Disordered Eating Recovery Group – MiWE

Posted on: March 30, 2021

The Mind in West Essex Disordered Eating Recovery Group is for those that have battled with any form of disordered eating, from over-eating to anorexia, who are in recovery. This group will provide a safe space to talk and a chance to share with people who understand. We plan to look at the challenges still faced day to day when the disordered eating itself is supported and no longer a direct threat.

Please note that this is not a discussion group around food or how to manage your food.

If you are actively dealing with disordered eating, then we suggest that you contact your doctor and/or a specialist group to seek professional help and guidance first.

We will meet every week on a Thursday at 4-5.15pm.

Register here.

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