Over the past year, we have adapted our approach and have continued to offer support services to those impacted by an eating disorder. Scroll down for full information on our support services during Coronavirus.
We know many people with eating disorders and their families will be finding this situation extremely tough. Our team has put together our top tips and ideas for coping with social distancing, isolation and the impact on meals, food and exercising. The guide includes information for both individuals, their families and loved ones.
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Anxious about lockdown lifting?
It's normal and reasonable to feel uncertain or anxious about the lifting of lockdown on 21st June (or whenever it happens if there are further delays). We have all had to adapt to a lot of change over the past year or so and to a constantly evolving situation. In this article, we round up some helpful tips and suggestions from our own team and from other organisations including NHS, Mind and the Mental Health Foundation.
Our support services during Coronavirus
1. Our telephone and email support services are available Wednesday to Friday each week. Find out more here.
2. Pip's Place Online offers bookable 1:1 support calls over Zoom and online peer support groups every Tuesday. More info & booking details here.
3. Our befriending service continues. You can find out more here.
4. Our parent and carer forum remains unaffected. More information here
5. We have a range of practical tools available including our online recovery course - perfect for those contemplating recovery and what it means for them, but also helpful for parents, partners or therapists. More information here
6. We continue to offer online resources, courses and books via our online shop.
If you have any questions, please contact us.