Helping you to Rebuild your Relationship with Food

The Food Therapy Clinic can help you to manage emotional eating through helping you to deal with your emotions and building new coping mechanisms that you can use going forward. 

Emotional Eating

The Food Therapy Clinic uses a range of techniques to help you to manage your emotions and take control of your food choices 

Food Psychology Clinic uses a range of techniques to help you to overcome your sugar addiction.

 Do you notice that you turn to food when you feel sad/stressed/anxious/lonely or bored?

Do you eat to cope but then feel guilty for having used food as your coping mechanism?

Are you regularly eating in response to your emotions, despite not feeling physically hungry?

Do you often feel out of control around food when you are emotional and notice that once you start eating, you can’t stop?

At The Food Therapy Clinic we help you to resolve the underlying depression/anxiety/sadness or loneliness that is causing you to turn to food.  We also equip you with new coping mechanisms so that, in the future, you will be able to deal with your emotions without needing to turn to food every time.


Combining a range of techniques to optimise mental and physical health.

At The Food Therapy Clinic we know that it can be very frustrating for an individual that wants to lead a healthy lifestyle but seems to still turn to food for comfort even when they are not physically hungry.  We understand that helping an individual to manage emotional eating requires addressing the issue using several techniques - including those derived from the fields of CBT, NLP, hypnotherapy, other forms of psychotherapy, nutrition and food psychology.

An interdisciplinary approach

Resolving the root cause 

Providing a long-term solution


We help you to feel better and to develop new coping mechanisms

An individual often falls into the habit early on in life.  In order to address emotional eating for the long-term it is key to first address the underlying emotional issues that the individual it turning to food to cope with.  Secondly it is then key to equip individuals with coping mechanisms that they can use to manage their emotions going forward.


For each individual there will be unique physical drivers and psychological patterns that cause them to turn to food when they feel sad/lonely/anxious.  Once we have identified these patterns and drivers, we can help you to make lasting changes - leaving you free to enjoy your life!

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