I have just relocated to new rooms not far down the road from my old one.
Although it is inconvenient to have to relocate, especially over the christmas and new year period, the positive thing is I get to utilise these beautiful counselling rooms at Therapy FiveHT.
Ahhh, couldn’t you just curl up and have a nice rest? I could! But don’t worry, I won’t, I’d rather listen to my amazing clients talk about about their food and eating experiences… and help them reconnect with food and their bodies.
I have been a bit quiet on the website blog – no new recipes or stories. Besides all my good intentions, it is really hard to give every area of my life the attention it really needs! I do however have a whole lot of draft posts waiting for some love, and I hope to start posting a bit more regularly soon.
As always, I continue to see clients in Camberwell for nutritional counselling of eating disorders, disordered eating and assisting people to learn the Non-Diet Approach skills for health and wellbeing. Click here to make an appointment. I also post things on Facebook, usually re-posts of interesting articles from colleagues and bloggers. I recommend you get on it and click Like – and make sure you let me know what else you would like to see from me!
Beef Pho (taste.com.au)
Australian Good Taste – August 2013
Recipe by Alison Adams
Photography by Jeremy Simons
I am now taking appointments on a Monday within the Business Development Company, in Chadstone Shopping Centre.
The office is lovely, and is easy to find… The closest parking is the JB Hi Fi/AMF/Hoyts carpark, you enter the lift between JB HiFi and Temt and go up to Level 2. Turn right and the waiting area for the office is straight ahead. The office is shared with a psychologist and counsellor.
My favourite thing to do at Chadstone is take my 3 year old to the Dumpling cafe in the food court… We usually share a vegetarian curry laksa! Modelling in action – he has always copied how I eat my noodle soup… Putting the noodles on the spoon to eat them. We fight over the egg noodles, and he enjoys the tofu as well (which we fight over too… They only ever put 2 pieces in!). Luckily, he also likes the carrot and mushrooms they use.. (I can take or leave them!). We make a good team.
I am yet to try the new Vietnamese Pho place in the food court, but will have plenty of opportunities to, no doubt!
Looking forward to meeting all of you, and helping you to eat more peacefully and with joy.
To book an appointment, or contact Nicole, click here.