Reconnecting to your body with mindful eating

By Madalyn Oliver In today’s society, we are often encouraged to strive for impossible standards of perfection, particularly when...

October 15

Carer’s Blog 3: Helping your loved one to better manage their emotions

By Madalyn Oliver Often individuals with an eating disorder can find it difficult to manage and regulate emotions. Whilst...

October 12

Bodymatters welcomes Amy Newsom to the team!

NICKNAME: Ams or Ame QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor of Arts (Psychology & Indonesian Studies), Honours in Psychological Sciences & Associate Member...

October 8

Carer’s Blog 2: How to communicate with your loved one about their eating disorder

By Madalyn Oliver Communication during recovery from an eating disorder is vital. It is important that the sufferer and...

October 7

Carer’s Blog 1: Reflecting on our responses to our loved ones eating disorder

By Madalyn Oliver Parents, carers and other family members are usually the main support system for sufferers of an...

October 2

Bodymatters welcomes Rebecca to the team!

NICKNAME: Bec QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor of Business Administration with a Bachelor of Arts – Psychology ACHIEVEMENTS: Personally, I think my...

September 30

The benefits of Yoga for Eating Disorders

By Deborah Etienne-Ward Yoga offers many benefits by promoting connectedness between the mind and the body. Yoga has been...

September 24

Why ‘Fun Foods’ should be part of your Food Plan

By Deborah Etienne-Ward Food plans are usually composed of three meals and three snacks per day, no more than...

September 18

Four strategies to help with living with a chronic health condition

By Dr Kylie Mosely A chronic health condition is typically a persistent and long-term condition; it involves making adjustments to...

September 14

Common signs of Relapse

By Deborah Etienne-Ward Relapse does not equal a fail Relapse is a normal part of the recovery process of...

September 9