Treat Yourself Well is a high quality compassion focused and trauma informed psychology practice.
We provide psychological assessment, treatment and intervention
for eating disorders, trauma, anxiety, stress, depression, and
relationship and interpersonal matters.
Our highly experienced team use a wide range of evidence based practices that are tailored to you.
We are experienced with body image difficulties, problematic eating, and take a weight neutral approach to health using a
Health At Every Size (HAES) approach. We move the focus from weight and size towards your health and wellbeing -
you will become compassionate and loving towards yourself, which leads to lasting self care. We acknowledge the impact of early attachment and neurodevelopment on the development of self, recognise the disruptions resulting from acute and complex trauma and its effect on our body and our mind.
The heart of what we do is to motivate and empower people to embrace their true self and treat themselves in the best possible way,
psychologically and physically.
Let us help you find your way back to you.
Our key approaches
Compassion is an essential aspect of wellbeing. The overarching goal is to cultivate compassion for self and others and reduce shame and self criticism. It brings together neuroscience and psychology to help us understand what drives us to behave, feel or think in these particular ways and help us learn new strategies that generate contentment and safety.
When we are practising mindfulness we are engaged fully in what we are doing rather than ‘getting lost’ in thoughts. We are allowing feelings and thoughts to be as they are, letting them come and go rather than trying to push them away or make them stay. Mindfulness simply means being in the present moment with awareness, openness, and acceptance. Mindfulness contributes to an acceptance of self without judgement.
Being trauma informed is understanding trauma and its effects on development, health, wellbeing, relationships and the world around us.
Trauma Informed Practice brings together neurobiology, an understanding of attachment, and our early developmental experiences to foster physical, emotional and psychological safety. It is a strengths based framework recognising that we responded the best way we could.
Healing from trauma occurs in a relational context. The goal is to work with the mind and body to develop a sense of safety in the world around us, build trust, develop skills and create opportunities for empowerment.
Therapeutic, thoughtful space
Our beautifully appointed and private rooms help you feel super comfortable. When you arrive, you'll meet Karen who will welcome you, show you around and take care of all the admin.
We are a Neurodiversity Affirming Practice
Embracing diversity & bodies of all shapes and sizes