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Individual counselling and workshops
It is important that you get the right kind of help for your particular situation. Contact us, and we will help you decide whether individual counselling or a one-day workshop would be of greatest benefit.
Channel 4 is making a new TV series about EATING HABITS and would like to hear from people about their experiences
· Is a food obsession taking over your life?
· Has a dedication to healthy eating gone too far?
· Are you only able to eat certain sorts of foods?
· Are your eating habits having an impact on your loved ones?
· Would you like some help?
An estimated 80% of the British population have major issues with food.
We'd like to hear from people who want to change their relationship with food – with the help of a dedicated eating expert.
If this sounds like you, or someone you know, and would like to hear more about the programme, please call: 020 7290 0660 and ask for Hannah or Rachael or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also ring Mary at The Eating Problems Service on 020 7602 0862 and talk completely confidentially or email email@example.com
Click here to have a look at the Daily Telegraph feature on Pregnancy and Body Image from the 28th of March 2005.
Click here to have a look at the Sunday Telegraph magazine feature on Eating Disorders and Men from the 8th of August 2004.
Click here to have a look at the Mail On Sunday - 'You' magazine Special Report from the 23rd of November 2003.
The Body Project
"My eating disorder put me a very dark and isolated place. I didn't
talk to anyone and I didn't like myself. It's really important to find
someone you can trust and talk to them. That is why I feel The Body
Project is so important." - Melanie C
Television Programme about Binge Eating
Evolve Television is developing a one hour special for BBC Three about binge eating. The disorder is not really understood and we want to show the impact it has on people’s lives as well as the road to recovery.
We are looking for someone who’s willing for us to follow them on their journey to overcome the disorder. We would take careful to safeguard your recovery . The aim of the programme is to raise important issues in a positive and inspirational way.
If you are aged between 15 – 25 and are interested in finding out more please get in touch with Jane Fellner on 0207 415 7188 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Any contact would be for research purposes and be completely confidential.
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