The Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health (ACAMH) 

Eating Disorders

Developments in Eating Disorders Research: Podcast with Dr. Dasha Nicholls


Men Get Eating Disorders Too


Beat website

Seeking Treatment for an Eating Disorder?

What is Avoidant / Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID)?

POD - Beat's elearning platform

I'm worried about someone with an eating disorder...

Eating Disorders: a guide for friends and family

Do Men Get Eating Disorders?

Eating disorders in the LGBTQ+ community

Type 1 Diabetes and Disordered Eating

Butterfly Foundation (Aus)

Eating Disorders Explained


Eating Problems

Chasing The Stigma

Chasing The Stigma website

Diabetes UK

Diabulimia and Diabetes

Diverse Nutrition Association 

African and Caribbean Eatwell Guide


Dr Una Foye and Professor Heike Bartel on their new paper: ”It’s a touchy subject”: Service providers’ perspectives of eating disorders in men and boys’


F.E.A.S.T. website

F.E.A.S.T. 30 day training programme

Fixing Eating Disorders

Fixing Eating Disorders website


Type 1 diabetes and eating disorders

National Eating Disorder Association (USA)

NEDA Eating Disorders Screening Tool

NEDA Learning Resources

NEDA Back to School Guide

NEDA Eating Disorders & Marginalised Voices

Student Minds 

The UK's Student Mental Health Charity

Somerset and Wessex Eating Disorders Association (SWEDA) 

SWEDA website

Guidance for Those Supporting Someone with an Eating Disorder

Carers and Eating Disorders

Young Minds

Eating Problems: A Guide for Young People

Eating Problems: A Guide for Parents

Eating Disorders are Black women’s issues too

Collated list of the above resources 


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