Our mission is to provide support and advice to parents and carers who have a loved one suffering from an eating disorder.
Eating disorders advice
Eating disorder sufferers generally suffer from low self-esteem and feelings of inadequacy. They use food as a coping mechanism to deal with difficult or painful emotions. Controlling food can help them feel more in control when everything else feels overwhelming or out of control.
How we can help
We offer courses for families dealing with eating disorders. Our approach provides education, skills and the techniques to help and support carers on this process.
100% of monies raised and donated is reinvested directly into helping CARED to continue delivering their vital service.
Are you working with individuals with eating disorders? CARED offer a 2 day training course for GP’s, nurses, counsellors and therapists, or anyone who else working with eating disorders. This training has received a Certificate of Quality Assurance from the National Counselling Society.