This is my body, this is my home.
Types of Eating Disorder
There are a number of different eating disorders. People often don’t realise the nuanced differences between them. Three of the most common eating disorders are:
- Anorexia Nervosa
- Trying to control your weight by not eating enough food, exercising too much, or doing both
- Binge eating disorder (BED)
- Eating large portions of food until you feel uncomfortably full
- losing control over how much you eat and then taking drastic action to not put on weight
1:1 Transformational Coaching
Through a unique methodology of Therapeutic Coaching, we incorporate psychological, emotional, physical and spiritual methods to help free you from food guilt and body image struggles. We look at your past, experiences, traumas that have shaped where you are today, in order to weave and map out a future of food, body and inner freedom and peace for you.
You will be guided every step of the way through tools, advice, actionable steps, home works, guided visualisations, rewind work, angel card readings and Monday-Friday on hand Voxer coaching support! Using lived experience and expertise allows us to support you and get you to a place of health, happiness and inner peace.
This coaching is only available for those over the age of 16.
Laura Phelan is an Eating Disorder and body image therapeutic coach and the founder of Phelan Well. At the young age of 13, Laura developed Anorexia Nervosa, an eating disorder that has the highest mortality rate of all mental health illnesses. She uses her lived experience and professional training to support and empower people, so that they can get to a place of food and body freedom.
What is an eating disorder?
An eating disorder is a mental health condition where an individual uses the control of food to cope with feelings and other situations. Unhealthy eating behaviours may take on a variety of different forms. Furthermore, they can be incredibly serious conditions affecting physical, psychological and social function, and most of them develop in adolescence and young adulthood.
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