Depression and Low mood
Bereavement and Loss
Low Desire and Lack of Libido
Painful on Penetration Disorder
Erectile Dysfunction / Premature or Erectile Dysfunction
Sexuality / Asexuality
Eating Disorder Therapy
Binge Eating Disorder / Compulsive Eating
Binge eating / Compulsive eating is when a person eats an excessive amount of food in a short period of time. It often involves secret eating and the person eats past the point of fullness. They can be left with feelings of guilt and shame about their behaviour.
Bullimia Nervosa (often called Bullima) is a state of being where a person has powerful urges to overeat after food restraint. This is followed by an episode of vomitting/using laxatives/ or excessive exercise as a way to manage weight.
Anorexia Nervosa (often called Anorexia) is a state of being where a person is unable to eat a sufficient amount of food to maintain normal body weight for height and age. The person deliberately restricts food and has an intense fear of gaining weight. This is accompanied by a disturbed body image and an inability to recognise and act on the health risks of being underweight.
Orthorexia is when a person is overly preoccupied with pure and right foods, which often leads to excluding certain food groups that they deem to be unsafe or unclean. Eating foods which they would normally exclude can cause feelings of distress and anxiety.
Conflict and arguments
Lack of trust
How Do I Know if Therapy is Right for Me?
If you have been struggling to manage your emotions, thoughts, and behaviours, the world can feel like a lonely place. Therapy offers you an opportunity to work through what is keeping you stuck, so that you can begin to heal what has made you feel broken.
Therapy is right for you if you are reading this statement. Something has struck your curiosity, so I would invite you to take the next step. There is no shame in seeking support.