We are all experiencing the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic and we know that many of you will be worried and upset about what it could mean over the coming days and weeks. As always, City Psychology Group (CPG) is here to help and support you.

Many of our clients routinely make use of our equally effective online therapy sessions, so in light of the current situation our team are working very hard to ensure all clients can benefit from continued therapy online. We therefore ask for you to please bear with us during this busy period in order to enable us to continue providing you with the high quality care that we pride ourselves in. You can do this by providing us with as much notice as possible if you are unable to attend a session as demand is currently high.

We wish you well at this uncertain time, and are grateful to all those in other health services elsewhere, who are working selflessly to keep everyone safe.

Be well and there for each other.

Dr Michael Sinclair
CEO, Clinical Director

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Eating Disorders, Anorexia, Bulimia & Binge Eating

Bulimia is an eating disorder in which sufferers binge on food and then make themselves sick in an attempt to avoid weight gain. In between episodes of bingeing, they may feel anxious that they will lose control of themselves and binge again. If you have bulimia, you may think a lot about your weight and physical appearance, lack confidence, and that you lack control over your eating. 

People with anorexia believe they are overweight when they may, in fact, be underweight - sometimes dangerously so. If you have anorexia, you may severely restrict your eating or exercise excessively, and find that you are preoccupied with your eating and body shape. You may be low in mood and feel irritable, due to the effects of eating too little. 

Binge eating disorder involves recurrent episodes of binge eating in the absence of vomiting, excessive exercise, or undereating in between episodes. Sufferers may become very overweight and experience low self-esteem and physical health problems as a result.

Psychological therapy can help sufferers of eating disorders to eat healthily and to overcome issues with self-esteem and lack of confidence.

If you would like to make an appointment

Please contact us on: Tel 0330 333 2323  or our secure online form. 

We are here to answer any questions that you may have.


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