Dr Anna is a chartered clinical psychologist and hypnotherapist. Having specialised in eating disorders for twenty years she is passionate about early intervention and creating a healthy relationship with food from birth. Stage fright is her other area of expertise. She works on many of the West End shows with both adults and child stars. She is also working with many barristers and the bar in general. You can often catch Dr Anna on TV or the radio, talking about the above issues or anything else.
Living our lives for likes is both addictive, toxic and undoubtedly leads to increased anxiety and low self-esteem
The primal brain doesn’t engage in rational thought or understanding. It doesn’t goal set, or process complex issues. Food is not a luxury, it’s a necessity and ultimately what keeps us alive.
04/01/2019 09:53 GMT
Communication between teenagers and parents can be a complicated matter, especially when it comes to discussing tricky topics
19/12/2017 14:00 GMT
t is vital that we keep the conversation around body image open. Young people rarely want to talk about what is upsetting them when they are in the midst of it - they often return to it at a later date when they feel less vulnerable and more comfortable.
24/05/2017 14:21 BST
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