Eating Disorder Recovery
OVERCOMING AN EATING DISORDER WILL BE ONE OF
THE HARDEST thiNGS YOU'LL EVER DO
Sadly, we often feel that we have to do it on our own, and yet, we would never expect a cancer patient to fight cancer on their own.
There comes a time in the recovery process when we start to understand that having a support network is vital to maintaining recovery.
Unlike traditional forms of psychotherapy, my approach is focused on giving you the tools and strategies that you need to become autonomous in maintaining your own recovery. While my coaching is focused on the practical, my approach is deeply compassionate, understanding and genuine.
After completing my doctorate thesis in the field of eating disorders and publishing numerous journal articles on prevention and treatment, I spent the majority of my time working in private practice in Australia with individuals experiencing eating disorders.
During this time, I worked with individuals who were experiencing Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder and variations of eating disorders that don't neatly fit into the diagnostic criteria.
I have worked both with adults, as well as adolescents and their families, to reach recovery and strongly believe that recovery is possible.
I offer the following services, both in person or online:
- Coaching you in the skills and strategies needed to achieve recovery
- Forming new habits and letting go of old ones
- Supporting you through the transition of hospital to home life
- Eating meals together and providing meal support
- Guidance on how to prepare food and cooking support
- Coaching you on how to weight restore your young person
- Meal support and how to get your young person to eat
- Coaching you through how to balance parental control and adolescent autonomy
- How to help your young person develop a healthy identity