Eating Disorders

We treat a range of eating disorders including Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge-Eating Disorder, ARFID and Diabulimia, and we’re here to support individuals of all ages starting from 12 years upwards.

Our approach to treatment is collaborative, and we focus on linking into the healthy part of you. We provide psycho-education to help you understand the nutrition your body needs, and to fight against the negative thoughts and behaviours associated with your eating disorder.

While we may provide a meal plan, this will always be guided by you and, where appropriate, your family. We also work with you to tackle fear foods and eating disorder specific behaviours that you’ve identified.

To help you make long-lasting changes, we use evidenced based behavioural change therapies such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), acceptance commitment therapy (ACT), and solution-focused therapy. Our goal is to help you implement changes that fit with your lifestyle and values.

We focus on behavioural change, however we recognise that there may be underlying causes that need to be addressed. We work alongside psychotherapists and psychologists to ensure that you receive comprehensive care. If you have an active eating disorder, it’s important to have a therapist or psychiatrist involved in your treatment before consulting with us.

Both Jen and Sue have extensive experience (over 25 years between them!) in working with individuals with eating disorders, both in the NHS and privately.

We’re here to support you and look forward to working with you towards your recovery.

Disordered eating

Are you finding food-related anxiety and guilt overwhelming?

You may find yourself worrying about food and feeling anxious during social occasions. You may have strict food rules that are difficult to break, leading to feelings of guilt and shame.

You don’t have to go through this alone.

We’re here to help you challenge these food rules and start listening to your body’s natural cues.

Our approach is centred around empowering you to live a life that’s not controlled by food or your body weight.

We’ll work with you to develop strategies that fit your lifestyle and values, so you can cope in triggering situations and achieve long-lasting change.

At our clinic, both Jen and Sue have extensive experience in working with individuals with disordered eating both in the NHS and privately.

We’re here to support you and look forward to working with you towards a healthier relationship with food and your body.


IBS and Gastrointestinal Issues

We work with you to discover what may be causing your gut issues and help to minimise them through evidence-based nutrition therapy.

Gina is our specialist gastro dietitian, with over 20 years of expertise.

She works with our clients online to provide nutrition therapy in an individualized and sensitive way. 

Her years of experience, both in hospital and in the community, enables her to support you with your rehabilitation goals at any stage of your journey.


We help people manage diagnosed conditions such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Inflammatory Bowel Disease (including ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease) and food allergies/intolerances from a food and nutrition angle.

We also explore the possibility of bile acid disorders, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) and pancreatic insufficiency which can show up with varying issues and pain. 


We can help you work out what is going on and alleviate these problems, minimising the on-going issues they can cause when left untreated.

We will also suggest which tests might be helpful for you (and which are likely to waste your money and time!)

weight management

Are you fed up with the yo-yo cycle of being on and off a diet?

But you still want to lose weight, yet nothing seems sustainable?

Have you considered weight management from the perspective of listening to and being kind to your body?

Once you have mastered this, we find our clients weight naturally settles at a place that is healthy for them.

By tuning into your body’s internal appetite signals and by overcoming the rules that often govern your decisions about what you eat and when, you will foster a healthier relationship with food and love of your body.


We work with you to teach you to learn to trust your body again, to break free of the negative cycle of “diet, weight loss, weight regain, diet again”, that can damage your self-esteem and leave you feeling guilty and ashamed.


We’ll teach you how to eat more healthily within the context of your lifestyle. We know from the research that fad diets do not work and they drive disordered eating and we will not give weight loss plans that set you up to fail as they are not realistic or sustainable.

The goals we help you set for weight management are achievable and take time, they come from a whole lifestyle, personalised approach, as opposed to a quick fix.

We work with our clients to find freedom around food and a healthy, sustainable way of living that allows you to feel great and happy in your body. 

If this is what you need, please do contact us today to book.