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The Recover Clinic is Europe’s leading specialist outpatient clinic and online recovery program, treating sufferers of trauma, depression, body dysmorphia, anxiety and eating disorders. We reach out to people, rather than a diagnosis and we work collaboratively to share personalised treatment plans that consider not just an illness, but also who that person is, their hopes and dreams, and what their specific needs might be. We believe in inspiring and empowering women to move beyond destructive behaviours and to learn how to love who they really are. There is a freer and more meaningful future out there waiting for you and we are here to show you the way.

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5 Lessons On Anorexia and Depression Recovery

The last seven months have been another extremely challenging time for me and my mental health. In 2015 I was diagnosed with anorexia and placed under the care of the YCED outpatient team for a year. In the years that passed, I restored the weight I lost, but never really fixed my bad relationship with … Read more 5 Lessons On Anorexia and Depression Recovery

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The Importance Of Friendships During Recovery

Author – Laura Muth   International Friendship Day provides a good opportunity to reflect on the friendships in our lives and how important they are. Humans possess an instinctive need to make friends and with good reason; friends can provide physical assistance and emotional support to improve health and well-being. Friendships become more important than … Read more The Importance Of Friendships During Recovery

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What Does Self Care Mean To You?

In honour of this year’s International Self Care Day, we asked our wonderful clients, team and Instagram community to tell us how they perceive self-care and incorporate it into their lives…   What does self-care mean to you? Beth: Taking time for yourself, saying no when you need to & doing things that nourish your … Read more What Does Self Care Mean To You?

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Reflections on Riding the Waves in Recovery

This current season has provided an opportunity to pause and reflect on what I have learnt in recovery. The journey hasn’t been easy, but I have come to appreciate all the victories, and am gradually understanding that mistakes are not a bad thing, but a way that we learn and grow into our most authentic … Read more Reflections on Riding the Waves in Recovery

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Book Club: How To Fail

(Image Source)   Having already devoured one of Elizabeth Day’s novels, The Party, I had incredibly high hopes for her first non-fiction book – How To Fail, part memoir, part self-help manual. Her skill to observe and dissect human behaviour was one of many reasons I adored The Party, and this skill is just as … Read more Book Club: How To Fail

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What Recovery Means to Me

Freedom. Self-acceptance. Growth. When I think about recovery these three words speak volumes to me. I used to emphasise recovery heavily on weight restoration but now I realise this is just a side effect of healing trauma. Similarly, rebuilding a healthier relationship with food happens when you work through the pain that the eating disorder … Read more What Recovery Means to Me

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Treating The Eating Disorder From A Place Of Self-Compassion

Those of us with an eating disorder often struggle with an overwhelmingly loud critical voice which is intertwined with the eating disorder itself. We are familiar with it criticising us many times a day about the ways we act, look or feel. This voice may even seem comforting, like a friend, despite how unhealthy it … Read more Treating The Eating Disorder From A Place Of Self-Compassion

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You Can Learn To Love Your Body

What is body image? Body image is a psychological concept referring to the perception we have of our bodies and is influenced by numerous emotions. Body image issues have greatly increased worldwide over the last 30 years and body dissatisfaction means you view your body in a very negative and critical way. Negative body image … Read more You Can Learn To Love Your Body

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Racial Trauma Is Real, Valid Trauma (+ Our Commitments)

We are filled with sorrow, outrage and grief at the tragic loss of George Floyd, and we know that some of our team and clients are feeling this pain directly too. Today we wanted to not only say that we stand with you against racism and share our commitments as a team but to recognise … Read more Racial Trauma Is Real, Valid Trauma (+ Our Commitments)

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Book Club: Daring Greatly

(Image Source) In the self-development world, Brene Brown is a name needing no introduction. If Louise Hay is considered the mother of self-help, then Brene Brown is the golden child. Her TEDx Talk on The Power of Vulnerability has become a viral sensation. In her Book Club video, Emmy describes Brown as having “the most compassionate way of viewing the world.” She thinks Daring … Read more Book Club: Daring Greatly

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