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Disordered Eating

The reason why I have used the term "disordered eating" rather than        "eating disorder" is because challenging relationships with our food            or body may not be diagnosed. 

They can affect our mind, body, energy, self-esteem, social circle, routine, and many other aspects of our lives. 

However, diagnosed, in the process of, or not - these habits, rituals, and behaviours need a space to be spoken about.

What I Have Learnt About      Disordered Eating

2017, Mental Health First Aid in Eating Disorders. 

2022, RASASH - Coping Mechanisms and Grounding.

2023, Emotion Coaching through Recognising, Validating,                                Setting Limits, and Problem Solving.

2023, NHS Mandated CBT Interventions for Anxiety - LIAM                              "Let's Introduce Anxiety Management".

2023, SMART - Managing Thoughts, Feelings, and Behaviours                         through REBT (Rational Emotional Behavioural Therapy).

2023, SMART - Disputing Irrational Beliefs.

2023, BEAT - Awareness of Eating Disorders and their Signs:

  • Anorexia Nervosa

  • Bulimia Nervosa

  • Binge Eating Disorder

  • OSFED - Otherwise Specified Feeding/Eating Disorder

  • AFRID - Avoidant Food Restrictive Intake Disorder

  • EDNOS - Eating Disorders Not Otherwise Specified

  • UFED - Unspecified Feeding Eating Disorder

  • Pica - (Consumption of Inedible Objects)

  • Orthorexia - Fixation on that which is "Healthy" or "Clean"

  • Rumination - the Process of Re-Consumption after being Sick

Let’s Work Together

If you, or someone you know, are struggling with any of the above, feel free to get in touch.

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