At the centre of each of our outpatient and online treatment programs are the needs of the client themselves. Clients can typically attend treatment between two and five days a week depending on their level of clinical need and their specific personal circumstances. Our treatment emphasises the development of insight, restorative care (both physically and emotionally) and a focus on developing life skills to sustain a long term recovery. At the end of treatment we invite our clients to ‘graduate’ from treatment and to celebrate all that they’ve achieved as part of their journey.
We offer comprehensive outpatient and online programs consisting of one to one sessions, family work, group therapy, mentoring, coaching and nutritional care. We believe that people can make a full recovery and are devoted to ensuring that each of our clients become empowered to live the lives that they deserve. If you are considering treatment but aren’t certain what you really need then you can speak to one of our treatment advisors to get help you gain a clear understanding of all of the options available to you.
UNSURE IF YOU HAVE AN EATING DISORDER?
You might have found us because you think there’s something not quite right about your eating habits, but you’re not sure if it can be called an eating disorder.
You know that most people, particularly women, have a love / hate relationship with food, a slightly distorted body image, and spend much of their lives dieting – so is your experience any different?
Take a look at the questions below. If you answer yes to any of them you may well have an eating disorder so please seek help immediately.
- find your mood is affected dramatically by how much you weigh?
- restrict the amount of food you’re eating?
- lose control sometimes over how much you’re eating?
- overspend on food or steal food?
- ever make yourself sick after eating?
- over-exercise in order to lose weight?
- hear your friends and family voice concerns about your weight or eating habits?
- obsess over calories and exactly what is in your food?
- have thinning hair, worn dental enamel, hypoglycemia or osteoporosis?
- use laxatives, diuretics or enemas to lose weight?
- if a woman, no longer get your period?
UNSURE IF YOU HAVE UNPROCESSED TRAUMA?
Trauma refers to any traumatic event that has either happened to you directly or that you have witnessed. What we mean by a traumatic event is any experience that has overwhelmed you and clearly affected your ability to cope afterwards. This experience can take the form of one major event or a prolonged time spent in difficult circumstances.
If any/or all of the points below apply to you (or someone you love) then you are very possibly living with unprocessed trauma.
- are unable/unwilling to be vulnerable in relationships
- have an internalised sense of inferiority
- believe that you are undeserving of love
- feel there is something inherently wrong with you
- are frightened of being 'found out'
- feel like a child; unable to cope
- have a destructive relationship with food/sex/drugs/alcohol
Living in a cycle of shame and pain is exhausting and lonely.
But you don’t have to live like this.
Things can change. For so many of us, it’s just a question of being shown how.
Our team of experienced counsellors is here to help you.
We will offer advice and support, and help you understand why you feel the way you do. We’ll guide you towards the right course of treatment for you, whether that’s one-to-one counselling with one of our team, family or group therapy, or inpatient treatment.
Give us a call on 0845 603 6530 or send us a message to speak to our team today.
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If you would like to reach out to us today for yourself or on behalf of a loved one, please know that all correspondence will be private and confidential, and you will be met with kindness and compassion. We are here to help you consider what your options might be.