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TasteLife UK

less than 24 hours

Age Range

1 - 100

Types of Service

Charities and monitored support/peer groups that provide support for people with eating disorders and/or their friends and families

Specialisms

Binge Eating Disorder
Anorexia Nervosa
ARFID
Bulimia Nervosa
Other

Types of Treatment

Group/Peer Support

Delivery Methods

In Person
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Fees Yes

Sutton tastelife course - When: 22 January 2024 - Time: 7pm to 9pm - Where: Sutton - For more information or to sign up, please contact Maisie Kearsey at sutton@tastelifeuk.org - Who is the tastelife course for? The course is for anyone who believes they have an eating disorder because issues around eating have taken over their life. You don’t have to have an ‘official’ diagnosis to come. It doesn’t matter what sort of eating disorder you have either – this course is for you. It is also open to parents, siblings, friends, and carers of sufferers. What is the tastelife course? An eight-session weekly group course for those who suffer from any eating disorder, and for those who care for them. The course is non-threatening, educational, and encourages a self-help approach that works. It is run in the community or online by trained and accredited volunteers who care about those who struggle with eating disorders. Some have been sufferers themselves, or have supported them. The course aims to give you a toolkit of resources that you can use to start walking out of eating issues and back into enjoying life again, baby step by baby step. The tastelife course is not a cure or therapy, but it is a safe place where we can learn and grow together. Full recovery from eating disorders is possible. We have seen it and work with people who are either fully recovered or well on their way. The course was accredited by the University of Brighton Health Sciences and awarded their coveted REQ Mark. It is now endorsed by OCN London (Open College Network). It is run by trained and accredited volunteers.

Referral Criteria & Process

Self referral

Training

Registered Charity

Experience

Group/Peer support, Guided self-help