WeightMatters

Counselling, therapy and nutrition for people who struggle with weight, food, eating & their body.

WeightMatters is simply about…

A female seating on a sofa listening carefully to a therapist

Psychology
& Nutrition

A couple of females enjoying a healthy meal

Healthy
Eating

A happy looking female smiling

Emotional
Fluency

A calm and relaxed looking male seating at his desk

Calm & Clear
Head Space

 
  • Psychology & Nutrition
  • Emotional Fluency
  • Calm & Clear Head Space
  • Healthy Eating

Let us help you change your relationship with food and eating. Feel good about your body, calm your mind and build confidence.

Save with our Spring promotion.

Buy 6 sessions, and get your 7th session FREE!

Stop Binge Eating Workshop

Do you repeat a pattern of binge eating and feel trapped?

Does food soothe you when you are emotionally upset and stressed?

Are you filled with self-loathing after you binge in secret?

Learn how to break free from the vicious cycle of binge eating.

Saturday 24th
June, Only £75

We are a leading weight loss clinic and eating disorder treatment centre in London.

Weight Loss
Clinic

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Eating Disorder
Treatment

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We combine psychology and nutrition to create a targeted, bespoke treatment pathway to move you away from disordered eating, obesity and eating disorders, and towards health, vitality and happiness.

There are 5 main areas we work with

Weight
Loss

Psychological & Nutritional support to help you lose weight

Disordered
Eating

We can help build your confidence and soothe your anxiety

Body
Image

Change the way you think, feel and behave about your body

Eating
Disorders

Support you in breaking free of your unhealthy patterns of eating

Weight
Management

Coaching you to eat well, for optimal health and vitality

Don’t just take our word for it...

As a consequence of our work together, dieting is now unbelievably easy, and the weight is falling off me.
The compulsion to binge has vanished and I finally feel like I have become a ‘normal’ person. I am eternally grateful to James and his team, and I would strongly urge anyone who thinks they have a food addiction or eating disorder to give WeightMatters a try, to see if they can help you, as they undoubtedly have me.

Barnaby, 29

WeightMatters was so much more than just weight loss. It was about motivation and education - it made me accountable.
The team are professional, easy going and completely discreet and confidential. I would highly recommend WeightMatters 5-star service to anyone who wants to achieve their ideal weight and feel good about themselves.

Gary Barlow
Singer & Songwriter
Take That

From the moment I walked in to the WeightMatters Practice, I knew that it was different.
Finally, I had met an amazing group of people who truly understood and cared. Over the next few months, through the Shrink programme, I began my recovery. I came to terms with the fact that my relationship with food was much deeper than simply overindulging. I felt valued and heard for the first time in my life and I finally faced some very difficult experiences and emotions.

Lucretia, 41

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