Eating Disorders therapists in London, England ENG, United Kingdom GB

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Milton Keynes, England  therapist: The PsychoTRAUMA Clinic (Convergence College of Psychotherapy), registered psychotherapist
Eating Disorders

The PsychoTRAUMA Clinic (Convergence College of Psychotherapy)

Registered Psychotherapist, Rev, DD (hon), DMin, Various Dips & Certs.
Eating disorders are quite deep and are one of the hardest issues to work with in psychological terms. so many problems may cause the symptoms but with many years of experience we have many tools in the bag to help. It can be simply a cry for help or a way the mind used to develop a coping mechanism against controlling parent(s) or to arm oneself from systematic abuse or fears. So many causes but many solutions on the table for us to use.  
29 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG W1G 9QD
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Donna Mitchell, registered psychotherapist
Eating Disorders

Donna Mitchell

Registered Psychotherapist, MA
I can help you to get to the real root of why you feel the way that you do about your body and ultimately about yourself. This often has very little to do with food. Once we have truly come to grips with this, we can work together to challenge beliefs and behaviours that really aren't helping you. Your sense of who you are may shift and we can bring in real self love.  
6 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG SW18 5SJ
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Janine & ComposurePsychology Team, psychologist
Eating Disorders

Janine & ComposurePsychology Team

Psychologist, Chartered Clinical Psychologist, HCPC & BPS registered, DClinPsy, CSAccred.(AAC), MPhil (cantab)
A number of our Clinical Psychologists are experienced in the NHS and private practice with helping people effectively live with and overcome eating disorders. We draw from evidence based therapies including; CBT, ACT, CFT, SFT, DBT, EMDR, systemic, narrative, psychodynamic and others.  
11 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG W1G 9PF
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Dr Ian Anderson, psychologist
Eating Disorders

Dr Ian Anderson

Psychologist, Consultant Clinical Psychologist (HCPC registered), PhD, MSc, MSc, MSc, MA (Econ), BA (Econ) Hons
Eating disorders are one of the most challenging conditions for psychologists to treat. There are many causes and many manifestations. I take an individual approach based upon the history, the client's circumstances, and the way in which the disorder presents itself.  
44 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG EC1V 2NX
Online in London, England
Bristol, England  therapist: DR BP Upadhaya, psychologist
Eating Disorders

DR BP Upadhaya

Neuropsychology Psychology Holistic Medicines Holistic Therapies Integrated Medicine Integrated Therapy Functional Medicine Unified Therapy Diet Therapy Nutrition Therapy Hypnotherapy NLP Psycho-visual Therapy Family Therapy Psycho-sexual Therapy Sexual and Marital Psychotherapy Homeopathy Herbal Medicine Naturopathy Quantum Medicine  
25 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG W1W 7LT
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: James Hitchen - I Am James Therapy & Coaching, therapist
Eating Disorders

James Hitchen - I Am James Therapy & Coaching

Therapist, Psychotherapeutic counselling (level 5), MBACP, AdV member Addiction Professionals, MNCPS accred. National Centre For Eating Disorders
I am an eating disorder specialist. I trained with the National Center for Eating Disorders and work with clients to improve their relationship with food and exercise and body image. I use both my personal and professional experience to help clients find recovery and thrive in life. I use both counselling and coaching skills to support clients on their journey.  
7 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG SW5
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Dr. Bonnie Wims, psychologist
Eating Disorders

Dr. Bonnie Wims

Psychologist, UK Chartered Counseling Psychologist
Food can play such an important role in our sense of self. A distorted body image combined with an unhealthy relationship with food can be a disruptive and dangerous combination. Let's get the root of your insecurities and begin to rebuild your confidence away from your body and your believe of the importance of an image.  
16 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG SE15 3BX
Online in London, England
London, England therapist: Aleksandra Pamphlett - Cert. Coach & Psychologist, life coach
Eating Disorders

Aleksandra Pamphlett - Cert. Coach & Psychologist

Life Coach, MAC, MSc, BSc Hons,
Embarking on a transformative journey to reclaim your relationship with food is not just about recovery; it's about rediscovering your strength and resilience. As a coaching psychologist specializing in eating challenges, I bring a dynamic and empowering approach to our work together. We won't just navigate the complexities of your eating habits; we'll also unravel the unique threads that contribute to your story. My approach is grounded in empathy and evidence-based interventions, tailored to meet your unique needs.  
10 Years Experience
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Benjamin Marr, counselor/therapist
Eating Disorders

Benjamin Marr

Counsellor/Therapist, BA MA Relational Psychotherapist/ Birkbeck College - Psychodynamic Counsellor
The generalised term “eating disorder” can cover many forms of unusual, or atypical eating habits and also includes disordered, or distorted body image (body dysmorphia) and even, possibly, addiction to exercise. Eating disorders can effect both men and women and it has been estimated to affect anything up to 5% of all people at some point in their lives, with a relatively greater propensity amongst older adolescent boys and younger men. Other eating disorders may also include behaviours such as the compulsion to exercise excessively, or a negative, or distorted body image, as well as obsessive thoughts, habits and behaviours surrounding various aspects of food. Relational psychotherapy can generate the opportunity with eating disorders to examine and explore any possibly deep-rooted emotional explanations that may have contributed to issues around food, exercise and body image. With eating disorders, relational psychotherapy creates the opportunity to possibly identify any such sensitive areas and instigate a process to overcome troubling, obsessive or destructive behaviours in a supportively safe space. My private practice has successfully provided a guided and structured approach – comprising both cognitive interventions and practical strategies – to support clients as they initialise a process to create a healthier relationship for themselves with both food and their bodies.  
33 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG SW3
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Wellbeing Centre London, registered psychotherapist
Eating Disorders

Wellbeing Centre London

Registered Psychotherapist, Psychotherapy, Counselling, Psychology, CBT, EMDR and Therapy, Coaching
We provide effective Eating Disorders counselling and therapy.  
14 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG SW15 2SP
Online in London, England