Test 3

Tragedy is when I cut my finger. Comedy is when you walk into an open sewer and die.

Could help a Helpline Advisor respond to an email from someone worried about their loved one. For many, contacting Beat is the first step towards recovery.

Could support a Helpline Advisor answer a call, giving guidance and support to someone who urgently needs it.

Could help support four people in one of our online group sessions, giving sufferers and their families positive encouragement from others experiencing the same feelings

Could help run the Helpline Services for one day, supporting carers and sufferers of all ages and backgrounds when they need it most.

Intended audience

Any organisation, group or individual.

Key outcome

Bespoke training that will raise awareness of eating disorders and meet organisational needs by either tailoring one of our existing courses or creating something entirely bespoke to the specific audience.
Rose-Anne

Support People with Eating Disorders this Christmas

For most people, Christmas time is an exciting time of year, but for people with an eating disorder it can be very difficult.

Make a difference

CPD Accredited

Delivered by clinicians with experience of working in eating disorder services

Themes

Choose from Early Intervention and Family Empowerment to reach a wider audience

Ambassadors

Supported by those who've recovered from an eating disorder or their carers

CPD Accredited

Delivered by clinicians with experience of working in eating disorder services

Themes

Choose from Early Intervention and Family Empowerment to reach a wider audience

Themes

Choose from Early Intervention and Family Empowerment to reach a wider audience

Ambassadors

Supported by those who've recovered from an eating disorder or their carers

For Sue, Emma, their family and all of Emma’s friends

When Sue visited the Beat website, she recognised signs of anorexia in her daughter’s behaviour:

“My daughter was diagnosed in February last year when she was 15. We also have a 14-year-old son – he’s been amazing through all of this, but it’s impacted on him too. Emma’s friends have been amazing too. They’ve been so worried, but didn’t really know what was going on or what to do.

“My advice is to talk. To the loved one you’re supporting, your family, your friends. To get your loved one to talk to their friends too. And for everyone to talk about other things, not just eating disorders.”