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Eating Disorders Awareness Week
From 1-7 March, we are joining BEAT’s campaign to create a future where people experiencing eating disorders are met with understanding and compassion. This year, BEAT is focusing on Binge Eating Disorder, which is the most common but least understood disorder. Though eating disorders are often portrayed as illnesses that affect females, almost an equal number of males and females suffer from Binge Eating Disorder. Eating disorders can affect anyone irrespective of age, gender, sexual orientation, race, or ethnicity, and we are here to support any and all students who may be struggling with this.
If you are struggling with eating issues we encourage you to seek help and support. Our Student Counselling and Mental Health Advice Service offer a non-judgemental space for students to speak about any concerns with their eating and weight. You may also wish to explore some of the services and resources we've put together below.
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Eating Disorders Awareness Week - Support and Resources
Eating disorders can affect anyone irrespective of age, gender, sexual orientation, race or ethnicity. We have put together these resources for Eating Disorders Awareness Week (1st-7th March) to support anyone who is struggling with eating issues.
LGBTQIAP support and resources
Click here for advice and resources on the following:
• Talking to somebody about your Mental Health
• Looking after your Wellness
• Trans-specific Care
• Help/advice about domestic violence or hate crime
• Services for friends & family support
• Other specialist services