Dr Rachel Evans provides private eating disorder recovery therapy, tailored to your unique recovery needs and goals. Although Rachel specialises in bulimia recovery (including self-induced vomiting, laxative abuse and compulsive exercise), she also sees clients with other difficulties, such as body dysmorphia, binge-eating, orthorexia, restrictive eating and exercise addiction on a case-by-case basis.
All services use an integrative and multi-disciplinary method, including nutrition and psychology.
This approach will help you to unlock the past causes of your eating disorder, give you the tools and mindset shifts that you need to make changes right now in your present, and help you visualise future you - free from an eating disorder and feeling comfortable in your body.
I felt that way too for months. In some ways it was fine when I was in denial, because I could convince myself that I was being healthy and ignore all the down-sides (although they were still having a very real effect on my health and wellbeing). .
Once I admitted that food was controlling me and hating my body was exhausting, it felt awful BUT then I could start to take action to make positive changes rather than staying stuck in a horrible limbo.
You've made it to here. You're not oblivious to what is going on for you and all the ways it's impacting your health & happiness.
Why not check out these FREE RESOURCES until you're ready to take the next step in finding a therapist and committing to recovery. If you're ready to work with a therapist then click here to find out more about the Nourish 1-1 programme.
It sounds like you need a Breakthrough day. Over 8 hours together we will explore the causes of your eating distress, use powerful techniques to shift limiting beliefs right in the session and map out an achievable recovery plan for you to take action on.
This is for you if
A) you're at the start of your recovery and not feeling ready to sign-up for weekly therapy sessions
B) you're experiencing a relapse and want to explore things not covered in therapy before that might be holding you back
C) you have been in stable recovery, but things have flat-lined and you know there is more to life than the restricted freedom that you have now.
Click here to apply for a clarity call to learn more.
Let's celebrate your life-changing decision to recover!
You might be reading this blurry-eyed at 2am desperately trying to find the way out of bulimia, or clear headed with your morning coffee and determined today is that day you will find your perfect therapist.
I'm so excited that you're here because I would love to make recovery easier for you through Nourish, my signature 6 month programme of high level eating disorder support.
Nourish is tailored to you and your changing needs. We will work together to rebalance your body and rewire your mind so you can step into your new recovered identity and live a fulfilling life. .
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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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. .