Nourishing Recovery provides trauma-informed eating disorder care. We deliver this care with a belief in your autonomy, you as a whole person (not just your label), and that recovery is possible. This eating disorder is not your whole story and we would love to help you move towards the rest of what is to come

Our therapist’s role is to collaboratively help you explore the issues that are underneath the eating problems so that you can move towards and achieve more of the life you want.

Our dietitian’s role is to work with you (again- collaboratively!) to get you to a point of true nourishment, help heal your relationship with food and body, and coordinate medical care with your GP and other medical providers.

When we work together, we can provide an enhanced care for you that is comprehensive and in-depth. Your eating disorder treatment team should also be made up of at the very least, your GP and psychiatrist (if you have one). We will readily and frequently coordinate with all members of your team to ensure medical and psychological safety.

Sarah Curry, MSc, RD, cPT

Sarah is a trauma-informed Registered Dietitian Nutritionist specialising in eating disorders, body image, and IBS.  She works with clients from 5 to 95-years-old. Her philosophy of nutrition is built on a framework of intuitive eating and that body shape is an unreliable indicator of health.  While science-driven and realistic, her approach is one of compassion and non-judgement. 

Sarah’s connection to her work stems from the massive role food plays in our lives.  By removing obstacles of fear and misconceptions around food, it clears the path for more presence in our relationships, the roles we play, and even in the actual pleasure that comes from food.  Her passion is to empower her clients to see they truly can take off the burden of fear of food and warring with their bodies to live a whole life beyond. 

Sarah also has extensive training in childhood feeding, eating disorders, body image work, MONASH FODMAP training, trauma-informed care as well as sports nutrition.   She is also DBT, RO-DBT, ACT, and CBT-E informed.

Sarah has been a dietitian for 20 years in both the UK and Los Angeles and has done extensive training in the following…

  • CBT-E, ACT, DBT, RO-DBT informed Eating Disorder care
  • Trauma-informed care
  • MONASH FODMAP & IBS training
  • Gastroenterology
  • Certified Intuitive Eating Counsellor
  • Responsive Feeding Therapy (RFT) for childhood eating difficulties
  • CBT for ARFID
  • Sports Nutrition

And, while it’s not a professional qualification, she is a mother of 3 children and understands the emotions and challenges of feeding a family day in and day out.

Sarah is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) in the UK and the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) with the States.  She is a member of the British Dietetic Association (BDA).

Sarah Kaye, MBACP

Sarah Kaye is a trauma aware, integrative psychotherapist with a specialist interest in body image, relationship with self and the potential impacts of trauma. She completed her Fd in Counselling through the University of Ulster and has since become BACP Accredited and has trained as a Clinical Supervisor. Sarah’s work incorporates humanistic, psychodynamic and cognitive behavioural approaches and these modalities will be adapted to each client and what you need. She believes that the client is central to the healing process and will work with you to explore how you have got to where you are, where you would like to be and how to get there. Sarah has studied a PG Cert in Complex Trauma and Childhood Sexual Abuse and has completed additional training in Internal Family Systems, working with PTSD, suicide awareness and prevention (STORM/ASIST), Single Session therapy amongst others. She is particularly interested in offering space to consider relationships (with self and others), shame and develop self compassion. 

  • Fd Distinction in Counselling
  • PGCert Working with Complex Trauma and Childhood Sexual Abuse
  • Safeguarding Training
  • Suicide Prevention Training

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