1:1 Food Freedom Therapy
My signature coaching programme – 3, 6 or 12 months
Bespoke Binge Eating recovery using my Food Freedom Framework
Incorporates traditional psychotherapy with modern energy psychology and neuroscience techniques to tap into subconscious limiting beliefs that may be keeping you stuck and reprogram your mindset for success
1:1 Food Freedom Therapy
My Food Freedom framework is a 3 to 6 month experience to guide you through binge eating recovery and to heal your relationship with food.
Follow a comprehensive assessment our time together will begin with the rebalance phase. During this time we will be focusing on nourishing the body to take it out of restriction and restore nutritional balance. We’ll also be exploring a holistic approach to health to reduce stress on the mind and body
In the reprogram phase we are learning to let go of a dieters mindset and all the self-imposed restrictions and guilt that comes with it. We’ll begin to address your unhelpful thoughts and feelings which maintain your emotional and binge eating. You’ll learn how to begin gaining trust in your body’s own intuitive hunger and fullness signals.
Finally, in the renew phase we are working to uproot and clear your limiting beliefs, as they are what cause us to self-sabotage and rail road recovery. This phase of the program involves more deeper healing work using my skills as an EFT practitioner and Certified Hypnotherapist and will support you to gain the trust and belief in yourself to help you succeed.
We’ll meet together (online or face to face) for one hour each week at a pre agreed day and time. Outside of our appointment time you can access direct support via email or voice notes and I will get back to you as soon as I can (Monday to Friday 10am to 7pm).
Where appropriate throughout our time together I’ll offer EFT/RTT sessions and personalised guided meditation recordings to reprogram your mindset around food.
Whilst there is structure in my Food Freedom Framework, the therapy will be very much tailored to your needs.
1:1 Food Freedom Therapy is perfect for you if:
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If 1:1 Food Freedom Therapy sounds like a good fit for you use the button below to book your discovery call.
Go questions about 1:1 Food Freedom Therapy?
Binge-eating disorder is a serious eating disorder in which you frequently consume unusually large amounts of food and feel unable to stop eating.
Almost everyone overeats on occasion, such as having seconds or thirds of a holiday meal. But for some people, excessive overeating that feels out of control and becomes a regular occurrence crosses the line to binge-eating disorder.
When you have binge-eating disorder, you may be embarrassed about overeating and vow to stop. But you feel such a compulsion that you can’t resist the urges and continue binge eating. If you have binge-eating disorder, treatment can help.
People with binge-eating disorder can be overweight or obese, but you may be at a normal weight. Behavioural and emotional signs and symptoms of binge-eating disorder include:
- Eating unusually large amounts of food in a specific amount of time, such as over a two-hour period
- Feeling that your eating behaviour is out of control
- Eating even when you’re full or not hungry
- Eating rapidly during binge episodes
- Eating until you’re uncomfortably full
- Frequently eating alone or in secret
- Feeling depressed, disgusted, ashamed, guilty or upset about your eating
- Frequently dieting, possibly without weight loss
Unlike a person with bulimia, after a binge, you don’t regularly compensate for extra calories eaten by vomiting, using laxatives or exercising excessively. You may try to diet or eat normal meals. But restricting your diet may simply lead to more binge eating.
The severity of binge-eating disorder is determined by how often episodes of bingeing occur during a week.
The testimonials on this website were provided by satisfied clients in confidence and are not intended to represent or guarantee that anyone will achieve the same or similar results. Therapy is hard work and an individual’s therapeutic outcome depends on the client’s desire, dedication, effort and motivation.
Now and then we find that a client may determine therapy is not for them. Sometimes clients learn things about their situation and its origins and decide they would prefer not to proceed with sessions at this time.
Research studies have shown that individual and group formats of CBT are associated with significantly higher abstinence rates compared with no treatment (up to 79% abstinence on completion of therapy and up to 58% on one year follow up)
No. Whilst the content of my website is geared toward B.E.D, I do work with other issues. Disordered eating is a broad spectrum and although you may not have a ED diagnosis, your issues with food might be causing you significant distress.
Your feelings are completely valid and if it’s something that you would like to work with me on, then please book a discovery call to discuss further.
I also have experience in working with bulimia, ARFID, pre and post bariatric surgery counselling and disordered eating.
Please note however, I am not currently accepting referrals for anorexia treatment.
From experience I have found that clients with a disordered relationship with food can have long standing issues that will take time to resolve.
I moved to 3 and 6 month program options to be transparent around potential timescales and because adhoc sessions are not ideal in working with these specific issues.
I created the Food Freedom Breakthrough session as an alternative option for those who do not require or cannot commit to 1:1 therapy
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