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Clinical Perfectionism and Eating Disorders

By Deborah Etienne-Ward People with clinical perfectionism judge themselves based on their ability to meet exceptionally high standards in...

February 8

Do “cheat meals” encourage binge eating?

By Madalyn Oliver Depending on who you ask, the definition of a “cheat meal” will vary. However, for the...

January 19

Medication for eating disorders blog 3: Medication and weight gain

By Deborah Etienne-Ward One of the main concerns that our clients often face when considering whether to include medication...

January 16

116 New Years goals that don’t involve weight loss

By Sarah McMahon As we begin yet another year it is normal (and healthy!) to reflect on the year that has...

January 4

Shifting the focus of New Year’s resolutions

By Madalyn Oliver New Year’s Eve is often a time of fresh starts, hopeful beginnings and New Year’s resolutions....

December 29

BodyMatters appointments over the holiday period

With Christmas and the end of year holiday period fast approaching, we would like to inform our clients, their...

December 23

Helping your loved one survive Christmas with an eating disorder

By Madalyn Oliver Tis the season to be jolly but for those affected by an eating disorder Christmas can...

December 22

How to stop eating your feelings

By Rebecca Stern An individual can develop an unsatisfying relationship with another person for many reasons. Below are just...

December 11

Carer’s Blog 5: Taking care of YOU: Self-care strategies for carers and family members

By Madalyn Oliver It is not uncommon for the effects of an eating disorder to be felt not only...

October 23

Carer’s Blog 4: Making rules and setting clear boundaries when caring for a loved one with an eating disorder

By Madalyn Oliver Typically, families need rules in order to define what is expected of each family member, clarify...

October 21