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Would you like more freedom with food?
Would you like to be more at peace with your body?
Or are you a professional wanting to help others with these issues?

For many people, an easy, self-nurturing relationship with food can seem elusive. And for many people, being at peace with their body can seem like an impossible dream. And for many during the Covid-19 pandemic, particularly during lockdown, the challenges have only got harder.

If you're one of these people, or if you work with them as a professional, you'll know that the way forward isn't always obvious. Getting experienced, specialist help to guide you through this territory can make all the difference. The right help can make it possible to understand what is going on, how things came to be this way, and what can be done to create sustainable change… change that sticks.

With the right help, it’s possible for everyone to find more freedom with food and more peace with their body

Freedom with Food provides
treatment and therapy for adults (age 19 and over) in Wellington with eating disorders, and with other eating and body image issues. This help is available in one-on-one appointments.

For more information, or to arrange a half hour meeting to discuss your options, you are invited to
get in touch. You are welcome to bring whanau with you to this meeting.

Freedom with Food also provides
training for professionals in New Zealand in dealing with eating disorders, and with other eating and body image issues.

The issues covered in help or training include:
  • unhelpful long-term patterns with food, for example yoyo dieting or binge-starve cycles
  • difficulties involving anxiety around food or restricting of the type or amount of food eaten, including Anorexia Nervosa and Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID)
  • difficulties that involve 'purging' or attempts to compensate for food eaten, including Bulimia Nervosa and some kinds of Anorexia Nervosa
  • difficulties that involve compulsive eating, including Binge Eating Disorder and comfort eating, stress eating or emotional eating
  • lack of body confidence, and other body image issues, including those that are part of an eating disorder or Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD)

For more information you are invited to look at the
forthcoming training events page or get in touch.