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Are you concerned about your relationship with food?  
Do you struggle with negative thoughts about your body or your self?
 Are these preventing you from living life to the fullest?

You are not alone, and it doesn't have to stay this way xx




Maybe you've hesitated to reach out for support because you're afraid that you don't look 'unwell enough', or because you haven't been diagnosed with a specific eating disorder. Unfortunately, we hear this from too many people and we feel it needs to change, because disordered eating is not just about food and weight.   Your thoughts and behaviours surrounding food and body image are a way of trying to cope with difficult experiences and express your feelings.  


A disordered relationship with food impacts all aspects of your self and your life.  As such, we believe that therapeutic treatment needs to address all of you: mind, body and spirit.  Fundamentally, recovery is a process of empowered self-discovery.

 You can find the freedom to be yourself, and we are here to support you in that process....whenever you feel ready xx



Find the freedom to be yourself

Quiet Forest

 Therapy for Disordered Eating

Re-connecting body and mind 

Holding Hands

Therapeutic Support Groups

Interpersonal support for disordered eating

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Founder & Clinical Director

Dr. Jenna Daku 
DPsych,  BA, BACP


Integrative Therapist

Vicky Bellman
Dip. Couns

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Integrative DBT Therapist
Daniel Mansaray


Our Story

Led by Founder and Clinical Director, Jenna Daku, Freedom To Be Therapy offers integrative and holistic therapy and Intuitive Eating Counselling for folks struggling with Disordered Eating.


We implement a range therapeutic methods to support you on your journey of self-development and growth by offering you a relational

and collaborative approach to therapy. Our aim is to empower you to grow towards becoming the best possible version of yourself.  Our practice is aligned with Health at Every Size® (HAES) and non-diet approaches to wellbeing. We offer a safe space for folks of all shapes and sizes, free from the anti-fat bias that saturates the world.  As therapists, we are invested in anti-racism and social justice, and we provide trauma-informed support.  

We specialise in disordered eating recovery, integrating mindfulness, CBT, DBT, ACT, creative, and relational interventions tailored specifically to you and your needs.  Any form of disordered eating - from chronic dieting to clinical eating disorders - has the potential to significantly impact your relationship with food and your body.  Disordered eating can also affect how you see your self, others, and the world around you. Together, we can rediscover who you really are beneath your current struggles with food and your body, so you can regain a sense of equilibrium and start living your life to the fullest.

We offer 1:1 therapy online,  Intuitive Eating Counselling, workshops, and support groups for folks who are struggling with disordered eating.  In addition to this, we also provide support and education for caregivers and loved ones of individuals who are struggling with disordered eating. Taking care of yourself and finding ways to nourish and replenish your inner resources is crucial when you're supporting others.


It is possible to find freedom! xx

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It can feel intimidating to reach out to a stranger for support, but we hope to make the process as comfortable as possible.  When filling out the form, it's helpful if you can tell us what brings you to therapy at this point in your life and whether you're interested in Eating Disorder Therapy, Workshops or Group Therapy.  Otherwise feel free to share as much or as little as you feel comfortable telling us about yourself and your concerns.

Your information will be sent to Jenna, our Clinical Director, who will strive to reply within 48 hrs - excluding weekends. From there, we can arrange for an initial consultation with one of our therapists.  


*Please don't forget to check your junk e-mail folder if you're expecting a reply from us!  x

Privacy Policy and Data Protection:

If you get in touch, you agree to have the personal data that you submit in this form stored on our website and in our e-mail, which only employees of Freedom To Be Therapy have access to.   This information will be used to contact you about our available services, and we will not explicitly share it with any third party.  If you would like to read through the Privacy Policy for Wix, our website provider, you can do so here.  You can submit a request to have a copy of your personal data or to have it permanently deleted.  To do so, please e-mail us to let me know this is what you would like to happen.  If you have any questions please feel free to e-mail us. 

If you are reaching out for therapeutic support, you will receive a full copy of our Privacy Policy and Therapeutic Contract if we decide to work together.  If you would like to review this beforehand, please e-mail us and we will send you a copy.


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