Blog2022-03-04T10:27:16+11:00

The Eating Disorder Voice

Almost all my patients talk to me of the “voice” that they hear. The (usually) harsh and critical voice that talk, shouts and cajoles all the time.  Sometimes it is reported as a friend, sometimes more like a dictator. Patients often feel scared and trapped by this voice, compelled to do what it says in an effort to silence it.  Often the voice feels more powerful than the person. What is the relationship between the anorexic [...]

What to do when the ‘evidence based treatments’ are not successful?

What to do when the ‘evidence based treatments’ are not successful? One of the big questions in the field is what should you do if an evidence based treatment is not successful. If we look at binge eating as a behaviour, and thus covering the diagnosis of bulimia nervosa (BN) and binge eating disorder (BED), then the “treatment of choice” would be Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). Yet we know that not all people recover using CBT [...]

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