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Dietetic Therapy

What is Dietetic Therapy? 

Dietetic therapy is with our Dietitian, Rachel. It has been designed for  anyone who would like to improve their relationship with food and feel safer, more accepting and more connected to their body so they can start to truly enjoy living it.  Whether you are currently experiencing chronic yo-yo dieting, dietary restriction, binge eating, purging, chew and spitting, compulsive exercise, hypothalamic amenorrhea or body image concerns; we work together using a compassion centred approach to support you to build trust in yourself and your body. 

How does Dietetic Therapy work? 

Everyone's journey is unique and what you focus on and how long you work together will depend on your personal circumstances. Rachel draws on a varieties of theories, practises and strategies including psycho-nutrition education, nutritional rehabilitation, meal planning, supplemental requirements, coping skills and practises, body connection, body image, neuroscience, hypnotherapy, emotional regulation, distress tolerance, mindfulness, exposure work, reframing unhelpful beliefs, inner child healing, CBT, ACT, somatic interventions, inner child healing and of course building a trusting therapeutic relationship. You will always be the leader of your journey and Rachel will always hold you in unconditional positive regard.

Rachel uses a three stage model in her practice, which involves sets of 12 weekly sessions; three for exploration, six for deeper work and three for integration before evaluating and either commencing another set of sessions, taking a therapeutic break for integration or ending dietetic therapy. 

Rachel is not an anti-diet practitioner, nor is she pro-diet; so if you would like to pursue making changes to your physical body, for example pursuing fat loss, this is something that can be explored. If  your goal is to recovery from a diagnosed eating disorder, disordered eating or improve your relationship with food, eating and/or your body then any weight or fat loss goals may need to be put on pause, which Rachel understands can be difficult if you have been trying to lose weight for a long period of time.

Who is Dietetic Therapy for? 

Dietetic therapy has been designed for  anyone who would like to improve their relationship with food and feel safer, more accepting and more connected to their body so they can start to truly enjoy living it.  Whether you are currently experiencing a diagnosed eating disorder, chronic yo-yo dieting, dietary restriction, binge eating, purging, chew and spitting, compulsive exercise, hypothalamic amenorrhea or body image concerns; we work together using a compassion centred approach to support you to build trust in yourself and your body.

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How much is the investment for Dietetic therapy?

After all sessions you will be provided with a full session round up as well as any discussed resources such as E-books, worksheets, tools, meditations, podcasts and goal setting. 

The investment for Dietetic Therapy is;

- Initial consultation (75 minutes) - £145 

- Subsequent sessions (50 minutes) - £80

*Although Rachel uses a three stage model and sessions are most beneficial weekly to begin with, we can space sessions out and tailor dietetic therapy to your personal needs. I am also able to offer one off initial consultations if you require specific nutrition planning and guidance without ongoing support. 

Anything else  

It is important to recognise that any form of therapy involves vulnerability; which can feel uncomfortable and painful at times; however we prioritise in building ways for you to feel safe and secure through tools, interventions and practises.

Just get in touch to explore more or book your first session.

How would you like be nurtured?

Thank you, we look forward to welcoming you soon

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