Anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, orthorexia, body dysmorphia and other eating concerns are complex mental conditions, typically characterised by an unhealthy or disrupted pattern of eating. This can include behavioural symptoms such as excessive exercising.
These conditions are characterised by poor eating behaviours, distorted beliefs and extreme concerns about food, food preparation and body size, shape or weight.
These concerns tend to be forms of obsessive-compulsive behaviours and are the symptoms of complex mental health issues.
Eating disorders can be managed and treated using an integrated approach.
Anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, orthorexia and other eating concerns are complex mental conditions.
Untreated eating disorders can have a negative impact on a person's mental and physical health. Poor eating behaviours, distorted beliefs, and extreme concerns about food, food preparation or body size, shape or weight can lead to serious health problems.
Untreated eating disorders can affect self-esteem, may lead to the development of eating disorders such as bulimia nervosa or anorexia nervosa and cause emotional symptoms such as feeling powerless or out of control.
Eating disorders come with a wide range of symptoms. Left untreated, they can cause significant emotional and physical distress and can be associated with major medical complications.
Secretive behaviour around food, eating in private.
Increased sensitivity surrounding food types consumed and portion sizes.
Erratic behaviour and rituals to obtain and prepare food.
A preoccupation and obsession with food and body image.
Obsessive relationships with food trends and fads in pursuit of a healthy diet
Bingeing and purging to control weight.
Our supportive team works with you to understand and evaluate your current eating and exercising patterns. From here we work with you to identify and address underlying triggers, drivers and causes of disordered eating and achieve long lasting recovery.
Noosa Confidential programs do not have a BMI cut off and do not include forced re-feeding. Meal times are supported by degree qualified practitioners.
No two programs are alike however all include emphasis on mental health and physical wellbeing.
All programs include the coaching of the guests support network and social circle.