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Welcome to the
Men Get Eating Disorders Too website
Men Get Eating Disorders Too is an award winning national charity which is run by and for men with eating disorders including their carers and families.
Our website provides essential information that is specific to the unique needs of men and an online space for those affected to get their voices heard (e.g. peer support via our face to face groups and online chat sessions). We also campaign in the media, organise awareness raising events and provide training for professionals.
Latest at MGEDT?
MGEDT appoints new Chair-person & Trustees
Debbie Roche who is mental health campaigner after her son battled anorexia is the new chairs-person of Men Get Eating Disorders Too “We are finding more men sharing their narrative of life with an eating disorder. And, whilst this is … Continue reading
Early bird tickets available for MGEDT National Conference
Early bird rates are available for the second Men Get Eating Disorders Too national conference taking place on 17th November at the Brighthelm in our home city of Brighton. Our theme for the conference this year is ‘Exploring Body Dissatisfaction … Continue reading
BBC highlight increase of males being treated for eating disorders
BBC Breakfast News have announced new found the rising numbers of men being treated for eating disorders. The story’s based on an Freedom of Information investigation conducted, which found the number of men receiving eating disorder outpatient treatment in England has increased … Continue reading
MGEDT National Conference 2017Time: 9-5pm
Venue: Brighthelm Centre, North Road, BN1 1YD
Next date: Our next live chat 1-2-1 sessions is under review and to be re-launched soon.
Live chat 1-2-1 is offers peer support to male sufferers, their carers and family members. Sessions will take place on Wednesday evenings, 7-8.30pm GMT.
For information and support at other times please email us via the contact form.
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