Eating Issues Our therapists can help children, adolescents and adults with psychological causes of eating and food related difficulties. They specialise in helping with a range of issues such as pre-occupation with weight, binge eating, negative body image, comfort eating and eating disorders such as bulimia. Changing our eating habits every now and again is normal, but for some people food and eating can become problematic. Eating issues are often accompanied by difficult thought and feelings which are sometimes hard to express. Many people think that if someone has an eating problem they will be over or underweight, but this is a myth. Anyone, regardless of age, gender or weight, can be affected by eating issues. Eating issues can manifest themselves in a number of different ways, including: restricting the amount of food eaten eating more than needed or feeling out of control when eating eating in secret feeling anxious about eating or digesting food eating lots of food in response to difficult emotions restricting the kinds of foods eaten purging after meals checking , testing and weighing body frequently
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THERAPISTS OFFERING THERAPY FOR EATING ISSUES:
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Circle Psychology Partners Ltd Registered Office: 141 Woodwarde Road, London, SE22 8UP Phone: 07816 382810 or 020 8425 2021 | Skype: christine.langhoff | E-mail: info@circlepsychologypartners.co.uk Company Number: 11159467
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Eating Issues Our therapists can help children, adolescents and adults with psychological causes of eating and food related difficulties. They specialise in helping with a range of issues such as pre-occupation with weight, binge eating, negative body image, comfort eating and eating disorders such as bulimia. Changing our eating habits every now and again is normal, but for some people food and eating can become problematic. Eating issues are often accompanied by difficult thought and feelings which are sometimes hard to express. Many people think that if someone has an eating problem they will be over or underweight, but this is a myth. Anyone, regardless of age, gender or weight, can be affected by eating issues. Eating issues can manifest themselves in a number of different ways, including: restricting the amount of food eaten eating more than needed or feeling out of control when eating eating in secret feeling anxious about eating or digesting food eating lots of food in response to difficult emotions restricting the kinds of foods eaten purging after meals checking , testing and weighing body frequently
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