process for creating and launching courses? In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok discusses launching courses on body image with Rebecca Capps.

The Pleasure Project with Dr. Jenn Kennedy

Body Image, Intimacy & Desire

Dr. Kenny and Rebecca talk all about:

- Rebecca's personal story and the benefits of lived experience combined with clinical practice.

- How body image can show up in problematic ways in intimacy

- How core beliefs can effect our body image and our sex lives

- How might a partner help someone who is struggling with body image issues

- The influence of media on sense of self

- How body image intersects with gender identity

- They offer strategies for those feeling self-conscious during sex

- They discuss the link between sexual trauma and eating disorders

- They touch on pregnancy and body image

-There is also advice, helpful resources and some helpful book recommendations

ALIVE with Jessica Silverman - EP. 72

Break the Cycle of Self Sabotage + Shift Your Relationship to Food

In one of the most magical and intimately REAL conversations I've had on the podcast, I had the honor of connecting with Rebecca Capps to talk about everything from food addiction, body shaming, childhood trauma wounds, and how to align with alchemy + the magic of miracles (ala, A Course in Miracles) as a way to RISE above the madness in your mind. Rebecca was even married by the master of A Course in Miracles herself, Marianne Williamson!

The Healthy Hustle Podcast - Ep. 81

Showing Up In Your Feminine Flow with Rebecca Capps

In today's episode we are talking about setting up your online business to serve your clients wherever they are in their journey and how to adjust your mindset so you can find true success in your business. From email lists to offer suites, we're deep-diving into owning your offer, knowing who you serve, showing up for your audience, and how to stay authentic by doing what feels right to you.

Real Talk with Coach Valery Molone - EP. 138

Feel Good About Your Body Without Food Guilt or Dieting!

In this episode, we cover:

➞ Why is the conversation about food so hard?

➞ What are the benefits of eating alone rather than on the go?

➞ What are some tips for someone uncomfortable with their body?

➞ When it comes to eating disorders, does each client have tailored or general coaching?

➞ What is emotional eating?

➞ What is one tip for someone uncomfortable with their bodies they can take to start feeling better?

The Holistic Counseling Podcast - EP. 25

Holistic Treatment of Eating Disorders with Rebecca Capps

What are some holistic strategies that can treat eating disorders? How do mindfulness and breathwork come together to strengthen the benefits of intuitive eating? Can you bring aromatherapy principles into eating disorder treatment?

In this podcast we discuss:

- Intuitive eating as a treatment for eating disorders

- Mindfulness and breathwork for eating

- Benefits of aromatherapy

Empire Life Podcast

Best Version Of Ourselves

Rebecca is a Licensed Marriage And Family Therapist (LMFT), she also focuses on topics of eating disorders, healing through counseling, and being the best version of ourselves.

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