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Eating Disorders Awareness Week

The Eating Disorders Awareness Week campaign started by the charity Beat in 2013

 

It aims to raise awareness of eating disorders: eating disorders are categorised as a mental illness and in the UK it affects 1.6 million people.

 

Here at WeightMatters we offer a whole range of services to support people suffering from eating disorders and disordered eating. From one-to-one counselling sessions to group and family therapy, all the way to workshops and seminars.

 

In our recent event SHRINK we addressed topics like emotional eating – identifying the triggers that make us overeat is essential to identify our eating patterns and rectify any irregular habits.

 

We have an extensive programme of workshops tackling subjects like bulimia, binge eating, perfectionism, gut health and brain health, diabetes, sleep and weight loss.

 

Remember that you can benefit from a discount on all workshops if you book this week but hurry as the offer ends soon. Book now using this link WORKSHOPS or email us at info@weightmatters.co.uk

 

 

 

Read some of our latest blogs

How Does Your Gut Affect Your Health? 14 February 2017 - The word bacteria normally has a negative association. Bacteria has become a generalised term we use...
Hormonal Imbalance and Eating Disorders 6 December 2016 - Hormonal Imbalance and Eating Disorders Hormones are chemical substances in our body that regulate several processes,...
The Link Between Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Eating Disorders 1 November 2016 - Eating disorders often appear in combination with other mental health disorders, such anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder,...
Is there a link between Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Eating Disorders? 11 October 2016 - Eating disorders are mainly characterised by deficient food intake, disordered eating behaviour, such as not eating...