Welcome to CFIH
Centre for Integrative Health (CFIH) is a multidisciplinary private practice located in Brisbane.
We understand that people of all shapes, sizes, ages, genders and cultural backgrounds can have weight, eating and body image difficulties.
These challenges affect not only our emotional health but often also our physical health, work functioning and loved ones. As such, CFIH was designed to provide the highest quality treatment from an integrated team of skilled and experienced health practitioners across a range of disciplines.
The team at CFIH has been personally selected on the basis of their knowledge, experience, and skill base as well as their passion and commitment to the fields of eating and weight concerns.
Our highly skilled and specialised staff utilise evidence-based approaches (including Maudsley Family-Based Therapy and CBT-E) to treat a range of eating, weight and body concerns in children, adolescents and adults.
CFIH has also launched the Health Transformation Program which specifically targets individuals experiencing binge-eating or chronic dieters using a non-weight focused approach to build a healthy relationship with food and body acceptance.
CFIH provides collaborative, evidence-based treatment to men, women, teenagers and children for issues such as:
12 Week Transformation Program
CFIH delivers an integrated health transformation program, individually catered to clients’ specific physical- and mental-health concerns.
The option of a 12-week or 6-month program are offered, depending on the client’s concerns and preferences. Clients are direct debited weekly with rebates available in many instances at the time of their appointment. View the flyer here.
View an example timeline of the 12-week program here.*
*Please note that topics of discussion will vary depending on clients’ health concerns.
In 2016, our Brisbane Psychologists will present in various locations on topics such as
- Fostering a Healthy Body Image in Adolescent Girls
- Managing ‘Fussy Eating’ in Kids
- ‘Why Diets Fail and What’s the Alternative?’
- ‘The Medical Management of Anorexia Nervosa’
- ‘Detecting Body Dysmorphia and Substance Abuse in Males’
- ‘What is the Female Athlete Triad?’
If you would like to organise one of our practitioners to present or provide training on a particular topic, please contact reception.