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Empty shelves and cafe closures: The wider detriment to those suffering from an eating disorder

Empty shelves have unfortunately become a regular feature in Australian supermarkets since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. No...

February 4

February Online Recovery Talk

We are pleased to announce our February Online Recovery Talk speaker Sophie Smith. Sophie is an eating disorder advocate...

February 1

What do we know about eating disorders and ADHD?

  Research shows that individuals with ADHD face a heightened risk of developing an eating disorder (3 to 6...

January 28

Swimming Australia: Shifting the focus from words to welfare

Last week, an independent report into Swimming Australia affirmed what we already knew: that health and performance come in...

January 24

Disordered Eating in the Perinatal Period

Traditionally, eating disorders in the perinatal period (pre-pregnancy to 2 years post birth) have been under-identified and under-supported. Women...

January 5

Navigating your way through ‘Recovery-Focused’ Resources

Trawling through any form of social media for recovery oriented can be a bit of a minefield these days....

December 21

Can RO-DBT help you?

RO DBT Classes have begun! We are thrilled to have begun our RO DBT Group (we call this a...

November 9

Having Two Psychologists

  Finding a good therapist that fits you is not easy. You may have asked for recommendations from your...

November 2

Apps to support your ED recovery

It is no secret that eating disorders have a signficant impact on many individuals lives, however, thanks to modern-day technology, there...

October 26

Mental Health Awareness Month

  YOUR MENTAL HEALTH MATTERS.   This month is Mental Health Awareness month. Not only this month, but every...

October 18