Reaching Out For Help Is Hard

We hear you. And we know that everyone’s relationship with food and their body is different, which is why our services are tailored to meet you, where you’re at.

Binge Eating Disorder Treatment. At Home.

Does food and eating overwhelm you? Read everything there is to know about eating, but still feel like you don’t know how to “eat normally”. Start every day feeling strong but finding yourself out of control around food each night? We get it.

Our approach is founded on the principles of:

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    Building Inner Wisdom: reconnecting with body cues and rejecting diet mentality

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    Gentle Nutrition: Discovering what "health" means to you

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    All Bodies Are Good Bodies: Challenging society beauty ideals that dictate what we should look like

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    Community: Finding your community of people that "get it"

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    Building Your Toolbox: Navigating triggers and finding alternatives

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    Holistic Care: Building Your Village Of Health Professionals to support your journey

It’s quite common to over-eat. Having second or thirds of a tasty meal, or enjoying all the delicious foods cooked up in a christmas lunch.

However, for some people, over-eating might be a regular occurrence and leave you feeling out of control, embarrassed and ashamed about your eating habits. But, as much as you wish to stop, the compulsion to keep eating can be so strong.

Binge Eating Disorder (BED) is a serious eating disorder. It’s more than just overindulging, it’s a genuine emotional and physical struggle (often daily) that can leave you feeling isolated, overwhelmed and full of guilt.

When you work with an Imbodi Health Binge Eating Dietitian, we don’t just look at your diet. We take a holistic approach to understanding you as person and develop a plan to build a healthy relationship with food and body, together.

We adopt the Health At Every Size (HAES) philosophy, which focuses on changing health behaviour, rather than setting goals around changing body weight, shape or size.

Through Binge Eating Disorder treatment together, we will also explore things such as food neutrality – the idea that there is no one food better than the other, identify and challenge any “food fears” these are foods that might cause guilt, shame and anxiety, explore our body image, and develop trust in our body’s own internal cues.

1:1 Binge Eating Disorder Coaching

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Discovery Call

A complimentary discovery call with an Imbodi Health eating disorder dietitian is your opportunity to get to know us and share your struggles, goals and concerns. During this call, we'll discuss how we might work together and what this looks like moving forward.


We kick of the onboarding process by getting you to fill out some forms, booking in your appointments and downloading our app so you can kick start the messaging support and start to work through our online program to compliment the work we're doing together.

Weekly or Fortnightly Check-Ins

We'll collaboratively decide whether we want to work together on a weekly or fortnightly basis. We often say these sessions can seem like a psychology session, but we talk about food. We'll discuss what's been going well for you and any challenges you may have faced, develop some new strategies that can help you move towards your goals and provide nutrition counselling to help support your journey.

How We Work:

We don’t do a one-size fits approach. Our unique way of working with you provides you the support you need, when you need it.

  • Your personal dietitian: It’s important that we’re a good match to work together, and that’s why we have discovery call’s with all of our new clients so you can see if we’re a good fit.
  • Personalised Plan: After a few sessions of getting to know you, your dietitian can make a comprehensive assessment and develop a personalised nutrition plan to help you reach your goals.
  • 1:1 Support: The regular 1:1 sessions with your dietitian will be the backbone of your work together. You’ll work together to understand not just what you eat, but why you eat, develop skills in developing a regular eating pattern and work through challenges that come up along the way.
  • Holistic: We don’t just look at food, we also look at areas such as sleep, movement, digestion, supplements, medication and more.
  • Working With Your Team: We believe that recovery works best when we have a team involved. We’ll make regular contact with your care team to ensure we’re all on the same page.
  • Online Program: To accompany our work together, you’ll receive access to our signature online program to support the work that we do in our 1:1 sessions. We’ll cover areas such as identifying food rules, understanding our body image story and building balanced meals.
  • Messaging Support: We believe that the real challenges happen outside of the session. Our clients get between session to support to answer any tricky questions that happen along the way.

Frequently Asked Questions

It's important to us to ensure that we're the right fit to work together.

To kick off working with us, book in a free 15 minute discovery call with one of our Binge Eating Dietitians.

In this call we can see if we're a good fit to work together, discuss what treatment for Binge Eating will look like, understand what's been going on for you and develop a plan for moving forward.

Yes, all of our Imbodi Health Eating Disorder Dietitian's  accept referrals under Medicare Eating Disorder Plan known as an Eating Disorder Treatment Plan (EDP). Eligibility for an Eating Disorder Plan Medicare can be determined by your General Practitioner (GP) or Psychiatrist. If you qualify for this, you will be eligible to receive a medicare rebate for up to 20 sessions with a dietitian. Please note we do not bulk-bill, therefore there is a gap payment. 

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In addition to Binge Eating, our dietitians work with a wide range of conditions. We also see people who want assistance with:

Binge Eating Disorder can be diagnosed by a qualified healthcare professional, such as a GP or psychologist. 


If you think you may have Binge Eating Disorder, there are common behaviors associated with this eating disorder. These include but are not limited to:


  • Loss of control while eating
  • Consuming unusually large amounts of food
  • Experiencing recurrent and frequent episodes, often within specific time periods (e.g., 2 hours)
  • Episodes not followed by purging
  • Engaging in secretive eating behaviors
  • Eating even when already uncomfortably full
  • Experiencing feelings of shame or guilt related to eating behaviors


If you relate with any of these behaviours, having a chat with your GP can be a great place to start. 


For more information on signs, symptoms, and the process of being diagnosed with an eating disorder, you can read our blog article here. 

Our dietitians will work with you to collaboratively create a personalised recovery plan around your goals and needs. 


This may look like:

  • Understanding what recovery looks like for you
  • Identifying triggers and patterns 
  • Providing a safe space to share any struggles or challenges
  • Celebrating all the wins along the way
  • Providing accountability to keep pushing, even when it all feels too hard


Our team are university-qualified Accredited Practising Dietitians (APD) and Nutritionists certified by Dietitian’s Australia. They are also Credentialed Eating Disorder Clinicians (CEDC) recognized by the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Eating Disorders, and regularly engage in ongoing professional development and training focused on eating and body image concerns. 


This means you can be confident you are getting specialised nutrition guidance to support your recovery journey!

You don't need a referral to get started on your recovery journey. Just book a discovery call, and we can chat about the best ways to support you.


If you're in Australia and have a relevant diagnosis, you might be eligible for an Eating Disorder Care Plan (EDP) referral under Medicare to see a dietitian. This could give you a rebate for up to 20 sessions with a dietitian and 40 with a psychologist over a 12-month treatment cycle.


Accessing the EDP is as simple as visiting your General Practitioner (GP), where they'll assess eligibility and help assemble a healthcare team to support your recovery.