Nutritional guidance 1:1 support calls
Would you like some support particularly focussing on food and nutrition in your recovery, or the recovery of a loved one?
You can now book a nutritional guidance 1:1 support call with Belinda, our in-house nutritional therapist who struggled with eating disorders herself for many years before recovering. Belinda aims to support people to build a better relationship with food and their bodies, and qualified in nutritional therapy after her own recovery, with a desire to support people with eating disorders.
What to expect from your call
A nutritional guidance support call aims to provide more focus on food and nutrition as part of your recovery process or the recovery process of a loved one. In this call, you are welcome to ask questions and clear up any confusion around food, food groups and eating in general.
You may be asked about where you are in the recovery process, what you’re eating during an average day and in what quantities. You may also receive some suggestions on how to make small, manageable and achievable changes or additions to support the recovery process. Anxieties around making these changes may also be addressed during these sessions.
Please note that we can not offer this service to anyone already working with a registered dietitian.
Book a nutritional guidance 1:1 support call
Appointments are available on Tuesdays via zoom, for up to 40 minutes.
Our support services are confidential, and our team aims to create a trusting relationship with you. Your personal details will never be shared with third parties unless consent has been given, and only on a ‘need to know’ basis. Exceptions to this are detailed in our confidentiality policy and are made only where there is a potential risk to you or others and/or where required by law.
Meet our peer support team
Learn more about our friendly peer support team, and their personal and professional experience of eating disorders.