Media case study requests

If you would like any media arequests posted here please email sam@mengetedstoo.co.uk

Would you like to tell your story in the media to raise awareness of eating disorders in men? If you are a male with an experience of eating disorders and would like to tell your story to help support other men in similar situations please get in touch.

We are equally keen to hear from carers, parents, siblings and partners of men with an experience of eating disorders.

Media requests

Participants required for documentary that explores diverse attitudes on mental health
Mordue Pictures are working on a new documentary, Mad World, which investigates the diverse attitudes that surround mental illness and attempts to dissect some of the most common misunderstandings in modern society. We are interested in hearing personal experiences from people who suffer from an eating disorder, in particular:

– how did you go about seeking help initially?

– what form of support or treatment, if any, was offered to you?
Mad World will explore the darkest corners of mental health with health professionals providing insight into some of the most complex conditions, and interviews with sufferers of illnesses such as depression, anorexia, OCD and schizophrenia. However, we also aim to investigate some of the more controversial arguments surrounding mental health such as misdiagnosis, malingering and over-prescription of medication. For more information on this documentary please see our website.

If you are interested in finding out more or would like to share your story, please contact Kirsty Proffitt on kirstyproffitt@morduepictures.com. Your stories will remain anonymous at this stage.

 

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