I consulted for KEO Productions for the BBC1 series 100 Ways to Live Well with Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Steph McGovern.Photo from BBC One.
TV and radio appearances
I have appeared in TV on BBC Breakfast and Sky Newsand was interviewed live on radio for BBC Radio 4 “The Today Programme”, BBC 5 Live, BBC Humberside, Ulster, Coventry and Warwickshire, Wiltshire, Shropshire, Cambridge, Nottingham and Oxford
These were about my research into how screen time is linked to lower GCSE grades
You can watch my interview on the BBC News website here.
I specialise in eating disorders and have 17 years’ experience as a behaviour change and obesity prevention scientist at Cambridge University. I’ve been there and I get it, and now support people with binge eating, emotional eating, weight loss struggles, and bulimia.
I help clients discover and take charge of their hidden eating triggers and transform their relationship with food. Sessions often focus on getting freedom from constant thoughts about food and weight and escaping the cycle of yo-yo dieting and weight gain. Gain understanding about what has prevented you from recovery in the past so you can overcome that, and live life without restriction or bingeing.
I combine counselling, to understand and overcome emotional barriers, with the strategies and tools of health coaching. The combination of counselling and coaching is powerful for making lasting change.
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Dr Kirsten Keighley
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