Eatonomy - helping you making peace with food and yourself
Eatonomy® is a monthly self-development and support group for women struggling with overeating issues such as compulsive eating, emotional eating, and binge eating disorder. It’s facilitated by specialist psychotherapist and researcher, Julie de Rohan.
Each month we tackle a different concern underlying overeating/bingeing to help you understand what really drives your eating behaviour. For example, the negative impact of dieting, difficulties with body image and identity, and obstacles to self-compassion and self-care.
There’s a specific question to explore each month. Participants are invited to reflect on their thoughts and feelings and share them with the group. Please see the 'community' page at juliederohan.com for more details.
Struggling with emotion-driven overeating typically makes you feel lonely and isolated. The group offers an opportunity to share your experiences with a like-minded community in a safe space, and find ongoing support to help you work towards making peace with food and yourself.
Sessions take place from 10.30am-12.30pm on the last Saturday of the month in Wymondham, Norfolk (please note there are no sessions in August and December).
If you’re not sure if the group is right for you, you’re very welcome to get in touch to have a chat.
This is what some of our participants are saying:
"I find it a place where you can say what you feel or think without being judged" - 'Claire', Eatonomy group member
"I find the group atmosphere one of open-mindedness, non-judgemental, relaxed and respectful, and expertly facilitated by Julie. I look forward to every group knowing I'll take away learning, encouragement and personal gain" - 'Vicky', Eatonomy group member
Places are limited so early booking is recommended.
About Julie De Rohan
I'm a BACP accredited psychotherapist who specialises in emotion-driven overeating. I know what it's like to be stuck in a bingeing/shame cycle. After decades of bingeing, overeating, failing diets, weight loss and weight gain, I've normalised my eating and now enjoy a peaceful relationship with food. My aim is to help you do the same.