Having suffered with my own eating disorder(s) and mental ill health I feel I am ideally placed to understand and help you with your difficulties around food and your relationship with it. I work holistically as an humanistic integrative counsellor, based in the person centred approach. This enables me to draw on a number of theoretical models to tailor counselling to your individual needs and requirements.I facilitate this by working with you collaboratively, building a safe therapeutic relationship, creating an atmosphere of trust and openness, so you can feel safe to explore your difficulties knowing you will be heard and listened to empathically. Recognising you have a relationship problem with food is the first step on the road to recovery. Having an Eating Disorder is an outward behaviour that has been adopted over time to help us cope with overwhelming emotions we feel unable to manage. Talking with a trained counsellor who has had personal experience with disordered eating can be the start of your journey to a better relationship with food and liberation from the chains its' control.
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Registered Member of BACP , working towards accreditation.Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy - York St John UniversityTA101Understanding Eating Disorders (both male and female)Gestalt Personal and Professional Development GroupTell us if this listing needs updating