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Organisation Description

Beat is the UK’s eating disorder charity.
Beat’s vision is that eating disorders will be overcome.

Beat’s aims are:
• To change the way everyone thinks and talks about eating disorders
• To improve the way services and treatment are provided
• And to help anyone believe that their eating disorder can be overcome

We do this by:
• Challenging the stereotypes and stigma that people with eating disorders face
• Campaigning for better services and treatment
• Providing information, support and encouragement to seek treatment and recovery

CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Collaborative Care Skills: Coach Training Days

    Training Course | Beat

    Beat

    This comprehensive training course explores the impact of eating disorders on carers and provides solutions such as collaborative care, communication skills and motivational interviewing.

  • Understanding Eating Disorders (Full Day)

    Training Course | Beat

    Beat

    Overview of eating disorders; key facts & figures, signs & symptoms, causes & risks. Understanding treatment and recovery and how delegates can support this within their role. Sources of further information support and advice.

  • Understanding Eating Disorders For Schools (Parents Session)

    Training Course | Beat

    Beat

    Overview of eating disorders; key facts & figures, signs & symptoms, causes & risks. Understanding treatment and recovery and how schools and parents can support this. Sources of further information support and advice.

  • Understanding Eating Disorders For Schools (Teachers Session)

    Training Course | Beat

    Beat

    Overview of eating disorders; key facts & figures, signs & symptoms, causes & risks. Understanding treatment and recovery and how schools can support this. Sources of further information support and advice.

  • Understanding Eating Disorders (General - Half Day)

    Training Course | Beat

    Beat

    Condensed version of the understanding eating disorders full day course. Overview of eating disorders; key facts & figures, signs & symptoms, causes & risks. Understanding treatment and recovery and how delegates can support this within their role. Sources of further information support and advice.