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James Downs Nov 23
Overcoming the difficulties of is easier as a team. So happy to work with Hope and Lorna for this event!
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Becca (She/Her) 🏳️‍🌈 Nov 23
This pretty much sums up the recovery process for me! As much as it's been painful, it's also been very liberating! Living with an eating disorder has been like living in my own internal jail! A lot of joy has come from freeing myself!
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James Downs Nov 29
My life has been completely changed by my experience of . Some days, I could say “completely ruined”. But on others, I can say it’s been transformed - and not just for the worse. It’s how we respond to difficulty and the meaning we make from it that makes us.
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Dr. Cheri Levinson Nov 22
First talk was in first symposium of & second is in the last of the conference Come learn about personalized modeling & how it WILL change the future of treatment
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Alexandra Wilkosz Nov 25
Happy to see new research out on barriers to help-seeking for people who struggle with . Hopefully, together, we can help break those down.
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Sara McDevitt Nov 27
Really delighted that we will have an Aspire Fellow in July 2021. More specialist training opportunities for future consultant psychiatrists in
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Rebecca Quinlan Nov 28
I just spent the last 2 hrs deciding what to have for breakfast. I felt crippled by not being able to make a decision. Sometimes eating disorders can make the simplest decisions feel impossible. One of those annoying brain days.
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Dietitian Gillian Nov 29
Replying to @Leicnut
Agreed!! The problem is diet culture and the pursuit of thinness not only being socially acceptable but having a moral element to it. I would love to see Health at Every Size and accepting body diversity replacing diet culture. It can happen.
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Neha J. Goel (she/her) Nov 25
I had the pleasure of speaking with at about how go unnoticed in communities. Please check out her article 👇🏽 We cannot remain silent - we need awareness, education, and compassion.
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NEDA Nov 23
can be especially difficult for people struggling with (and in recovery from) , which is why the NEDA helpline (click-to-chat) is available for special holiday hours 10am - 6pm ET on Thanksgiving and 10am - 2pm the day after.
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EAT Lab Nov 24
Excellent (and important!) work from our Lab Manager & their graduate advisor. We are SO proud of you, ! (This one is applying to PhD programs!!)
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Harriet Parsons Nov 26
About to start the final week of family support programme. While COVID and lockdowns have been particularly difficult for those affected by moving the programme online has meant supporting many more than we have been able to previously.
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Emmi D Nov 26
Looking forward to present tonight about in
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Becca (She/Her) 🏳️‍🌈 Nov 28
Replying to @Becca5492
People may disagree with me but that's how I feel. I may be making huge leaps in my recovery but I think I will always carry regret and it hurts!
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Esther Dark Nov 25
Highlighting the complexity of occupational engagement for those with 🙌 look beyond time use & engagement to truly grasp an individual’s relationship to occupation
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Lisa Nov 23
This👇🏼. put me at war with my body. The kept rearing their punitive heads because appropriate trauma treatment was not available/I was deemed too ill. was not recognised so understanding the role of this in ED further compounded any issues!
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CAREDS CorkKerry Nov 25
Great to meet clinician colleagues across the country for a virtual online network meeting today. 1st since started & lots learned & shared today about the increased need for care now
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Dr Shri Gopi-Firth Nov 28
Our regional unit has been at full capacity most of the time in South East Scotland with longer than anticipated stays and high risk community referrals thru this period. Wud be interesting to look at a similar breakdown for Scotland alone as well
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Abigail the Eating Disorders OT Nov 25
Retweet to help us fill our OT Team 😀 ⁦⁩ ⁦ Job vacancy: Occupational Therapist, South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust, Tooting |
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SciELO Nov 25
Eating habits, personality, mood, and headache: how eating disorders can relate to migraine? Read the Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria’s press release:
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