Do You Have an Eating Disorder?

Eating disorders are complex mental illnesses. People of all ages, genders, ethnic groups and backgrounds can be affected.

Supporting Somebody With an Eating Disorder

If you’re worried about someone then it’s important to encourage them to seek treatment as quickly as possible.

News

Intensive outpatient eating disorder treatment inaccessible to t...

09/10/2019

Intensive outpatient treatment for eating disorders, including day or home-based...

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Welsh Government proposes four week waiting time target for trea...

30/09/2019

An ambitious four week waiting time target for eating disorder treatment across...

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Welsh research team seeking views on tele-psychiatry in CAMHS

Welsh research team seeking views on tele-psychiatry in CAMHS

18/09/2019

A research team based in Aneurin Bevan University Health Board is seeking views...

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Your Stories

Coping with dating (read 'rejection') in recovery

07/10/2019

Being rejected is awful. We all know that being broken up after a serious rel...

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"I love myself more than I ever did"

02/09/2019

I thought my story started eight years ago at the age of 36, when after rapidly...

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Alex in Australia

Travelling Overseas with an Eating Disorder

26/08/2019

I’ve been thinking for a while about writing a post about my experiences travell...

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Going to the Doctor

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.

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HelpFinder

Search HelpFinder, Beat's directory of eating disorder services. Listings include NHS centres, counsellors, therapists, private clinics & support groups near you.

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Beat on the Ground

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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Training & CPD

Learn how to pick up on early signs of eating disorders, how to approach someone you’re concerned about, and what you can do to help them into the treatment they need.

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