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I’ll be there for you: video

I’ll be there for you: video

Ellern Mede supports families because when an eating disorder affects one member of the family it has a ripple effect that challenges every aspect of family life and all family relationships; friend relationships too. We are so often asked ‘how do we deal with this?’...
ED is not just about weight

ED is not just about weight

“Striving for a world in which doctors measure psychological distress, rather than stones, pounds and ounces,” is the suggested way that the Government’s Mental Health Champion, Natasha Devon, MBE, recommends we improve our approach to eating disorders. In a blog...
Inpatient in Camden talent contest

Inpatient in Camden talent contest

Life achievements don’t get put on hold when you are an inpatient at Ellern Mede centres, as proved by a very talented young musician who successfully performed at Camden, London’s ‘Open Mike’ talent spotting singing event in October 2018. This young woman is a...
World Mental Health Day 2018

World Mental Health Day 2018

10th October 2018 is World Mental Health Day, and UK media and MPs have responded with a high degree of attention to what The Guardian states is a ‘worldwide’ problem of ‘monumental suffering’ and many spokespeople say the focus must be on young people. One school...
Prevention better than cure

Prevention better than cure

“Very sad to watch” is how many viewers described the frank and graphic video portrayals of children experiencing psychosis, aired by BBC Panorama on 24 September 2018. The programme, called ‘Kids in Crisis’ was put together by a journalist, Sean Fletcher, who...