Eating Disorders

Eating disorder coaching is revolutionising recovery and improving treatment outcomes. An eating disorder coach bridges the gap between therapists, doctors, dietitians and carers, and is frequently being titled the ‘missing piece of the puzzle’. Rather than purely in-session support or clinical sessions, an eating disorder coach offers you support every step of the way, when you need it most.

What Is An Eating Disorder Coach?

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Eating Disorders

September 21, 2021

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Quasi recovery is possibly one of the more difficult parts of your eating disorder recovery journey, yet is not always spoken about. It is the part of recovery where you may have started to physically recover on the surface (this could include weight restoration and/or behaviours), yet you are not fully recovered mentally. 

Recognising ‘Quasi Recovery’ As Part Of Eating Disorder Recovery 

quasi recovery

Eating Disorders

September 8, 2021

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If you are currently looking for support and want to find an eating disorder therapist who can work safely with you through recovery, here are some of our top tips to consider. ⁣

How To Choose An Eating Disorder Specialist⁣ ⁣

Eating Disorders

September 7, 2021

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Binge Eating Disorder (BED) is a serious mental illness where a person eats large quantities of food over a short period of time, without feeling like they are in control of what they are doing. It is an eating disorder that can affect anyone regardless of ethnicity, gender, age, weight or background.

What Is Binge Eating Disorder?

Binge Eating Disorder (BED) is a serious mental illness where a person eats large quantities of food over a short period of time, without feeling like they are in control of what they are doing. It is an eating disorder that can affect anyone regardless of ethnicity, gender, age, weight or background.

Eating Disorders

September 7, 2021

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Orthorexia nervosa is a type of eating disorder that involves an obsession with healthy eating. The condition was defined in 1997 by Dr. Steven Bratman, MD, who runs a website dedicated to the disorder. It is not currently recognised as a standalone eating disorder in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, however it is widely recognised by eating disorder clinicians.

Orthorexia: An Unhealthy Obsession With Healthy Eating

Eating Disorder Counseling In the UK For Orthorexia in Women.

Eating Disorders

August 23, 2021

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Muscle dysmorphia is a subtype of a mental health condition called body dysmorphic disorder, where a person spends a lot of time worrying about perceived flaws in their body. It is also associated with eating disorders, as it often leads to disordered eating behaviours.

Muscle Dysmorphia: The Hidden Illness Affecting 1 In 10 Gym Goers

Eating Disorders

July 28, 2021

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When you’re armed with knowledge, change truly can take root. Our free resource library provides valuable information about eating disorders and the recovery process so you can start making progress in your own time. The library gives you instant access to all of our resources in one place, including printable workbooks, digital resources, and new materials as they are added.

-  Workbooks to expand your knowledge around recovery and specific eating disorders 
-  A quiz to give you insight into your relationship with food 
-  Audio and video clips to guide you through powerful recovery visualisations
-  Checklists, mantras, and journal prompts to help you take control of your thoughts

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