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A Coach's Guide to Eating Disorders

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  • Coach_Chris

    Having been approached by a long term anorexic sufferer looking for a coach I've been reading up on eating disorders prior to our first meeting and have recently been referred to BEAT.  This UK charity has some really useful resources for coaches including "Eating Disorders - A Coach's Guide".

    I hope coaches find this useful but would appreciate any top tips you might have.

    Many thanks,


  • robertkmaaye

    Hi Chris.

    It's a great charity and a great resource. They were kind enough to let us post the guide on ConnectedCoaches last month.

    If you were looking for some other tips Blake Richardson posted this 'Understanding Eating Disorders' article based on some research undertaken by David Turner. Also Emma Tomlinson started a similar conversation so you might be able to pick up something from the responses there and any future replies if you subscribe to the thread.

    Hopefully you'll get some more replies to this conversation to help build up the bank of knowledge in relation to this serious issue.

    Thanks for sharing



  • robertkmaaye

    Hi Chris. I thought you might like to know that The Child Protection in Sport Unit has now produced a series of free webinars one of which is on Eating Disorders and Sport. It's available for free after sign up. More info here.

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