I help frustrated people to escape binge eating, emotional eating, and overwhelming thoughts about food, by combining the insight and emotional depth of therapy with proactive solution-focused coaching.
Binge Eating Therapy
  • It is exhausting constantly thinking about eating and feeling that you don’t have control over food.
  • It is frustrating knowing what you should do, but not being able to do it.
  • It is isolating feeling alone and judged, and just wanting to feel ‘normal’.
I help people who want to:
  • Stop binge eating for good
  • Get freedom from constant thoughts about food and your weight
  • Escape the cycle of yo-yo dieting and weight gain
I combine counselling, to understand and overcome emotional barriers, with the strategies and energy of coaching, to help you make lasting change.

Find out how you can escape binge eating with 1:1 binge eating therapy.
About Dr Kirsten Keighley
  • I am a Registered Counsellor (MBACP, British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy), certified Health Coach, and a doctor by research (PhD).
  • specialise in binge eating, emotional eating and helping people change their health behaviours, and have:
  • 17 years’ experience, including as Senior Scientist at the University of Cambridge Centre for Diet and Activity Research.
  • Helped thousands of people improve their health behaviours.
  • Appeared on BBC Breakfast and consulted for TV programmes including Easy Ways to Live Well with Steph McGovern and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall on BBC1.
As an overweight child and someone who emotionally ate and yo-yo dieted through my teens and twenties, I know that eating issues are complicated and can't be fixed with normal diets. By retraining your mind, it is possible to have a healthy relationship with food and be free from constant thoughts about eating.

I escaped binge eating, and now support others to find freedom from food.


Find out more about Kirsten.
Book Your First Session

I offer 1:1 binge eating therapy in convenient online 50-minute sessions. 

Together, we design a programme unique to you, to tackle the root causes of binge or emotional eating and stop them for good.

Appropriate programme lengths differ for everyone based on history, circumstances and aspirations. Many people completing our programmes make lasting change in just 12 weeks.


You can find freedom from food. It feels fantastic to be free.

Your first session is only £30, with no obligation.

Choose a time for your first session.
Discover Your Hidden Eating Triggers
 
Discover your hidden eating triggers and start transforming your mindset with our step-by-step guide.

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How to Stop Binge Eating
 
The mind is powerful and although our mind controls us, we can also control our mind. If you keep telling yourself you can't stop bingeing, then that is what your mind thinks, it can be a self-fulfilling prophecy. To stop bingeing, you need to realise that you can do it. It sounds simple but often it is not.

Find out how to stop binge and emotional eating.

Learn tips and tricks to stop binge eating:

Hear from people who have worked with me...

"Kirsten supported me through a really difficult time when I was using binge-eating to avoid feelings around a relatively new diagnosis of multiple sclerosis. My binge-eating had a seriously negative impact on my mental health, self-esteem and relationships. With Kirsten’s help and expertise, I finally have my life back and it changed my life. I cannot thank her enough and fully recommend her services. Thank you Kirsten."

 - From England
"Thank you very very much for your support and I really enjoyed working with you. THANK YOU VERY MUCH"

- From Cambridge, UK

 
"Brilliant. It is doable and sustainable and I feel a lot better."

- From South Wales, UK
"Thank you so much for all your support! I have really loved it because of your great guidance and thoughtful advice."

- From Texas, USA

 
"You are amazing. I have absolutely cherished my time working with you."

- From Norwich, UK

 
Discover your hidden eating triggers

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Scope of Practice

I have 17 years' experience, including as Senior Scientist researching health behaviours at the University of Cambridge Centre for Diet and Activity Research. I am a Health Coach who qualified from the Institute of Transformation Nutrition (ITN), and a Member of the UK Health Coaches Association. I am trained in counselling skills.

This is the ITN scope of practice: Diet • Lifestyle and lifestyle improvements • Attitude and thinking • Stress management • Empowerment • Education on supplementation relative to the health issue(s) • Prevention of disease • Promotion of health • Supporting healing from illness • Increasing the body’s ability to heal itself through nutrition and supportive practices • Help clients change behaviors that contribute to poor health • Help clients with other factors contributing to poor health such as: previously diagnosed illnesses, biochemical imbalances, toxicities, and nutritional deficiencies • Education on the benefits of whole foods • Underlying issues contributing to the problem • Support education based upon the most up to date research and knowledge in nutrition, psychology, and spirituality

Click here to view the UKHCA Scope of Practice: https://www.ukhealthcoaches.com/scope-of-practice
 

Dr Kirsten Keighley

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Dr Kirsten Keighley Ltd is a registered company in England and Wales (Company number 12673809). Registered office 36 Butt Lane, Milton, Cambridge, CB24 6DG, 07592 125077, kirsten@drkirstenkeighley.com

Disclaimer

The information in this website is not intended as medical advice. It is intended as sharing of knowledge and information from the research and experience of Dr Kirsten Keighley on behalf of Dr Kirsten Keighley Ltd. We recommend you make your own health decisions based on your own research and consultation with a qualified health professional. We recommend that you consult your doctor and/or dietician before beginning a new diet or exercise programme.