Last updated on September 20th, 2020
Parents: get support or coaching from me to boost you as you deal with the eating disorder
My book and my Bitesize audios are guiding thousands of parents to support their child. But sometimes it's a relief for parents to talk things through directly with me:
- Get practical information and weigh up options
- Get coaching on feeding your son or daughter
- Get coaching on compassionate communication (essential with your child… and with anyone)
- Get emotional support for yourself
"After 5 years of helping my daughter battle anorexia, I found the compassion, understanding and practical coaching from you of more help than anything else on our journey. For anyone wondering if this might help, there is no doubt that it will."
Support for parents, wherever they are in the world
By video call (Zoom — the technology is easy). Or by email (or a mixture of video call and email)
"What we parents need is compassion and practical advice and you are a master on both."
Be more effective, right away: towards recovery from the eating disorder
With individual support you benefit from the wealth of knowledge that could otherwise take you years to collect and make sense of. And at the same time you get the care you need for yourself.
I ask for: £97 for a 1.5 hour call (I recommended this for the first calls) or £69 for an hour (plus £4 if you are outside the UK, to cover Paypal’s fee).
Propose a time that suits you
On the calendar below (or here), please propose a time and jot a few words to tell me what support you're needing. The sessions on the calendar are automatically 1.5 hour. I recommend this for a first call so you can leave with lots of good help. If we've already talked, go ahead with the calendar and let me know if you want just one hour.
If I don't have any slots in my diary
Make sure you scroll down on the calendar to see all the available times in any day.
I am really sorry if much is already booked up. I know how urgent it can be to get the right help.
My availability goes in waves, and there can be cancellations, so if my diary is very full, do check again. Meanwhile, may I suggest you get hold of my book or of my Bitesize audios, as plenty of parents tell me they've had breakthroughs from some tips in there. Bitesize, in particular, covers topics that usually come up in calls, and you can hear me modelling communication.
Another tip: your country may have an eating disorder charity offering support. In the UK, BEAT has a lot to offer parents.
If you prefer you can use this contact form: