Support for people impacted by eating disorders and body image issues and those who support them. Helpline available 24/7.
NEDC provides resources and fact sheets for families and supports of people with lived experience of an eating disorder.
Eating Disorder Families Australia
Parents and carers with lived experience of caring for someone with an ED, providing support, education, and empowerment.
Mental Health First Aid Australia
First Aid Guidelines for someone who is developing or living with an eating disorder until professional help is received.
Institute For Eating Disorders
A screening tool if you are concerned that you or someone else may be experiencing symptoms ofan eating disorder (Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa or Binge Eating Disorder).
A free education community for parents and includes FEAST 30 Days – ED education materials emailed daily for 30 days.
Information for parents and carers on eating disorders and Family Based Treatment (FBT) including supportive parent-to-parent advice with stories of recovery and hope.
Practical resources including a book, videos and handouts from a place of lived experience, for parents of children and teens doing Family Based Treatment (FBT).
An interactive website to learn more about distressing eating and body image concerns and how to take the next steps towards seeking help and recovery.
An interactive tool to help guide and support parents who are concerned their child may be developing an unhealthy relationship with food, weight, or their body.
Body Image & HAES®
A wide collection of helpful resources including Body Kind Families, Butterfly Body Bright, #TheWholeMe and Body Kind Schools to build body positivity.
Confident Body Confident Child
An evidence-based resource providing parenting strategies to promote positive body image, healthy eating and physical activity in kids aged 2 to 6 years.
Access to an Online Program for 13-25 yr olds to worry less about body, weight, shape, eating, and exercise and Media Smart – a program for use by teachers.
Led by Taryn Brumfitt, 2023 Australian of the Year to educate and inform young people, parents, teachers, and sporting coaches on all things body image.
An international movement founded by Taryn Brumfitt in 2012 to help people embrace their bodies regardless of shape, size, gender, ethnicity, or ability.
A health promotion charity providing evidence-based professional development on body image for individuals, families, teachers, professionals and workplaces.
A school education program for boys aged 14-16 to improve body image, reduce use of supplements and performance-enhancing substances.
Resources on the science of weight loss, weight and wellness, Health At Every Size® (HAES®), fat stigma, body trust and body respect.
Self-paced online programs to help with stress, anxiety (including perinatal anxiety), depression and low mood, insomnia and learning about mindfulness.
A variety of supports for young people, parents, carers, and teachers including peer chats, an online forum, and free coaching for parents and carers.
Centre For Clinical Interventions
Online self-help modules and workbooks for depression, bipolar, social anxiety, panic, self-esteem, procrastination, perfectionism, and eating disorders.
Online meditation courses to help people start, stabilize and deepen their meditation practice. Includes a free Fundamentals 14-day meditation course.
A free Easy Read desktop tool specifically for people with Intellectual Disability to recognise and regulate their thoughts and feelings.
Free support to family and friends of people living with mental health challenges in WA including for adults, families, young people, schools and NDIS services.
A national online and phone mental health support service for kids and youth aged 12 – 25. Centres are located across Australia in metro and rural areas.
Support for people with anxiety, depression, and suicide prevention and for their family and friends. Includes free phone and online counselling and forums.
Free counselling, community forums, peer support and groups for people with complex mental health issues and trauma, and for family and friends around them.
Practical and creative solutions for people experiencing homelessness, family and domestic violence and chronic mental illness. Call 13 78 24.
Mental health support for during pregnancy and the 1st yr of a new baby. National Helpline 1300 726 306 Mon-Sat.
A portal to digital mental health apps, online programs, online forums and phone services and resources from trusted Australian mental health organisations.
Phone or online counselling and referral service for LGBTIQA+ people for sexuality, identity, gender, bodies, feelings, or relationships. Call 1800 184 527.
Confidential support for people impacted by sexual assault, domestic or family violence and abuse. Accessibility for disabilities and non-English speaking people.
Confidential, 24/7 telephone counselling, information, and referral service for anyone in metro or rural WA seeking help for themselves or someone else.
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