Eating Disorders

My holistic approach will support you if you’re ready to break free from the mental prison of your eating disorder or disordered eating:

  • That noisy, distracting mind chatter
  • Those debilitating rituals
  • The crippling food craving
  • The binge, purge, restrict cycle
  • Measuring yourself against others and coming up short

Instead, live in peace with food and your body where you embrace the kind of self-care that enriches your life to feel truly happy and healthy, living your best life filled with peace, joy, energy and vitality.

What’s this approach all about?

It’s about setting you free from the living hell and mixed up and confusing emotions that usually come with an eating disorder. My compassionate, holistic approach is about supporting you to form a healing, empowering relationship with food and your body. Setting you free to embrace self-care that puts you firmly on the path to an exciting future where you’re free to reach your full potential.

Is this approach right for you?

If you’re tired and exhausted by:
  • The noisy, distracting mind chatter,
  • Those debilitating rituals
  • The crippling food craving
  • The binge, purge, restrict cycle
  • Never being thin enough
  • Measuring yourself against others and coming up short
  • Constantly chasing the impossible
  • The drive for perfection
  • Depriving yourself of food as punishment and control
  • Measuring yourself against others and coming up short

If you’re wondering:

  • Who can I become, what will I amount to
  • How can I think straight again and feel free to enjoy food
  • How can I forgive myself
  • How can I speak to my body in a loving way
  • How can I ditch this identity to embrace a new one that is exciting, fun and simple

And you’re ready to:

Get excited about how fabulous your life can be in full recovery

  • Live your best life, filled with peace, joy, energy and vitality.
  • Embrace the kind of self-care that enriches your life
  • Live in peace with food and your body
  • Feel truly happy and healthy,

If your answers are yes, then……….

What will you learn?

You’ll be supported to gently explore and work towards overcoming your fear of achieving and maintaining a healthy body weight; developing a helpful, nurturing relationship with your body and food.  Setting you free to fully live your life; who you’re really meant to be. You’ll feel safe and confident to, at last, be free of your anxieties and those distracting mind chattering voices. You’ll learn how to eat a balanced diet, using real foods that achieve and maintain your normal body weight. No more guilt, shame and disagreements about those eating disorder behaviours. You’ll be supported to keep your body physically strong and fit, including appropriate types and levels of physical activity. You’ll build your confidence and capabilities in all of these matters using a combination of nutrition education, motivational interviewing and Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT / Tapping).  EFT is a gentle and extremely thorough technique that has been used to great effect by hundreds of thousands of people around the world.

My holistic approach can support you overcome the negative self-talk and difficult relationship you’ve had with your body and food.  Allowing you to once and for all actually enjoy food and drink with ease, whilst maintaining your healthy body weight. You’ll get excited about your future, free of your eating disorder; enjoying food and life with renewed enthusiasm, energy, vitality, optimism and confidence.

Eating disorders include a range of conditions that can affect someone physically, psychologically and socially. The most common eating disorders are:

Binge Eating Disorder (BED)

When a person feels compelled to regularly eat large amounts of food in a short space of time, frequently losing control over their eating. Unlike bulimia nervosa, episodes of binge-eating are not followed by compensatory behaviours (purging, fasting, or excessive exercise).  As a result, many with this condition may be very overweight, therefore at increased risk of developing other conditions, such as cardiovascular disease.  People living with this condition often experience powerful feelings of guilt, distress, and embarrassment related to their binge-eating, which can influence further progression of the eating disorder. If you suspect someone you know has an eating disorder encourage them to seek professional help as soon as possible

Bulimia Nervosa

When a person goes through periods of binge eating followed by deliberate purging behaviours by making themselves sick, excessive exercise or use laxatives to help empty the bowels, in order to control their body weight.  The binging and purging is often done in secret, creating feelings of shame, guilt, and lack of control. They may fear weight gain and feel severely unhappy with their body size and shape.  Bulimia can have damaging effects on the body, including digestive problems and heart difficulties resulting from an electrolyte imbalance.Eating disorders are medically diagnosed, serious mental health conditions that are characterised by an abnormal attitude towards food, irregular eating habits and severe distress or concern about body weight or shape, that affects both females and males.  When focusing excessively on their body weight and shape, this leads to those living with eating disorders engaging in abnormal behaviours that disrupts their everyday dietary choices and attitude towards food with damaging results to their health. If you suspect someone you know has an eating disorder encourage them to seek professional help as soon as possible

Anorexia Nervosa

Where a person has an obsessive fear of gaining weight and tries to keep their weight as low as possible; for example, by starving themselves and/or exercising excessively, often born out of a belief that their personal problems are caused by their physical appearance. Anorexia can have damaging health effects, such as brain damage, multi-organ failure, bone loss, heart difficulties, and infertility. If you suspect someone you know has an eating disorder encourage them to seek professional help as soon as possible.

Don’t Wait Any Longer.

Start Eating With Confidence Today!

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