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Here’s the breakdown on eating disorder recovery

From someone who’s *been* there too.

Hey there, I get it.

I understand your frustration, your confusion and your self-punishing thoughts because I was there, around five years ago.

For a long time, I let food dictate my life. Every move I made was met with anxiety and stress around food, my weight, my calories, how I felt in my own skin. I’ve always considered myself a healthy person, but it wasn’t until I realised I had an eating disorder that I found myself moving further away from what “healthy” was. I sought help from a Psychologist and really valued our sessions together, but often struggled when it came to leaving her office and stepping out into the real world – trying to put my recovery goals into action (and committing to them long-term). Connecting with someone who had lived experience with an eating disorder gave me a sense of hope I hadn’t felt before.

I successfully overcame a restrictive, binge-eating and purging cycle and I’m here to help you through your own recovery journey. Break the cycle and pave your way to food freedom with a professional coach dedicated to delivering hands-on support in a friendly, non-judgmental and innovative way.

We’re in this together,

If you’re  looking for help, you’ve come to the right place

Does this sound like you?

  • There is a part of you that fears full recovery isn’t possible for YOU.
  • You’ve worked with (or are currently working with) a Psychologist, Psychiatrist, Dietitian and/or your GP, but you struggle when it comes to the action part of recovery, like buying new clothes, food preparation or eating your meals.
  • Sometimes you feel alone and confused with your eating disorder, like no one really *gets* what you’re going through.
  • You’re tired of using exercise as a form of punishment instead of embracing it as something that brings you joy and fulfilment.
  • You feel like you’ve lost part of your identity and you want to rekindle the connection with your authentic self.
  • You are a perfectionist and have a harsh inner critic that inhibits you from seeking the help you deserve.
  • There’s a little voice inside that says “but what if I could recover?”

A qualified coach who understands where you’re at in your journey and partners with you to  work towards your recovery goals.

That’s why I developed my own coaching principles to follow with every client:

A collaborative approach to your recovery.

I’ve worked with ED recovery clients and have successfully teamed up with psychologists, dieticians and GPs who value what hands-on ED coaches can bring to the team and those who are recovering.

Respect and maintaining a non-judgemental environment.

Eating disorders do not discriminate and can be a sensitive subject for most. Your privacy and boundaries are my top priority and anything you share stays between you and me.

Motivating you to fall in love with food again.

Whether it’s trying a new recipe, setting up a virtual or in-person lunch date or helping you with your grocery shopping. I’ll teach you new and exciting ways to make food more enjoyable.

Lived experience, from one recovery participant to another.

I have personal experience living with an eating disorder. I also know there’s a better life that awaits you on the other side and I’m here to show you that you deserve that.

Let’s bust one of the  biggest myths of eating disorders:

it’s not just about negative body image or a desire to be “thin”

Having an eating disorder is not to be taken lightly and it certainly doesn’t discriminate. Eating disorders can take many forms and affects approximately 1 million* Australians.

If you’re reading this, please know that you’re not alone and there is non-judgemental and professional help available to you. I’m a certified eating disorder coach and work closely with women living with an eating disorder to show them that, if I can do it, they can too.