Re-connecting body and mind
Therapy for Disordered Eating
Is this for me?
Do you have a set of rules about food and exercise that stops you from engaging fully with life? Are your negative thoughts about your body and your self preventing you from spending time with the people that you care about? If so, you might be struggling with a disordered relationship with food.
Eating disorders are not limited to anorexia, bulimia, or binge eating, and they do not discriminate against gender, socioeconomic status, ethnicity or age. If you're concerned about your relationship with food, you can reach out for support and uncover what's really driving your thoughts and behaviours.
At Freedom To Be Therapy we provide integrative therapy that is tailored to your individual needs. We look beyond the symptoms of disordered eating to support you to come back to yourself and your body's inner wisdom so that you can focus on living your life to the fullest.
We align our work with a Health at Every Size® approach, which means that we are committed to offering evidence-based support that respects body diversity and honours difference and diversity. A HAES® approach will help you to build critical awareness and integrate compassionate self-care in to your life so that you can expand your definition of health and wellbeing -- and ultimately, your world.
I'm ready, what now?
When you're ready, fill out the contact form below and tell us a little bit about who you are and what you're struggling with. This information will be sent to Jenna, our Clinical Director, who will reply to you and send you our pre-intake form to fill out and send back so she can allocate you a therapist with the availability and approach for your needs. The information that you give on the pre-intake form will be forwarded to your allocated therapist so that you don't have to worry about doubling up on information when you have your Initial Consultation.
If you'd like some more information about our fees, what we offer, and how it all works, click here.
Reaching out for support can feel overwhelming, but our goal is to make it feel as comfortable as possible.
You deserve to find freedom from a disordered relationship with food and your body xx