Kingfisher groups are a confidential, inclusive and welcoming space for anyone suffering with bulimia to share experiences with others in similar situations. You can attend as often as you like with no pressure to attend every time.

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What happens at a bulimia support group?

Kingfisher groups are facilitated by Beat staff, who help kick-start conversations and moderate in line with rules for online services. Groups have been designed to help you feel comfortable and able to take part in free-flowing peer support. Each group has an opening warm up, time for themed discussion, and time for free chat where you can share experiences, thoughts, successes and problems with others who relate to your situation.

Dates and times for Kingfisher online support

The Kingfisher bulimia support groups run on Wednesday & Saturday from 6:45pm to 8:00pm.

Further information

If you have any questions or concerns about our Online Support Groups, please email

More information on bulimia

Signs of bulimia

Signs of bulimia vary, but someone doesn’t have to have all of them to be suffering. It’s not always obvious that someone has an eating disorder – remember, they are mental illnesses.  

Treatment for bulimia

Most treatment for bulimia will take place in outpatient services. Inpatient treatment is usually only necessary when someone is at risk of suicide or severe self-harm.