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• Does Eating Rule Your Life? • Do you think about food & weight all the time? • Do you place too much self worth in your weight and body image? • Do you eat in secret? • Do you binge or emotionally overeat? If you feel that you have an unhealthy relationship with food, then you may wish to explore this is in greater depth. We understand that the thought of coming to therapy may be daunting but we're confident your fears will be quickly dispersed. Sessions are held in a safe and confidential environment where you are free to truly express yourself. If appropriate, we may ask you to keep a food diary for a few weeks, so we can highlight patterns of behaviour that cause you distress, and explore the symptoms you are experiencing. We look at the big picture of how your nutrition is affecting your physical and mental health and suggest small changes to eating and lifestyle so you can feel better. We work with you to bring unhelpful patterns of thinking, feeling and behaviour that are connected with food into awareness . We will support you in teasing apart these unhelpful connections, providing you with skills to create change in your life. Each sessions lasts 60 minutes and therapy duration varies depending on individual needs. As an accredited therapist, Claire Feldman works within the ethical guidelines of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). Should she feel that your needs would be more appropriately met by an alternative service, an onward referral will be made.

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What do you love most about your job?

I work exclusively with women and am passionate about helping them to overcome their food, weight and body image issues.

What inspired you to start your own business?

Claire has been working as a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist (CBT) for eight years and has been constantly astounded at the significant improvements in her clients’ well-being made by dietary and lifestyle changes, to compliment therapeutic intervention. Claire believes it was inevitable that she would found Eatology, not just because of her passion for all things wellness related but due to her own personal journey with food, weight and body image issues.

As an insecure and overweight child, Claire grew up feeling uncomfortable in her in skin and believed weight loss would be the solution to all her problems. After a few half-hearted attempts at dieting in her early teens, she decided that enough was enough and at sixteen committed that she would lose weight for good and never be a 'fat girl' again.

After a relatively short period of calorie restriction, the weight began to fall off and Claire thought she had it all figured out until, after around two and a half stone weight loss, the scales stop moving. Fear of weight regain set in and so she embarked on a rigorous daily exercise regime to keep the scales below an 'acceptable' number.

Months of deprivation and over-exercising took their toll until one day she 'cracked', reached for the tub of ice-cream and didn't stop eating. Full of self-loathing and racked with guilt from her indulgence, she began purging as a means to redeem herself. This pattern continued for several months until Claire recognised that she couldn't continue with this cycle of misery.

In time and over the years that followed, Claire began to heal her relationship with her food, mind and body. Although she still, like most women, has the odd 'fat' day, she now follows a path of contentment and self-acceptance.

Claire feels passionately about helping women to avoid the cycle of dieting misery and recognise their worth is so much more than a number on the scales.

Why should our clients choose you?

• PG (Dip) Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Belfast Cognitive Therapy Centre (2012)
• Diploma in Nutrition and Lifestyle Coaching, Institute of Health Sciences, Dublin (2017)
• Master Practitioner in Eating disorders & Obesity, NCFED, Life Therapies Clinic (2019)
• Master Practitioner in Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), Life Therapies Clinic (2019)
• Evelyn Tribole Intuititve Eating Practitioner Training (2018)

British Association for Counsellors and Psychotherapy (BACP), Accredited Member
Federation of Nutritional Therapy Practitioners

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