Do you care for someone with an Eating Disorder? Learn the highly acclaimed techniques and skills with our engaging DVD, order from Amazon once available.
We work to develop and establish standards and tools to further the understanding and tackling of these illnesses with all involved.
We look to investigate and tackle eating disorders at their roots and build preventive measures for people of all ages.
We build platforms for dialogue between academics, sufferers, their friends and carers to promote dialogue and engagement to serve their respective needs.
We support academics and practitioners in building, collecting and disseminating knowledge, research and evidence for the benefit of all.
We investigate and tackle eating disorders at their roots, building evidence-based preventive programmes and effective treatments for people old and young, male and female.
Succeed supports innovative research by developing and funding projects that promote wellbeing and tackle the root of eating disorders and negative body image.
There are many ways to get involved with our work; volunteer behind the scenes, become a website moderator, write and article for our blog, promote our DVD for carers or Succeed Body Image Programme.
The Succeed Foundation believes in an evidence-based approach to developing programmes and treatments for eating disorders. To ensure the best outcome, we ensure that we always adhere to six stages
An evidence-based body image improvement and eating disorder prevention programme
How to Care for Someone with an Eating Disorder - our new DVD for Carers which will be launched on 22 November 2013. You will be able to order copies on Amazon soon!
A collection of innovative self-help video interventions for individuals with eating disorders
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12 June 2013
An introduction to Dr Carolyn Black Becker, Chair of our Scientific Advisory Board
23 May 2013
Hello! Are you an adult female? Are you available for four evenings in June? Do you want to support the development and creation of an evidence-based programme for women to establish a positive body image? Please get in touch – we need you!