ARFID & Food Aversions Toolkit
A toolkit designed to help you understand what may be driving your food aversions and what you can do about them
Helping you to Rebuild your Relationship with Food
We at The Food Therapy Clinic can help you to manage food aversions and ARFID through helping you to change your mindset around food. Worrying about food, feeling uncomfortable around certain foods and being nervous to socialise around food can really affect your enjoyment of life. We want to help free you from that constant struggle and battle with food. We have found that an inter-disciplinary treatment combining psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, behaviour change techniques and nutrition advice can be extremely effective at treating food aversions and ARFID. we want to free you from worrying about food so that you can just get on with enjoying your life.
Food Aversions or ARFID (Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder)
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Do you feel extremely anxious when it comes to eating certain foods?
Do you feel that eating certain foods will make you gag, choke or vomit?
Do you just stick to a limited range of "safe" foods?
Have you noticed that just the thought of certain foods makes you feel uneasy or unwell?
Have you tried to add these foods into your diet but struggled to enjoy them or eat them regularly?
Are you fed up of people telling you that it is easy to just start eating the foods you are anxious about?
Food aversions often develop early on in life and can cause an individual to feel extremely uncomfortable around certain foods. Typically even just thinking about these foods can make an individual feel unwell or anxious. However using a combination of techniques from NLP, hypnotherapy, CBT, other forms of psychotherapy, nutrition and food psychology, it is possible to help an individual to start finding pleasure in the foods that they had once avoided.
Combining a range of techniques to optimise mental and physical health.
We know that food aversions can make your life very difficult. It can be extremely overwhelming to feel the need to avoid certain foods all of the time. We also know however that once we can get to the origin of the aversion - that we can help you to build new habits and a new mindset around these foods. Using a range of techniques through our unique method FTCM®, our team of specialist therapists can help an you to become more curious about the foods that you have been avoiding and even enable you to start deriving pleasure from these foods.
Why Choose To Work With Us
Once you think about certain food differently, you will feel much more comfortable eating them
Food aversions can have a significant impact on someone’s quality of life - and others often don’t understand just now much it can affect someone negatively. Our unique food aversion treatment, FTCM®, can shift your mindset so that you see the foods you had feared, completely differently. Rather than having to see a separate psychotherapist, hypnotherapist, nutritionist and behaviour change specialistic- you can get all of these services in one session.
For each individual there will be unique physical drivers and psychological patterns that cause them to suffer with food aversions. Once we have identified these patterns and drivers for you, we can help you to make lasting changes - leaving you free to enjoy your life and food!
Get in Touch
Get in touch to book in a free consultation
We understand how challenging it can be to face issues around food and know that it will be important for you to find the right treatment for you. This is why we think that it is important that you are given the opportunity to speak to someone at the clinic before committing to any therapy packages or products. We offer a 20 minute free phone consultation to anyone that is thinking about booking in a session or signing up for an online programme. Use the contact form below or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book in your 20-minute consultation.