There are many types of eating disorders. The most common ones are anorexia nervous, bulimia and binge eating disorder but often many individuals have disordered eating that may not fit an exact diagnosis.
What are the different types of eating disorders?
Eating Disorder Treatment
Your Eating Disorder Nutritionist
Nutrition support is integral to your ongoing recovery. We are here for you during each step of your journey. Our non-judgmental and caring support encourages you to open up and make the brave choices needed to face the disordered thoughts that are keeping you in your eating disorder. To learn how we can help you, read through our support packages. We offer either individual bespoke eating disorder support or an online on-demand resource our most popular and affordable option while awaiting NHS care.
Our eating disorder support treatment options
Our nutritionists and dietitians are registered with the Association for Nutrition or HCPC and BDA and have specialised training in eating disorder nutritional support.
Counselling and CBT support
As part of your treatment plan, you will have the option to have ongoing counselling and CBT support from our expert clinical psychologists and CBT therapists. We recommend a joint session as part of the treatment plan to learn effective CBT techniques to empower you on your recovery journey.
Read more about what CBT-E is and how it can help here.