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Eating Disorders


Hugh has been trained in Eating Disorder Counselling by the National Centre for Eating Disorders. He holds a  Certificate in Practitioner skills for Eating Disorders and is a qualified and Registered Clinical Psychotherapist.


Counselling


Eating disorders are chronic, harmful problems which are about deeper issues with control and feelings.

Effective eating disorder treatment is psychological, nutritional, holistic and personalised. It must improve satisfaction with life, not just get rid of symptoms. Our therapists have understanding and knowledge of new and established therapies to help you recover.

We can help you and your loved ones  find a counselling solution that is right for you.



Recovery Outcomes

  • Counselling will help you to eat only when hungry & stop when you are full
  • Freedom from obsessions with food
  • Feeling relaxed about food & eating with others
  • Sleeping well & feeling energized
  • Being happy; looking forward to tomorrow
  • Coping with relationships without turning to food
  • Mastering cravings
  • Managing your feelings
  • Feeling better about your body
  • Being able to care for yourself… because you’re worth it.

The First Step – Have a Personal Confidential Assessment.

Help for eating disorders begins with a 1 hour no-obligation assessment with an expert who cares and understands. You will gain a new understanding of your situation; learn why you have the problem and what can be done about it. The first step to your new life starts here.


Bulimia Treatment


Bulimia nervosa is getting rid of food by purging, taking laxatives and even excessive exercise. Help and treatment for bulimia starts here.

Bulimia Nervosa: Is this you?emotions & behaviour
  • You feel out of control of food; you are desperate to control your weight but eat compulsively at times.
  • Bulimia feels like an addiction. Eating rules your life.
  • You are fearful of weight gain and feel very bad about your body and shape. You act as if you were confident but your self esteem is low.
  • You may promise to stop your bulimia, but it somehow doesn’t happen and you are ashamed in case people discover what is going on.
  • Food feels like a friend and a foe, wish you could just take it or leave it.
  • You have mood swings, often for no reason; you feel depressed, alone and low.
  • You have started purging as a desperate way to control your weight, but it isn’t working well and your weight may start increasing.

Physical outcomes

The right help for bulimia will help to heal the side effects, which can include surface problems, with teeth and salivation glands; deeper problems affecting fertility and the digestive system; cardiac and brain effects.


Getting help

Bulimia treatment and help begins here. It is better to get help sooner rather than later, Even after many years, recovery is possible with the right support from us.


Recovery aims

Bulimia treatment means a new relationship with food and self-control with food and weight. Help for bulimia also means emotional strengthening, raising self worth and finding better ways of feeling in control without needing to purge. We start with a full assessment, to help build a personalised treatment plan that is right for you.

bulimia treatment takes time & will focus on:

  • Gaining insight about bulimia and discovering what led to you developing it in the first place.
  • Managing the mixed feelings about letting it go and building motivation to change.
  • Nutritional guidance, to end compulsive eating and manage overeating without the need to purge. You will not gain weight.
  • Emotional strengthening, to manage feelings like stress and unhappiness without turning to food or purging.
  • Managing bulimic thoughts and obsessions with food.
  • Self worth and body image healing.

The next step

NCFED counsellors are certified eating disorder experts; you can trust them to support you with compassion and wisdom in the journey of change.

We understand bulimia, why it is so hard to change, and how it affects your life.