07 Jul Eating disorders – bulimia
Eating disorder is a very common mental health issue. Eating disorders are becoming increasingly common as a result of the way the media treats the body image and weight. People who have bulimia attempt to control their weight by severely restricting the amount of food they eat followed by bouts of binge eating and food purging by making themselves physically sick or by using laxatives.
What are the symptoms of eating disorders?
Bulimia nervosa is often associated with low self-esteem, depression, alcohol abuse and self-harm.
It is believed by many that eating disorders are some of the most difficult disorders to treat. However, my unique approach of combining clinical psychotherapy, hypnotherapy and cognitive restructuring (belief changes) has been used to identify what causes eating disorders and successfully treat them.
Treatment for bulimia – therapy and cure
I have had great success with clients who come to me after spending years of being unsuccessfully treated elsewhere, with just a single treatment modality, usually psychotherapy or cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). I tailor my therapy and treatment to suit the individual needs of each client. I have been extremely successful in treating eating disorders this way and have many years of experience anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa, binge eating, anorexia athletica, compulsive eating, night eating, orthorexia nervosa (orthoexia), vomiting and the use of laxatives.
How can I help you to overcome your eating disorder?
Therapy using psychotherapy and hypnosis has been an exceptionally successful treatment in overcoming any type of eating disorder.