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Our Services

We offer a specialised service assisting and supporting people who have been diagnosed with an eating disorder.

In private, or within a group.
Within the home, in person, or remotely.
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Dietitian Sessions

Initial Assessment

​A detailed nutritional assessment that reviews your medical and physical activity, as well as your food habits

  • Initial goal setting

  • Nutrition education

  • Planning for subsequent session(s)

  • Supporting nutrition resources

Follow-up sessions 

​Reviewing your progress with the initial goals

  • Identifying road-blocks

  • Re-evaluating goals to match identified needs

  • Further nutrition education on identified needs or priorities

  • Supporting nutrition resources


Further to the above steps we will arrange a bespoke service for the young person.

Community Therapeutic Care Workers, Nurses and Mental Health Nurses.

Initial Assessment

A detailed assessment in your home that reviews your medical and physical activity and meal plan

  • Discussion with the client 

  • Observation of a family meal 

  • Family debrief if client is under 18

  • Discussion into the available options and how meal times could become less challenging

Follow-up sessions 

  • Work on the food plan given by the dietitian

  • Watch you eat and observe eating habits

  • Help with eating disorder thoughts


Further to the above steps we will arrange a bespoke service for the young person and the family/carer.

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Therapy Office

Systemic and Family Psychotherapist


We see the family as a resource and as part of the solution in the recovery process. The aims of the Family Therapy range from:


  • To help parents to help the young person fight the illness and regain a healthy weight;

  • To build on and mobilise family strengths and to help the family develop appropriate coping skills;

  • To facilitate communication between family members;

  • To encourage healthy adolescent development;

  • To provide information about the nature, cause and the treatment of the eating disorder and behavioural management.


The first appointment is an opportunity to discuss further how Family Therapy might be helpful to your family, to understand how we work and to agree on goals for our work together

Social Workers


We know that parenting/caring for someone suffering with an eating disorder can be hugely stressful and anxiety provoking and is often characterised by feelings of helplessness, fear and sometimes guilt, among others. The aims of the counselling range from:

  • To help parents/ carers by providing a safe space in which to make sense of the many conflicting feelings.

  • To offer non judgmental, compassionate and confidential (unless safeguarding issues arise) counselling sessions, either remotely or in person.

  • To help develop person centred relationships based on trust and respect, building on a person's strength to locate and promote resilience.

  • To explore how the person feels about themselves, their unique circumstances, needs and priorities.

  • To offer a flexible and supportive service for parents/ carers in crisis.

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Clinical Nurse Specialists 



Part of the treatment involves

  • helping parents develop a better understanding about eating disorders 

  • Thinking about how families can support and manage mealtimes.

  • The young person’s emotions after meals.


The work between sessions is just as, if not more, important than the session itself.


The work incorporates The Maudsley Model Family Treatment for Anorexia Nervosa (FTAN) and The Fairburn CBT-E Model, which includes body image work and psychotherapeutic approaches, informed by my training at the Tavistock Institute. Using the sessions to build a good relationship with the young person and the family is of key importance.  

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