Julie de Rohan, Binge Eating Disorder and HSP Specialist
**Please note: My practice and my waiting list are currently both full and I regret I'm unable to take on any new clients.
- Does your eating feel out of control?
- Do you eat when you're not hungry?
- Do you keep eating when you're full?
- Do you eat to avoid your feelings?
Suffering with compulsive eating, emotional eating or binge eating disorder can feel distressing, shameful and lonely.
I've been helping people with these issues for many years and I know how vulnerable you feel trying to find someone who truly understands. It's important to me to provide a safe, non-judgemental and confidential space for you to explore your struggles with food and body image.
We'd actively work to heal the issues underlying your eating, such as developmental trauma, low self-esteem, difficulty expressing feelings and identifying personal boundaries.
We'd also explore the negative impact dieting has on your drive to binge, and focus on developing the calm and natural relationship with food you want and deserve.
Having resolved my own issues with binge eating many years ago, I'd really like to help you make peace with food and yourself.
I'm a highly sensitive person (HSP) and I specialise in working with clients who are also highly sensitive.
I write a blog as a resource for people who binge eat which you're welcome to follow at juliederohan.com.
I also provide training on understanding binge eating and obesity to mental health practitioners and medical professionals. Please contact me to discuss your training requirements.
Training, qualifications & experience
I have a Masters degree in Person-Centred Counselling from the University of East Anglia and have also trained in Schema Therapy with Schema Therapy Associates at the British Psychological Society in London.
I completed my MA research dissertation on compulsive eating and obesity in 2011. I've worked exclusively with clients with overeating issues since 2012, both in private practice and at the Norwich charity Eating Matters where I'm Team Leader of the Emotion-driven Overeating Section.
I've successfully completed Dr. Elaine Aron's programme on Psychotherapy and the Highly Sensitive Person and am an HSP-knowledgeable therapist.
I'm a registered and accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and a certified online therapist.
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Areas of counselling I deal with
Other areas of counselling I deal with
Compulsive eating, emotional eating, body image, obesity, self-care, emotional resilience and self-compassion.
My practice and my waiting list are currently both full and I'm unable to take on any new clients.
Please note I work with clients who don't compensate for their bingeing or overeating by fasting, purging, using laxatives or over-exercising. Therefore, my practice isn't suitable for people suffering with bulimia nervosa.
My pronouns are she/her.