We offer this free two-day course twice a year and people who take part tell us it is of enormous benefit to them.
The aim of the New Maudsley Model is to help Carers feel more confident and empowered in their role, to reduce their anxiety, and improve communication lines in the family, ultimately helping them best support their loved one on their path towards recovery.
It aims to do this by:
“Fantastic! Just Fantastic! Thank you so much for being so determined to help others after your own experience. Truly inspiring and I believe you are helping to save lives”
“Helpful and in-depth and prioritized”
“Wish I’d had this training years ago”
“I learnt more in two days than I have in the past 10 years”
“Thank you for organising. It is always good to share with others in the same boat. Loads of “food for thought and action”
“An excellent course which was delivered perfectly. It gave me a much better understanding as to what and eating disorder individual is going through. Also helped me identify what I have been doing wrong!”
“Huge thank you to EDNE, first help we’ve had as parents. Also huge thanks to FighED for such amazing, honest training – it really has changed my outlook on ED and given me the tools to support our daughter”.
“Thank you so much X”
For more information or to book a place on our next Maudsley Course, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0191 221 0233.
As a small charity, we rely on the amazing generosity of the public to allow us to continue our work. Every donation is noticed and appreciated, and allows us to really make a difference in someone’s life – by helping to provide specialised one to one counselling sessions to people who would otherwise not be able to access them, run our support groups, and provide training so people can spot the signs of eating distress and help others seek the support they need as early as possible. We use Local Giving as our donation platform, and any contribution enables us to continue providing our supportive services for people struggling with anxiety around food