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Talking EDs: Eating Disorders Support Service Scotland

Age Range

18+

Types of Service

COSCA Accredited Member

Specialisms

Binge Eating Disorder
Anorexia Nervosa
ARFID
Comorbidity (EDs and other MH conditions)
Other
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Address 180 West Regent Street, Glasgow Therapy Rooms, Fitzgerald, Isherwood and Orwell Rooms,, Glasgow
Contact 07849740326 support@eatingdisorderscotland.co.uk http://www.eatingdisorderscotland.co.uk Go to website
Fees Please see website for details

We are Scotland's leading private centre for eating disorders offering in-person appointments in Glasgow and online appointments across the UK. We offer a range of counselling and psychotherapy, access to dietitian and nutrition services, support groups, conversation cafes, research, consultations, training and more. See our website for more about how we can support you and the services we offer.

Referral Criteria & Process

Self referral
NHS referral
EAP/Insurance referral
Corporate/Worlplace referral

Qualifications

All staff have completed full clinical training in psychotherapy, counselling and dietetics. Some of our therapists also have backgrounds in psychology and some of our therapists are also qualified mental health nurses (some are still practising).

Training

We have undergone a range of training and CPD in eating disorders and disordered eating and we have a staff day each year related to training in eating disorders too.

Experience

We have over 23 years experience of working in the field of eating disorders in a range of capacities including research psychology; psychotherapy and counselling; dietetics; committee and trustee roles; support groups and social actitivies for those affected by eating disorders; campaigning and policy-making; self-help; mentoring scheme and supervision for eating disorder clinicians; and training in eating disorders and disordered eating. We also have a UK-wide networking group for professionals working in eating disorders.