Eating Disorders

It’s not what your’re eating, it’s what’s eating you.
Eating disorders are a group of conditions that may involve insufficient or excessive eating. We know these more commonly by the labels they are given, anorexia, bulimia, or binge eating.  Sadly, nowadays, they are sensationalised and trivialised by the media and the fashion industry. 
Over 1.1 million people are affected by eating disorders in the UK, that’s a lot of unhappy people who are seriously harming their health and destroying their future.  Many people who suffer with an eating disorder also suffer from body dysmorphic  disorder, i.e they don’t like the way they look, or feel about themselves.  Mind and body connection is an important part of this condition.
Although there is some very good support out there, it’s limited and many people don’t seek help but suffer alone and in silence for years.  People with eating disorders are very much the secret, silent, sufferers.
Many clients come to see me who have been told that they will be anorexia, or bulimic for the rest of the life, that’s the danger of labels. We tend to live up to them and the brain has a habit of making sure we live up to our expectations.
I help clients who suffer from eating disorder using Hypnotherapy, EMI, EFT and New Code NLP to take control and break their eating habits.   I work with clients to help them rebuild their body image, self esteem, confidence and change the way they think about their problem.
If you thought that your’re problem was solvable, or that you were going to binge eat, less next week than the following week,  then actually that’s a small step forward in making that a reality for you.
It’s never easy, working with my clients with these issues, but seeing my clients successfully beat their eating disorders, is some of the most rewarding work I do as a Change Therapist.
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“You can’t stay in your corner of the forest,waiting for others to come to you;you have to go to them sometimes.”

Winnie the Pooh