Eating disorders in south east Scotland
Forth Valley Fife Lothian Borders

Websites / Scotland and UK

anitt.org.uk

Anorexia Nervosa Intensive Treatment Team (ANITT) for Lothian, based in Edinburgh.

b-eat.co.uk

Beat, formerly the Eating Disorders Association, is a national charity. Its site has details of local self-help and support groups.

bps.org.uk

British Psychological Society

cullencentre.org.uk

Cullen Centre, outpatient psychotherapy centre in Edinburgh.

counselling-directory.org.uk

Find a counsellor or psychotherapist near you from a list of qualified/registered counsellors and psychotherapists

healthscotland.com

Health Scotland, an NHS website, offers a number of leaflets on aspects of mental health and wellbeing, including eating disorders.

iop.kcl.ac.uk

Institute of Psychiatry at the Maudsley Hospital, part of King's College London. The site has good information and downloadable PDFs on medical complications of eating disorders, and is kept up to date with research development.

mentalhealth.org.uk

Mental Health Foundation

moodcafe.co.uk

Moodcafe, based in Fife, offers self-help material on eating disorders and a range of mental health problems.

nice.org.uk

National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. The site allows you to download NICE guidelines on eating and other disorders.

needs-scotland.org

North east Scotland Eating disorders Support group, a self-help group in Aberdeen.

ntw.nhs.uk/pic/selfhelp

Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Trust has designed a series of self-help booklets on a range of topics, which you can download from this website.

rcpsych.ac.uk

Royal College of Psychiatrists. Its website offers leaflets for patients and their families and teachers (in English and Chinese) plus links to other organisations.

sedig.co.uk

Scottish Eating Disorders Interest Group

seemescotland.org.uk

See Me Scotland is a campaign addressing the stigma attached to mental health problems. It site includes information about eating disorders.

swedauk.org

Somerset and Wessex Eating Disorders Association. Its site shows what a local area can do with input from health, education and voluntary agencies.