'What's Your Hunger' offers a new approach of support for those experiencing difficulties with emotional overeating. If you struggle with controlling your eating and this is causing you distress, then our group can help. All at a cost you can afford!

'What's Your Hunger' is the combination of work by two professional therapists who passionately care about supporting people with problem eating issues. For the past 3 years we  have run groups and courses that help people free themselves from the pain and suffering emotional eating can cause them. We have a 'non-profit approach' which aims to make this affordable to all. We work in partnership with the NHS and other local health organisations based in the Bournemouth and Poole area.

We are all unique and our roads to recovering from this issue will vary, this is why we have decided to offer a  rolling weekly group format which gives each of you the time and support you need to free yourself from your eating problems. 

Please email and let us know if you are keen to attend. We will then reserve your space and send you a quick assessment form for you to complete. As professionals we want to be sure that our group is right for you at this time. The form will help us to provide you with the best support we can offer.

Referral Criteria & Process

Contact us on office@whatsyourhunger.co.uk and we can email you more information and an enrolment form.


Course Facilitators  Jess Griffiths Jess is the founder of the non profit organisation I*EAT. After her 10-year battle with eating disorders, Jess wanted to use her recovery to help others. She provides consultancy work as an eating disorders practitioner in the NHS and schools. Jess is a trained counsellor and member of the BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy) and has recently started working for the Royal College of Psychiatrists, assessing adult inpatient eating disorder wards around the UK as well as sitting on their Advisory Panel for the Care Quality Network for Eating Disorders. Jess is an associate trainer for b-eat and is a higher education lecturer in eating disorders and has spoken at two international eating disorders conferences, presenting her work with the NHS and I*EAT. Glenn Sadler Glenn is a fully qualified counsellor and has considerable experience working with a diverse range of people and issues. He currently specialises in gambling addiction and having seen many similarities between this and other compulsive behaviours he has worked with, he set out to use his expertise to help those with emotional eating issues.Glenn has a diploma in Life Coaching and enjoys using these skills to help others achieve their goals and dreams. He also works as a staff trainer at a large South West housing association, where he designs and delivers training packages for front-line staff, working with a diverse range of people in our community. He has several years experience in this field, working with vulnerable disadvantaged people in our community and supporting them towards a healthier more fulfilling life. Teaching is also a passion of his and he has taught a range of classes for over 20 years.

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Last Updated: 30/04/2018
Age Groups: (16-18) (19-25) (25+)


Fees: Yes

£10 per session

Types of Support:
Group/peer support
Self esteem
Binge eating disorder
Compulsive overeating
Emotional overeating
Nutrition and dietetics
Types of Service:
Support Group (recoverers)
Types of Treatment:
Other Psychotherapy
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)