I understand it can be scary to open up to someone about your eating disorder, trust me, I've been there. I was in denial about my issues with food for a long time. Then I realised that food was taking over my life and I was missing out on actually living.
Change can feel scary, but I believe FULL recovery is possible!
Since I recovered and trained as an eating disorder practitioner in 2018 I have helped hundreds of women to stop the restrict-binge cycle and feel comfortable in their body, through workshops, group programmes and working one-to-one.
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you're always anxious about food, EVEN WHEN IT'S NOT MEALTIME.
YOU WANT TO change BUT YOU'RE SCARED YOU'LL BE OUT OF CONTROL.
YOU WANT TO GET UNSTUCK BUT HAVE NO IDEA WHERE TO START.
Maybe you answered the questions above and found you're ready to work with me, but something is stopping you taking action. This guide is designed to help when you really want to change, but you also really don't.
Join psychologist Dr Rachel Evans (PhD) as she talks to fellow experts in eating disorder recovery and ED survivors with inspiring stories. This podcast is intended to help those recovering to shift their mindset, develop new skills and find their own version of normal eating.
I’ve helped clients of all different nationalities from as far as Europe, Asia and Australia to visualise a future free from their eating disorder. .