Our Mission Statement

To empower individuals to relinquish fear and cultivate a positive relationship with their bodies’ physical and mental symptoms. We believe that every person deserves to live a life free from anxiety and self-doubt, particularly when it comes to their physical well-being.

Through education, support, and advocacy, we strive to create a world where individuals can confidently navigate their physical and mental symptoms without fear or shame. We aim to equip individuals with the knowledge and tools to understand and manage their bodies’ signals, promoting a sense of empowerment and control over their own health.

At IMCA, we believe that by fostering a culture of self-compassion and self-acceptance, we can transform the way society perceives and experiences physical symptoms. We are committed to promoting a wholistic approach to health, recognizing the interconnectedness of mind and body, and acknowledging that our bodies are metaphors of emotional conflict and language

Through our programs, workshops, and resources, we aim to dispel myths, challenge stigmas, and provide individuals with the confidence to trust their bodies and seek appropriate care when needed. We strive to create a supportive community where individuals can share their experiences, find solace in knowing they are not alone, and gain valuable insights from others who have overcome similar challenges.

Ultimately, our goal is to shift the narrative around physical symptoms, replacing fear and anxiety with understanding, self-compassion, and resilience. We envision a world where individuals embrace their bodies’ signals as valuable information, enabling them to lead healthier, happier lives. Together, we can create a future where fear about our bodies’ physical and mental symptoms no longer holds us back.