Fast and Effective ARFID Treatment
Selective Eating Disorder Doesn’t Need to Control Your Life
Specialist help for Selective Eating Disorder (SED) & Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID)
These are just some of the issues people living with ARFID face.
While fussy eaters choose not to eat certain foods, ARFID sufferers don’t have a choice. In fact, people with ARFID have a phobia of certain foods.
Life revolves around food.
When you’re embarrassed, anxious or worried about your eating habits, it restricts all areas of your life.
The 3-Phase ARFID Treatment Approach
I offer an approach to ARFID that draws on years of research and study.
I combine elements of clinical psychology, hypnotherapy and NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) to address the part of the brain that confuses food as a threat.
The session helps you understand the anxiety that is driving this disorder and offers a gentle approach to reset the fear so you leave being able to try previously off-limit foods.
In just one 2-hour session you will…
Address Food Fears
Change your perception, get answers and clear up misunderstanding around food.
Get Rapid Results
With an extremely high success rate, most of my clients are trying new foods by the end of the session.
Transform Your Life
Rebuild your confidence, get healthy, start going out, and take back control of your life.
I’m Anthony, a seasoned therapist specializing in Selective Eating Disorder (SED), also known as Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID).
Recognising the lengthy and sometimes traumatic nature of traditional ARFID treatments, I saw the necessity for a gentler and more efficient therapy-based approach.
With over 30 years of experience in the hypnotherapy and NLP world, I redirected my focus towards helping individuals overcome food phobias and enhance their quality of life.
Clients come to me for my effective, one-session results-based approach.
You don’t have to struggle with this condition – you can overcome it and reclaim your life with joy and freedom.
Featured as Expert Therapist on BBC Radio AND “Dr Ranj’s Food Phobics” (formerly called “Extreme Food Phobics”).
“Anthony Tait is one of the UK’s leading food Phobia Experts”
-Dr Ranj Singh
"Just after one session my disorder is cured. Anthony has changed my life!"
“For about 15 years or so I have been very restricted on what I could eat due to ARFID. After just 1 session with Anthony, he has cured my disorder and I am able to try anything that is put in front of me.
I have found so many new things that I love already and cannot thank him enough.”
- Dom McAllister
"My son started trying different foods that I wouldn't even dream of"
“We went to see Anthony for my 11-year-old son who has struggled to eat different variety of foods since he was five months old. I am so glad that we have seen Anthony as my son started trying different foods that I wouldn't even dream of.
Thanks for helping us Anthony and I hope that so many people struggling out there can reach out to you.”
"After just one 2-hour ARFID therapy session, my life really has changed."
"I have suffered with ARFID my entire life (24yo) and had accepted the fact I was always going to be a 'fussy eater'. When I came across Anthony's website, I decided to book a session with him.
I was quite skeptical as to whether this would work for me as it was so hard to imagine eating any new foods. However, after just one 2-hour session, my life really has changed."
- Kiera Harrison
WHAT MAKES SELECTIVE EATING DIFFERENT
What is the best therapy for ARFID?
The reason you haven’t had success in the past is that the knowledge and study of ARFID is still relatively new.
It often goes misdiagnosed due to the mass unawareness of food phobias.
Traditional approaches to ARFID often involve treating clients like other eating disorders and “exposing” them to their feared foods. This often induces anxiety and proves to be a lengthy and costly process.
My therapy-based approach focuses on updating your perception of food. A single session often results in effective change – transforming your relationship with food.