Therapy for Avoidant Restrictive Food Disorder (ARFID)/Selective Eating Disorder (SED)
People with avoidant restrictive food intake disorder (also called selective eating disorder) are often mistaken for fussy eaters, but If you’re affected by ARFID you’ll know it’s much more serious.
The idea of eating any food that isn’t ‘safe’ makes you feel panicky or sick. The illness can impact your health because you’re not getting the nutrients you need.
The good news is you can overcome ARFID with the right help.
ARFID is a kind of food phobia; you unconsciously associate danger with certain foods. Using a specialist approach that integrates NLP and clinical psychology I help you address what first triggered the fear, and show your unconscious mind that the fear isn’t needed.
A fast and effective solution from the leading specialist
I am one of the few therapists in the country to have trained with the world’s leading expert on ARFID, Felix Economakis, who has helped thousands of people with ARFID and treated sufferers on the BBC programmes Freaky Eaters and Panic Room.
I’ve adopted his approach to offer you the most effective treatment in the shortest time. Most clients find they can eat free of fear after just one session.
Get in touch if you want to overcome ARFID, or you’re a parent or carer of a child affected by ARFID. I’ll be happy to answer any questions and arrange a consultation.
For more information you can also visit my website at www.SelectiveEating.com
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