Kim was interviewed live about her anorexia story, what helped in her own recovery, her work with others and launching a local eating disorders support group. Click here to listen.
29 December 2016
“I Wasn’t A Typical Anorexic” on their website and social media. Click here to read.
6 February 2017 - Recover Warriors
Recovery Warriors, based in California, have their own app, online magazine, podcast, aimed at helping people recover from eating disorders. They published blogs:
February 2017 - Worcester News /Evesham Journal
Kim was interviewed regarding her eating disorder experience and her work with others. The article was published in the sister publications, Worcester News and Evesham Journal. Click here to read.
Kim Marshall, founded Kiss Goodbye To Ana, following her own recovery from anorexia and bulimia and now helps women with eating disorders and particularly anorexia, out of the torturous place they’re in, whilst helping them feel safe and in control, every step of the way.
She discovered EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques - a therapy which involves tapping on acupressure points on the body, similar to acupuncture but without the needles, which help us release negative emotions so we feel more calm and relaxed) which turned her life around and helped her become confident, positive, and relaxed about food and her body. She became an EFT Practitioner and now helps her clients achieve the same, focusing on changing their mindset rather than on meal plans and goal weights. She also became a Matrix Reimprinting Practitioner (an advanced form of EFT which helps replace negative memories with positive experiences). She is a member of both professional organisations, AAMET (Association for the Advancement of Meridian Energy Techniques) and EFTMRA (Emotional Freedom Technique and Matrix Reimprinting Academy).
Kim’s first book, “How To Kiss Goodbye To Ana”, published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers was released in February. She is a Huffington Post, Thrive Global, The Mighty and Recovery Warrior blogger. She has had blogs published by Beat and National Eating Disorders Association and has been interviewed on local radio, in local press, and been featured in Bella and Woman Magazine, Marie Claire, the Daily Mail and the Metro.
To get in touch, email her at email@example.com.