Eating Disorder - get help in Copenhagen
At the Psychology Group, we help different people with very different treatments, and we can, among other things, help you deal with eating disorders.
Treatment of Eating Disorders
Eating disorders are complex and develop from a range of risk factors including environmental triggers, genetic vulnerabilities, gender, personal temperament, and socio-cultural influences. Each person is an individual, and brings a range of skills and strengths to therapy which we can utilize to reach their treatment goals. For every patient, a tailored and collaborative treatment plan is developed to help them get the most out of their sessions. We understand that every patient is different, and we always take preferences and needs into account when deciding on psychological treatment options.
We see a range of eating disorders, including
- Anorexia Nervosa
- Bulimia Nervosa
- Binge Eating Disorder
- Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID)
- Other Specified Feeding or Eating Disorder (OSFED)
See for instance the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, for more information about types of eating disorders.
Eating disorders often co-occur with other psychological disorders. It is common for anxiety disorders, depression and low mood, and trauma and stress disorders to also require treatment.
During our sessions, we attempt to understand and treat the underlying cause of the eating disorder, while acknowledging that managing eating behaviors also makes up an important part of therapy.
High Quality Treatment
High quality treatment must address the interactions between the psychological, nutritional, and physical aspects of the eating disorder. Due to the complex nature of eating disorders, it is important that treatment be evidence based, individualized, and often integrated between psychologists, dieticians, and General Practitioners.
Some eating disorders can be life threatening. Your health is of the utmost importance to us. Therefore, it is sometimes important that patients are medically supervised while engaging in psychological therapy for eating disorders.
If you have any questions, or would like to discuss treatment options please feel free to get in touch with us
We perform treatments in both English and Danish, so if you live in Denmark and lack treatment, but are English-speaking, we can help.
- LARK PEART
Ensuring that you can find someone with the right training, expertise, and background to help you is very important when starting psychological therapy. The relationship between the client and the therapist is central to change. I invite you to learn a little bit about me to help you decide whether I would be the best therapist for you.
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We are a group of experienced psychologists and therapists providing one-on-one talk therapy and assessments in native-level English, Spanish and German. You can either pick a clinician from below, or let us help you find just the right psychologist for you.
Peter MacFarlane, Ph.D.
Clinic manager, diagnosis, client-centered therapy and emotion-focused therapy.
Lene Bisgaard, M.S.
Markus Lien, M.S.
Cognitive therapy, ADHD (adults), substance abuse, mindfulness and depression.
Hanne-Berit Hahnemann, M.A.
Couple therapy, anxiety, abuse, personality disorders, depression and stress.
Beverley Lim Høeg, M.Sc. , PhD
Stress/burn-out, grief and loss, illness-related issues, anxiety and depression.
Daniela Medina, M.A.
Psychologist offering psychotherapeutic treatment, in both English and Spanish.
Lou James, MA, MSc., PGDip
I offer services in English, to families, parent, couples, individuals, and children.
Pilar, M.S. Psychologist
I am a Spanish psychologist offering treatment in both English and Spanish.
Julia Flückiger, M.S., MAS.
Julia is on maternity leave, and will be back in the summer of 2022.
Lark, Clinical Psychologist
I strive to work collaboratively, honestly, and warmly with each client.
OUR TREATMENT AREAS
We offer therapy to individual adults and children, couples, and families. You choose yourself or are assigned the therapist who can best help you through your specific issues.