For some people binge eating stems from dieting while for others there is a psychological trigger. Whichever it is in your case, your struggle is valid and it is not your fault. I believe that listening and connecting to your body can help you in recovery. Usually people experience feeling disconnect when they binge. This can be distressing and often causes people to blame themselves for not being disciplined enough. You may feel alone, hopeless and ashamed too many times and wondering what to do with these feelings. This is where I can help.
According to the HAES® (Health At Every Size®) movement it is possible to be in good health while in a larger body. It is also important to remember that your worth is not defined by your body size. I believe that having a healthier relationship with food comes from having freedom of choice instead of having rules about food. Choices that come from a place of self-care instead of a restrictive mindset often contribute to balance and wellbeing. Making peace with food and recovery is about creating new ways of relating that will honour both your physical and mental health. If you are looking to find peace with food and nurture your body and mind in ways that support you rather than work against you feel free to contact me.
Certificate in Counselling Concepts • Certificate in Counselling Skills • Diploma in the Theory and Practice of Counselling • Advanced Certificate in CBT Skills • Working with Bing Eating Certificate • How to Deal with Intrusive Thoughts and the Inner Critical Voice Certificate • Mental Health and the Body Certificate • Cruse Bereavement Training • Registered Member of the BACP • Accredited Member of the NCS