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1:1 support calls

Whether you are struggling with an eating disorder or eating distress yourself, or worried about someone else, our peer support team is here to help.

We know it can be difficult to reach out for help and talk about what you are experiencing. Our 1:1 support calls provide a safe space for you to ask questions and share your concerns for either yourself or a loved one. Our peer support team either have personal experience of recovery or have supported a loved one through recovery. They will meet you wherever you are in your journey, providing reassurance and emotional support with a focus on practical guidance and strategies to help you move forward.

“The support calls really help me organise my thoughts and get back on track with my recovery.”

Book a 1:1 support call

Appointments are available Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm (and Tuesday evenings until 8pm) for up to 40 minutes.  When booking, you will be able to select either a telephone call, video call, or online chat.  You can choose which member of our team you’d like to book a call with or select ‘no preference’ to show all available appointments.

You are welcome to use the service multiple times. However we are a small team with high demand for our services, so to be fair to everyone, we ask that you don’t book more than one appointment per week.

Please read our charter which includes our terms of use.

Your privacy

Our support services are confidential, and our team aims to create a trusting relationship with you. Your personal details will never be shared with third parties unless consent has been given, and only on a ‘need to know’ basis. Exceptions to this are detailed in our confidentiality policy and are made only where there is a potential risk to you or others and/or where required by law.

Meet our peer support team

Learn more about our friendly peer support team, and their personal and professional experience of eating disorders.

Meet the team (yellow)

“I feel like a huge weight has been lifted, thank you for the reassurance.”

“I have been feeling very alone. It’s so good to be able to express my worries about my son out loud.”

“It’s the first time I’ve spoken so openly about this.  I’m so glad I found your support as it’s been really helpful.”