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ANOREXIA NERVOSA – Going to University or College can be a Trigger

By Elaine Hodgins / August 26, 2020 /

Most parents fear the word “Anorexia”, as most of us know that it is a serious mental health condition which, if not taken seriously, can have fatal consequences. Anorexia has the highest mortality rate of the food related mental illnesses. As a clinical hypnotherapist and child behavioural specialist I have been treating children, teens and…

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When Should I Worry about my Teenager’s Eating Problem?

By Elaine Hodgins / April 23, 2020 /

What is the difference between normal behaviour and that which may indicate an eating disorder, such as anorexia or bulimia? Most teens worry about their appearance, don’t they? During the teen years and adolescence, self – image and body consciousness is rife. However, if you have noticed that your teen or tween has been fixated…

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Ways to help your child eat fruit and veg

Getting your child to eat fruit and veg!

By Elaine Hodgins / April 24, 2019 /

As caring and nurturing mums and dads, we all want our children to be brought up eating healthily, sleeping well and generally being in good health – don’t we?  But, how do we do that when the child refuses point blank to eat any fruit and vegetables? Children who are fussy eaters have a food…

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