An introduction to Dr Carolyn Black Becker, Chair of our Scientific Advisory Board
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!
Our fantastic intern Kate takes on the Bupa10K!
Beth Robertson blogs on her 13.1 mile journey to the finish line!
Succeed will be attending the 11th London International Eating Disorders Conference, come and say hi if you’re attending too!
Behind every scientist and academic lies a human being and we want to take this opportunity to introduce you to the man, not just the academic.
New international research suggests that the dissatisfaction with a woman’s self-image may become more complex as she ages and move increasingly to a focus on age and ‘old talk’.
Skate on over to Vauxhall’s Roller Disco at The Renaissance Rooms on Thursday 21st February for an evening of music and fun with The Succeed Foundation.
Calling all Carers! We are currently looking for carers to join focus groups for our flagship DVD for Carers project.
Peer Production’s Body Image Project, sponsored by The Succeed Foundation wins CYP now Youth Volunteering Award!
At The Succeed Foundation we believe in full and complete recovery from eating disorders. In this article, Karine our CEO, writes about what it means to be recovered for herself.
If my daughter developed anorexia NOW, instead of back in 2002 when I knew nothing about eating disorders, boy would I do a great job!
The Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) has released new figures on eating disorder admissions. Hospitals in England recorded 2,290 eating disorder admissions in the 12 months to June 2012; a 16% rise on the previous 12 months.
More than 50 under ten-year-olds were admitted to hospital with eating disorders in the past year, as official figures reveal the problem is striking at a younger age
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