"I think the step by step approach and the way you engage and motive is great"
Professor Susan J Paxton BA Hons, MPsych, PHD
La Trobe University
"I have found it one of the most effective self help online options available."
Recovery Support Officer
Eating Disorders Victoria
"Their program is a useful, innovative system to overcome bulimia.
Dr Robert Leslie BA (Hons.) PHD
University of Ulster
If you’d like to start your recovery from bulimia, you should start with this free recovery e-course.
Alternatively, click here if you’d rather get started with our Home Treatment Program.
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Also, if you have time why not check out a few of our recovery resources below.
The Bulimia Help Method has helped over 9000 sufferers in 13 countries.
"While other bulimia recovery programs mainly focus on emotions, we focus on the practical. We show you how completely remove the urge to binge and how to eat properly without any feelings of guilt or distress. We also offer a range of tools and 9000+ member support community to help you along the way."
Learn about our Bulimia Recovery Program
Click on the images below to read a few member recovery stories.
Back in 2006 Ali Kerr confessed to her husband Richard that she suffered from bulimia. Unfortunately inpatient treatment was too expensive and therapy proved ineffective.
Out of desperation they began researching and questioning everything they knew about bulimia.
From their research they pioneered a straight forward methodology that allowed Ali to make a full and rapid recovery. This knowledge became the foundation of the Bulimia Help Method
Since then the Bulimia Help Method has grown to the webs largest recovery program and is now recommended by experts, doctors and eating disorder charities around the world.
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