Rachel Evans, known as 'The Eating Disorder Therapist UK' supports you back to freedom from your eating disorder.
Informed by a strong scientific background, Rachel supports her practices with hypnotherapy and other holistic therapies to offer the best possible guidance to every individual.
Rachel treats anorexia, bulimia, binge eating and orthorexia through her holistic recovery programme, called 'Nourish'. It’s an empowering combination of talking therapy (coaching), Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT: hypnotherapy) and holistic support.
What makes her special
This career choice was inspired by her own struggle with an eating disorder and experience of recovery.
Rachel understands how it feels when everything you think and do is ruled by thoughts of food and weight, that often feel out of your control. She is also aware of how wonderful and joyful life is on the other side of your illness
PhD in the psychology of eating, habits, self-control & behaviour change (University of Sheffield)
Health Psychology MSc. - distinction (University of Nottingham)
Psychology BSc. Hons -first class (University of Nottingham)
Master Practitioner in Eating Disorders & Obesity. inc. Nutritional Interventions (National Centre for Eating Disorders, accredited by the British Psychological Society)
Rapid Transformational Therapist & Certified Hypnotherapist (Marisa Peer Method)
Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Emotional Freedom Technique & Life Coaching
Nutritional Therapist Professional Diploma, Level 5 (Healthy Sciences Academy)
Motivational Interviewing, Health Psychology Theories in Practice (SSCH Health Psychology Consulting)
Rachel takes a holistic approach to your recovery, which addresses your past, present and future.
For your unique experience, she combines her psychology training with pioneering RTT and holistic support.
Rachel finds this combination of therapies helps to go deeper into the therapy and give you everything you need to get your freedom back from your ED.
Rachel understands how it feels when everything you think and do is ruled by thoughts of food and weight, that often feel out of your control.
"I also know how wonderful and joyful life is on the other side of your illness."