Here you can find details of charities and organisations involved in eating disorders, with links to their websites where you can find information about their mission, what support they provide and general content surrounding eating disorders.
You will also find links to blogs that cover the topic of eating disorders to get a more personal outlook from people who have been affected by easting disorders.
There are also details of news outlets where you can find the latest articles and publications covering the topic of eating disorders from the medical community.
If you know of other charities, organisations, blogs or news outlets they you think we should signpost, please feel free to drop us a message with their details.
Charities and Organisations
Re-write Your Story
The aim of our Rewrite Your Story campaign is to offer hope and inspiration of recovery to those suffering from an eating disorder.
Rewrite Your Story has been developed as part of the therapeutic work Therapy Partners have been commissioned to carry out during 2016 and 2017. Their aim is to raise awareness of eating disorders and prevent potential eating disorders in children and young people, whilst offering support, therapy, resources and information to those with an eating disorder, their families and other professionals.
Therapy partners realise that life is difficult enough and that getting help should not be. That is why they offer online and telephone counselling, therapy and psychotherapy at a time to suit you offering a safe therapeutic experience and relationship that heals.
They offer a safe confidential space without you needing too refer to your GP, then wait for an appointment and complete endless forms.
Beat is the UK’s eating disorder charity. Our vision is an end to the pain and suffering caused by eating disorders. We have been a champion, guide and friend to anyone affected by these serious mental illnesses since our founding in 1989 as the Eating Disorders Association, giving sufferers and their loved ones a place where they feel listened to, supported, and empowered.
Time to Change
We are a growing movement of people changing how we all think and act about mental health problems. (A MIND initiative).
Seed – Eating Disorder Support Services
We are a group of ordinary people with firsthand experience of eating disorders, who make a difference to those people whose lives are blighted by this devastating illness.
Men Get Eating Disorders Too
‘Men Get Eating Disorders Too’ is a charitable organisation (registered charity 1139351) that seeks to raise awareness of eating disorders in men and to support sufferers, carers and their families.
National Centre for Eating Disorders
We believe that you have the right to have good help from someone who cares and understands. We believe that therapists who work with eating disorders deserve the best professional training to empower their work, plus ongoing clinical support. This is our mission for people with anorexia, bulimia, binge and compulsive eating, body image issues, intractable weight struggles and the people who serve them.
ABC is a national UK eating disorders organisation with over 25 years of experience. We are passionate about people and recovery. We provide on-going care, emotional support and practical guidance for anyone affected by eating disorders, those struggling personally and parents, families and friends. ABC works tirelessly to increase awareness and understanding of eating disorders through talks, training and campaigns for change.
The Priory Group
Priory and Partnerships in Care is the UK’s largest independent provider of Eating Disorders services with hospitals across the country – we deliver over a third of the UK’s inpatient services. We pride ourselves on offering quality, personalised treatment for every service user in our care.
Anorexia Boy Recovery
Boys get eating disorders, too, just like girls. In 2009 Bev Mattocks Osborne’s 15-year old son developed anorexia. Now, aged 23 and studying for a Masters Degree at university, he is thankfully recovered. This blog is her story. Bev is a 57-year old freelance copywriter lives in Yorkshire, UK.
Finding Melissa started as a website. It accidentally morphed into a blog. It’s now a bit of both. The blog runs along the side and is, as blogs should be, chronological. The categories are theme-based and not located in one specific time.
Eating Disorder Hope
Blog on anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorders. It promotes ending eating disordered behavior, embracing life and pursuing recovery. And its mission is to raise healing & recovery.
Walden Eating Disorders
The Walden Eating Disorders Treatment and Recovery blog offers stories from experienced clinicians, individuals in recovery, family members in support and also offers effective treatment for eating disorders including anorexia, bulimia and binge eating in a range of settings, including inpatient, residential.
The Emily Program
The Emily Program is a national leader in eating disorder treatment, awareness, and lifetime recovery with locations in Minnesota, Ohio and Washington offering innovative and personalized care.
www.emilyprogram.com/blog/frontpage & http://emilyprogramfoundation.org/
Make Peace With Food 2Day
Dr. Nina Savelle – Rocklin Psy.D and psychoanalyst, author and speaker specializing in weight, body image and disordered eating, runs a successful clinical practice in Los Angeles. Dr. Nina aims to totally transform your relationship to food.
As a Clinical Psychotherapist & Eating Disorders Specialist, my passion is helping beautiful souls recover. Yes, I have all of the right degrees, trainings and qualifications. But the truth is, my soul training is based on my own recovery, as well as the hundreds of clients that have trusted me enough to guide them along during their recovery.
Read the latest medical research on eating disorders, anorexia nervosa.
Medical News Today
Latest eating disorders research from prestigious universities and journals throughout the world posted throughout the day, every day.
Get trusted information on recovery from binge eating disorder. The struggles, what works, what doesn’t on the Binge Eating Disorder Recovery blog.