Those struggling with compulsive or binge eating feel compelled to eat despite not being hungry. Compulsive eating can be constant grazing or specific difficulty around a particular type of food, whereas binge eating tends to involve larger quantities of food eaten quickly; both feel out of control and lead to guilt, shame, significant distress as well as potential health implications.
At Innisfree Therapy, our Intensive Programme for Compulsive or Binge Eating is designed in collaboration with you to create a bespoke mix of Individual, Trauma, Group and Psychoeducational psychotherapy to best meet your individual needs and circumstances. Your programme is then delivered by our team of highly experienced therapists who work concurrently, collaborating and responding to your process session by session. Through this process, we help you identify triggers and uncover the underlying issues which create this relentless battle with food, whilst offering guidance and strategies to help manage urges and stabilise your intake. We collaborate with dieticians and Consultants Psychiatrists specialising in food disorders to provide the care you need to ensure your clinical safety.
Intensive Programmes for Compulsive/Binge Eating can take place at our premises in Central London, via Zoom, or a mix of both, depending on individual circumstances and location. Impacted partners or family members can also access individual support with us as desired.