Support For Carers
Learn how to best support the person you care for, and get support for yourself too
Recognise that issues other than food are at the core of the eating disorder
Emotional problems, poor self-esteem, desire for excessive control, lack of trust, inability to properly manage relationships and distorted body image are all main features of the problem.
Recovery requires time. Be patient
Recovery from eating disorders is a long process and it may last years. It is essential to learn that it is hard to predict the possible outcome of an eating disorder. Prognosis usually varies according to the age of the sufferer, the severity of their presentation, body weight and personality. Relapse might also occur and therapy is needed to prevent and manage the eating problem.
Receive enough support
It is essential to not blame yourselves when your attempts to help are being rejected, and to ask for professional help in order to cope with the anxiety and fear that you may be experiencing.
Treatment for Binge Eating Disorder
We invite you to explore our services for Binge Eating Disorder
Counselling & Psychotherapy
Let us guide you on the path to recovery
Get to the root cause of your weight issues
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