Eating Disorder Help Using NICE Guidelines

Breathe Therapies’ mission is the provision of effective and safe treatment interventions for people who suffer from obesity, weight management, eating disorders or psychological issues throughout the UK from its North West base. Typical therapeutic programmes include treatment for bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, anorexia nervosa, EDNOS (eating disorder not otherwise specified), compulsive eating and failed dieting.

Breathe founder and Clinical Director Shelley Perry is a former eating disorder sufferer who knows how it feels to be in such a position. As a consequence, Breathe Therapies are driven to provide long lasting remedies to their clients’ current suffering and sustain a healthy lifestyle going forward into their future.

Breathe provide eating disorder treatment in North West Lancashire and use a treatment model developed by the National Centre For Eating Disorders, delivered as a range of research based interventions for eating disorders and obesity. This methodology is holistic and is an overall patient centric approach dependent on the individuals need.

Common historically delivered single treatment solutions like cognitive behavioural therapy can be only short term in nature and if administered without dietetic and medical interventions and an experienced multi-disciplinary team, can result in a higher possibility of relapse.

Typical eating disorder help from Breathe Therapies includes a permutation of different approaches including motivational enhancement therapy, nutritional counselling, psycho-education, cognitive behavioural techniques, EMDR, neuro linguistic programming, clinical psychology, cognitive analytical therapy and dietetics.

Most importantly, Breathe encourage sufferers to engage within the community which helps them overcome their problem by adjusting them to a life outside their eating disorder.

Breathe do this by operating a number of support groups including body image, raising self esteem, art therapy, anxiety management, mindfulness, Pilates, compassionate mind, motivational enhancement therapy, munch bunch, nutritional management and supported cookery.

Breathe practitioners work alongside consultant psychologists, family doctors, practice nurses, social service providers and community mental health teams. In addition and where appropriate, a client’s family may be asked to participate in a treatment programme.

Shelley Perry commented “Clients find out what precipitates, perpetuates and pre-disposes them to what is making them unhappy, what leads to bad habits and self-destructive behaviour patterns. This new self-awareness enables them to develop new aims and strategies in all aspects of their life so they can make a good long lasting recovery and improve their quality of life.”

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