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Eating Disorder Treatment

For those who have never struggled with their mental health, it can be difficult to understand that there is no easy or quick fix. Placing pressure on yourself to “get better” quickly is unhelpful and can create further suffering. Recovery from mental health difficulties takes time and patience.

We offer programs and services that treat a variety of mental health issues, but the psychological treatment of eating disorders is a main focus at our practice. These disorders can impact on relationships, mood, study or work, and body image. As well, it is exceedingly difficult for people who suffer from an eating disorder to seek help.

Peaceful Mind Psychology is Here for You

We have devoted so much of our time and attention to the treatment of eating disorders. We’re here for you, and we know that your recovery process will not happen overnight. However, we also know that it cannot happen at all if it never begins. Please reach out to us and we can work alongside you to help you recover.

Our practice was founded in 2015 by Natalie Incledon. Natalie has a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology and an impressive track record working with women. The kindness and care she brings to the profession sets Peaceful Mind Psychology apart. Under her direction, our staff has grown to include many qualified psychologists, all of who share the same passion for creating a comfortable and safe environment for treatment.

We Offer a Variety of Proven Therapies

Eating disorders between individuals share similarities, but that does not mean everyone experiences them in the same way. Eating disorders also vary in their underlying cause and factors that contribute to their maintenance. Every person is different, and that’s why we use multiple types of therapy that have been proven to work in a clinical setting.

Some of our therapies include:

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – Enhanced (CBT-E)
  • Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

Treatments are tailored to the individual person and our therapists collaborate with you to achieve your personal goals.