Beat provides helplines, online support and a network of UK-wide self-help groups to help adults and young people in theUKbeat their eating disorders.
Young Minds are committed to supporting the emotional wellbeing of all pupils. This website has lots of resources and advice for teachers on a range of mental health issues.
http://fortemglobal.com/blog/page/5 F.E.A.S.T – Families Empowered and Supporting Treatment of Eating Disorders
Useful site for parents, carers and loved ones of someone with an eating disorder. Includes a info, blog and live forum.
A leaflet from the Partners in Care campaign of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
Toolkit for carers by Janet Treasure, Pam MacDonald and Ulrike Schmidt.From the Institute of Psychiatry.
This booklet has been put together as a resource for the friends and families of people who have an eating disorder.
Contains articles written by experts who continually update and add new content.
Offering hope, support, and encouragement to those suffering from eating disorders and their loved ones.
Located in Silicon Valley The Eating Disorders Resource Center (EDRC) aims to raise awareness through education of health care professionals and the general public.
This web site has been developed by the eating disorders research team based at the Institute of Psychiatry in south London. The team works to find out more about the causes of anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and other eating disorders, and to develop new and better treatments and ways of supporting carers.
Surrey Air Ambulance
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Experts at dealing with nervous patients
http://www.psychiatryresearch.org.uk offers in depth advice on beating depression.
Kick asthma is so much more that just a health sit. It offers practical solutions to keep healthy. A healthy mind follows a healthy body
Advice and help on kicking the habit.