It would depend. Serious eating disorders like anorexia nervosa can be life threatening and if you are at serious risk of medical complications resulting from your eating disorder then you need specialist support and care that I am not qualified to provide. Your GP should be your first port of call if you are worried that you or a loved one might be at serious risk of harm as a result of an eating disorder.
However, we all have a unique and complex relationship with food and diet and this can be rich and rewarding area to explore in counselling. It is quite possible for us to have disordered eating patterns without necessarily needing to be diagnosed with an eating disorder.
Please feel free to talk to me about your particular needs and if I can’t help I will do my best to point you in the direction of someone who can.