Learning to Love Creativity Again

The creative process is one which fractures the rigorous, planned and colourless nature of an eating disorder. It is intuitive. There is no preconceived idea of what something should be, it does not have to look a certain way. It can be a playful exploration, and a record of what is going on in your world, … Read more Learning to Love Creativity Again

How to Love Yourself First

[custom_headline type=”left” level=”h2″ looks_like=”h3″ accent=”true”] What is Self Care? [/custom_headline] Something that sounds so obvious and easy, often isn’t.  Why do we struggle so much to define self care?  Perhaps with our busy, hectic lifestyles and the relentless pace of modern life we have actually not only forgotten to be able to define it, but also … Read more How to Love Yourself First

The Stigmatisation of Psychotherapy

[custom_headline type=”left, center, right” level=”h2″ looks_like=”h3″ accent=”true”] Psychotherapy is an effective, natural and meaningful way to improve lives. [/custom_headline]   So why is there still so much stigma surrounding it? This year National Psychotherapy Day is being held on Friday 25 September.  It is a dedicated day to the promotion, research and support of Psychotherapy for … Read more The Stigmatisation of Psychotherapy

The Relationship between Anxiety and Eating Disorders

Eating disorders have a high co-morbidity with other mental illnesses such as anxiety, depression or other mood disorders. Anxiety disorders are the most common ‘comorbid disorder’ which studies suggesting as many as 80% of people suffering from an eating disorder also suffer from an anxiety disorder at one point during their life. [pullquote cite= type=”right”]The … Read more The Relationship between Anxiety and Eating Disorders