Eating Disorders Therapy & CBT in London City & West End
We are a professional partnership CBT therapists and counsellors in London experienced in helping people move beyond issues with food and with eating disorders. Providing one-to-one therapy to help you to work through problems with body image, bingeing, purging, restricting, selective eating and related issues.
By tackling the way we think about ourselves, our bodies, and food, and using this to inform changes in our eating behaviours, CBT provides a powerful method for breaking free from the grip of anxiety, guilt and shame that can control our relationship with food.
- A partnership of psychologists, CBT therapists and counsellors in central London
- A positive, solution-focused approach to food issues & eating disorders
- All House therapists are registered with the Health & Care Professions Council
- Sharing a deeply held belief that positive change is possible for all our clients
CBT for Eating Disorders
By tackling the way we think about ourselves, our bodies, and food, and using this to inform changes in our eating behaviours, CBT provides a powerful method for breaking free from the powerful grip of anxiety, guilt and shame that can control our relationship with food. Read...
Eating through history
Though it has been proposed that food issues such as extreme dieting, anorexia and bulimia are on the rise and influenced by media pressures, analysis of texts about and by many of history's key figures suggests that these problems have been around for centuries. Read...
How TV affects body image
TV has been blamed for a range of problems in children and adolescents including poor body image and food issues. By studying a rural population in Fiji with only recent access to TV, and tracking attitudes to weight and shape, researchers have spotted the first signs of problem eating. Read...
Professor Leigh E Rich gives an excellent introduction to how psychologists are able to help people re-define their relationship with food on healthier terms. In particular Dr Kristeller and Dr Quillian-Wolever, who have tested a mindfulness-based intervention with great results. Read...