Repair Your Relationship With Food
Clinical psychologist specialising in emotional eating and eating disorders
Does this sound familiar?
Can’t stop thinking about food?
Feel guilty after you eat?
Eat in secret?
Stuck in a cycle of dieting?
Eat when you feel sad, stressed or anxious?
Hate how your body looks?
You can rebuild your relationship with food and feel content in your body
About Dr Jenny Davis
As a clinical psychologist, I have trained for 7 years in a range of therapy approaches for people struggling with different emotional difficulties. I have also conducted research looking at new assessment tools for children and new treatment approaches for people with eating disorders.
I offer a range of evidence-based therapies to help people overcome emotional eating. I also treat eating disorders, including anorexia, bulimia, and binge-eating. I provide Enhanced Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT-E) and MANTRA therapy (Maudsley Model of Anorexia Nervosa Treatment for Adults). In addition, I use compassion-focused therapy and acceptance and commitment therapy to help build self-compassion, overcome self-criticism and negative body image and live in line with their values.
An initial call or zoom meeting to discuss what you are struggling with. This conversation helps ensure that we are the right fit for you before booking an assessment.
The assessment appointment gives us time to thoroughly discuss what you are struggling with and to create a treatment plan for you.
Psychological therapy for anxiety, self-esteem, low mood and eating difficulties. The approach is compassionate and focused, using practical strategies to help you feel better for good.
Specialist eating disorder therapy using CBT, MANTRA and compassion-focused therapy.
How can we help?
We provide comprehensive assessments and effective online therapy for adults (18+).
Do you want to improve your relationship with food and your body? We provide therapy for emotional eating and disordered eating.
Why Choose Us
When you need support with your mental health you deserve to know that the person you see is qualified and experienced.
Dr Jenny Davis is a Clinical Psychologist with 7 years university training and a doctoral degree. Trained in multiple models of therapy so you can receive personalised, evidence-based treatment.
Over 10 years of experience in the field of mental health and 6 years working in specialist eating disorder teams. Experienced in both the NHS and private sector.
Registered and regulated by the Health and Care Professionals Council. Clinical Psychologists are held accountable for their practice so you can trust they are qualified and professional.
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