Carer skills & planning workshop for anyone supporting a person with an eating disorder.
After a sold out first conference last year, we’re delighted to bring “Eating Disorders: Support for the Frontline” back to Birmingham.
Eating disorders are complex mental illnesses. Boys, girls, men, and women from all backgrounds and ethnic groups can be affected by eating disorders.
If you’re worried about someone then it’s important to encourage them to seek treatment as quickly as possible to ensure the best chance of recovery.
NHS England today released waiting time statistics for children and young people...
In September, hundreds of people came together for Beat’s Walk & Talk events in...
During her degree, Jen brought the fight against eating disorders to her campus....
Recovery: Noun, A return to normal health.
That is what the Oxford dictionary d...
Bulimia is a hidden illness. On the outside, it looks like you're fine, when ins...
What has helped me to decide to share a part of my story is that recently, my Co...
08/09/2019 - 12/09/2019
15/08/2019 - 18/08/2019
It’s very important to access treatment as early as possible, as earlier treatment means a greater chance of fully recovering from your eating disorder.
Search HelpFinder, Beat's directory of eating disorder services. Listings include NHS centres, counsellors, therapists, private clinics & support groups near you.
Beat on the Ground is a new approach to tackling eating disorders in your area, equipping healthcare and education professionals, and empowering those affected.
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