As a nation, our love affair with New Years resolutions is a very on/off relationship. The usual stories include; “I’m not going to make a NY resolution because I never stick to it” or “this year I really am going to do X” or even more zealous “I’m going to commit to my resolution before … Read more A New Way to do New Year Resolutions
Our lovely client, Chrissy, discusses her journey from black and white to multicoloured thinking! Black and white thinking is something that’s haunted me for as long as I can remember before I went into treatment for my eating disorder. Of course, before I went into treatment I wasn’t aware of my black and white thinking- what … Read more Seeing the World in Black and White
Rachel is a Dietitian in London. Below, she discusses why you might not feel hunger at mealtimes, and how you can work to overcome it… The journey to eating intuitively and giving full permission to eat in recovery from an eating disorder is often a long and complicated path. Reconnecting and learning to listen to hunger … Read more But what if I really don’t feel hungry?
Nutritional Therapist, Belle, shares her tips on how to prepare for the festive season… She grimaced at the sound of Grandad arriving armed with presents, a large wedge of Stilton and a bottle of Baileys. It was the moment she’d been dreading since waking up that morning. It was Christmas day; a day which should be … Read more Let it go, let it go, let it go….
‘Creativity is the breaking of boundaries, the affirmation of life beyond life. Out of its own sense of integrity, life asks us to affirm our own intrinsic nature, our essence as human beings’ (Zinker). As an Integrative Arts Psychotherapist I use 7 art forms in my therapeutic approach with clients: art, puppetry, sculpture/clay, poetry, sandplay, music … Read more The arts in therapy at The Recover Clinic