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Eating Disorder Recovery Event

Conquering Christmas – Group program

Support from a Dietitian and Psychologist to answer questions on eating out during the silly season within a small group setting. This year we are running two groups on Friday 11th December 2020 at our little hub in Leichhardt, spaces limited. All food provided. RSVP essential.Cost: Free. Tackling lunch 12 noon – 2.30pm What to …

Eating Disorder Recovery Nutrition Wellbeing

Snacking

Snacking sensibly at morning tea, afternoon tea and/or supper, can help reduce the risk of being over-hungry and over-eating at your next main meal. Snacking helps keep your energy levels up, reducing irritability and fatigue. Lastly it’s a great way to grab some additional nutrients, such as calcium for bones. When you are thinking about …

Eating Disorder Recovery Nutrition Wellbeing

The Nourish Program

Group therapy The Nourish Program provides a holistic multidisciplinary approach to the management of eating disorders. This program is for those who are currently working towards recovery and need additional support from a variety of healthcare practitioners. You must have our GP health check form completed before commencing the program. The program consists of twice …

Eating Disorder Recovery

Building your support team

Eating disorders require a multidisciplinary approach to treatment. Here are the main players in the team and the rationale behind their involvement to help you understand who you may need on your side and why: Dietitian Assess intake for nutritional adequacy Improve diet quality Provide practical advice around food and eating patterns Meal plan prescription …

Eating Disorder Recovery Reviews

Book Review: “Eating in the Light of the Moon”

By Dr. Anita Johnston This is a beautifully written book that weaves in myths, metaphors and fairy tales to guide you through its core themes. Useful not only for those who are developing skills to recover from disordered eating, this book is a positive, empowering and practical resource for exploring your understanding and relationship with …

Eating Disorder Recovery Wellbeing

Ditch the Diet Products

Diet products send the message that we need to be constantly dieting and aiming for weight loss. This can be destructive to a healthy nutrition plan and mindset. Diet products do not teach you how to change habits or behaviours that may be impacting on your weight concerns, they don’t teach you how to maintain …