Links

About Eating Disorders:

b-eat ( formerly Eating Disorders Association)
( www.b-eat.co.uk)
The next page also has some more information on what the beat has to offer.

Anorexia and Bulimia Care
(www.anorexiabulimiacare.co.uk)

This is a national Christian Organisation for people with eating disorders, with a separate parents helpline, befriending service and meal support.

The New Maudsley Approach
( http://thenewmaudsleyapproach.co.uk) The purpose of this website is to provide parents and carers of people with eating disorders, with a toolkit to help educate, empower and equip them to deal more effectively with the stressful caring role. The New Maudsley model is designed to equip carers with a similar skill set to that used in an inpatient setting. The New Maudsley model is intended to be used in conjunction with treatment, as opposed to a treatment in its own right. This website contains lots of useful information and has several research projects ongoing which both carers and sufferers can get involved in.

Carers Workshops with Veronica Kamerling
(www.eatingdisordersandcarers.co.uk )

Veronica has a great deal of practical experience and offers both workshops for carers, as well as a range of presentations for both carers and professionals.

Local Links

Carers First
( www.carersfirst.org.uk)

An independent charitable organisation supporting and helping carers in West Kent

Claire Brown
(www.clairebrownnlp.co.uk)

Claire has a great deal of experience helping families affected by eating disorders using neuro linguistic programming techniques.

Paul Marro
(www.htherapy.co.uk)

Paul uses Cognitive Hypnotherapy which is a relatively new approach drawing on the best of many other fields to help you in the most powerful and positive way.

Sevenoaks Christian Counselling Service
(www.sevenoakscounselling.org.uk )

It costs the service £35 per session to make qualified counsellors available. Clients are asked to pay only what they can afford, whether the full amount or a lesser contribution. A bursary fund makes it possible for clients to be accepted, irrespective of their ability to pay. The counsellors are fully qualified and experienced in counselling as well as being committed Christians. They are members of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and the Association of Christian Counsellors (ACC).

The Counselling Centre, Tunbridge Wells
(www.thecounsellingcentre.org.uk )

This is a non-profit making Charity and relies solely upon the financial contributions of those that use the services to assist towards the costs involved. Clients are asked to pay a contribution according to their financial circumstance. The Charity is an organisational member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and a network Centre of the Westminster Pastoral Foundation (WPF).