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1:1 Services


1:1 personalized support 


Why choose coaching?

  • Do you work with a therapist or dietitian but feel you could benefit from extra support?

  • Do you sometimes leave the therapist's office feeling like you've had some big breakthrough but then find you are still having a hard time implementing new healthy skills and tools to replace disordered patterns? 

  • Do you sometimes leave the dietitian's office with lots of motivation to meet your food goals but then find yourself falling back into old patterns a few days later?

  • Are you tired of obsessing over food and your body?

  • Do you struggle with restricting, binging, purging, over-exercise or chronic dieting?

  • Are you trying to practice intuitive eating and/or movement and in need of guidance?

  • Are your food habits and negative thoughts about your body keeping you from enjoying life? 

Our work together

As a Certified Eating Disorder Recovery Coach and someone who has recovered from her own eating disorder, I provide a safe, judgment free space to work together on your goals. I work with people from all over the world to overcome their eating disorders or disordered eating and make peace with their bodies.


I work in person and/or online, to help you:

  • Explore and work on motivation, patience and hope

  • Define your “why” for recovery, and what you are recovering to

  • Explore your core values

  • Challenge and change disordered thoughts and cognitive distortions

  • Learn and practice new coping skills to address and heal disordered behaviors 

  • Improve your relationship with food and your body

  • Challenge fear foods and food rules

  • Implement intuitive eating and exercise 

  • Improve body image and explore body neutrality 

  • Develop and practice self-compassion 

  • Explore mindfulness and mindfulness-based practices 

The focus of each session is individualized and based on your goals, as well as the goals of any treatment team you may have. 


I meet you where you are

Depending on your individual needs and stage of recovery, I work with you through a combination of: 

  •   1-on-1 talking sessions

  •   Meal support sessions

  •   Between-session goals and assignments

  •   After-hours support by text or email


Our work together will be tailored to your needs - fees thus vary.


1-time call to inspire and strengthen your recovery

Who is this for?

  • Do you struggle with food and body dissatisfaction without suffering from an eating disorder, yet notice that those struggles impact the quality of your life? 

  • Have you done a lot of recovery work yet feel that there are some stones unturned and could use a refresh or deep dive into a coaching tool, tool, or challenge? 

  • Are you a past client, maybe going through a stressful time or a time of transition, noticing that some sabotaging or disordered behaviours and thoughts are sneaking back in?

If you answered yes to any of the above: this is is for you! 

In this 75-minute call, we explore any recovery skill, tool, challenge or topic that YOU want to focus on, for example: how to tune into and strengthen your inner “healthy self”, body image healing in practice, body trust / neutrality, incorporating mindfulness and self-compassion as tools in recovery and beyond, reaching out, challenging foods, etc.


150 EUR including one call and one follow-up personalised email with discussion points and additional worksheets or references as needed. 

Terms and Conditions

All terms and conditions as well as a full copy of the privacy notice applicable will be sent to you when you reach out to book a session. 


Support and guidance for parents and partners 

In this 75-minute call, we will cover a few basics as well as cover the questions you are asking yourself about your loved one’s battle.


Are you seeking more education and information

  • on eating disorders (what they are, how they develop, how one can heal from them), 

  • on the recovery process,

  • on how you may be able to help (guidance on dos and don'ts, compassionate communication)? 


Let's have chat!

Who is this for?

For parents and partners of eating disorder sufferers who are over 18 years of age. 



150 EUR including one call and one follow-up personalised email with discussion points and/or references as needed. 

Terms and Conditions

All terms and conditions as well as a full copy of the privacy notice applicable will be sent to you when you reach out to book a session. 

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  • What is the difference between a therapist and a coach?
    Both roles are different and serve a purpose. A therapist usually focuses on your past and why you developed an eating disorder - while I will always focus on what is going on here and now, how we can take steps in the future. A therapist diagnoses and treats patients, including for other comorbidities - which I do not. As an Eating Disorder Recovery Coach, I support the goals we set together (and in line with your treatment team if you have one), provide accountability in-between session and am typically more available between sessions. Here are a few links if you are curious to learn more about my role as a coach: - What do Eating Disorder Recovery Coaches Do? - a video by the Carolyn Costin Institute - Full recovery and recovery coaching with Carolyn Costin - a video by Mia Findlay, another CCI Coach
  • Why work with a coach if you already have a therapist?
    I am an adjunct to your treatment team, thus to your therapist. I help you implement the goals and changes that you are working on with your therapist. I am typically available in a more flexible way and can provide more accountability, if that is something that you are missing. I provide help with the day-to-day challenges of recovery: making the choices, changing the patterns, eating,... This can also allow you therapist to focus on the underlying issues and larger psychological probelms. I am also trained to use my personal experience in your best interest and aim at providing a source of hope and an example of what recovered life can be.
  • What is the difference between a dietician/nutritionist and a coach?
    A dietician or nutritionist is trained to assess your nutritional status, create a meal plan, make recommendations regarding specific foods, supplements and/or eating changes. I work with you to implement those changes, the new habits into your daily life. I can help you face fear foods, challenge food rules, in words and action (we can eat together!). My aim is to help you do the things you wish you could do with food but currently can't, and stop doing the things you wish you could stop doing but currently can't. I will never prescribe any meal plan or give nutritional advice.
  • What kinds of eating disorders and issues do I work with? What if you are not sure you suffer from an eating disorder or have not been diagnosed?
    I work with clients suffering from all types of eating disorders, compulsive exercise or disordered eating. Being diagnosed is not a pre-condition. If you are in doubt, we can always plan a free discovery call to discuss what behaviors are worrying and why you might need help. If I believe you would best be served by other professionals, I will provide you with references, to the best of my ability.
  • What locations do I serve?
    I live in Brussels, Belgium and provide both live or online services via videoconferencing anywhere in the world, time zones permitting.
  • How frequently would we meet?
    I typically meet client on a weekly basis but this is flexible and tailored to what is most beneficial to you! I find that a weekly schedule is the most effective to work on goals and experience positive change from our work together. And remember that I provide text and/or email support between sessions too.
  • What are my fees?
    Our work together will be tailored to your needs - fees thus vary.
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Eating Disorder Recovery Coaching is different from therapy and is not a substitute for clinical treatment. It can, however, be a great addition or the next step in your recovery journey. If you are actively struggling with an eating disorder, I require that you also meet with a therapist or dietician. I may also require a note from your general practitioner. If you are working with a treatment team, I am happy to collaborate with them! 

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