Eating Disorders

Have you tried to seek help before and had unsympathetic responses? Perhaps you have gathered up the courage to see your GP or other professionals yet felt unheard, not believed, not understood or not taken seriously!

As one client told me “I was told to go home and eat a sandwich”.  I know this kind of dismissive comment can be very disheartening!

  • • Anorexia
  • • Bulimia
  • • Binge Eating

And other eating problems are often hidden and kept secret because of the paralysing feelings of anxiety, shame, guilt, loneliness, anger, hopelessness, worthlessness and embarrassment they cause. Perhaps you know how the eating disorder started or maybe you don’t but you are unable to stop or don’t want to stop.

I think it’s important to let you know I am passionate about Eating Disorders, that’s why I  have undertaken specialist training in Eating Disorders, training that is evidenced based and is subject to National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) guidelines.

I understand having disordered eating can be very very scary, misunderstood, disturbing and a lonely place to be, while also being strangely comforting.