Psychological Therapy

The leading evidence-based treatment for eating disorders is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy - Enhanced (CBT-E; NICE Guidelines, 2017). There is a large body of research to suggest that CBT-E is effective in helping individuals achieve full recovery from eating disorders. Due to this, CBT-E is the primary form of therapy used within treatment. However, at times other therapeutic approaches might also be incorporated into the sessions, based on individual needs.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy - Enhanced (CBT-E)

Research proven therapy for eating disorders. Learn to change unhelpful patterns of thinking and behaviours

Intuitive eating

Get back in touch with your body's hunger fullness cues and let go of food restriction forever

Acceptance & commitment therapy (ACT)

Learn to accept the things outside of your control and commit to making meaningful changes

Dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT)

Learn tools to effectively manage difficult emotions

Eye movement desensitisation & reprocessing (EMDR)

Evidence based therapy for processing distressing or traumatic memories

health at

every size®

The Health at Every Size approach promotes health behaviours and body respect without the focus on weight