We have collected dozens of websites about Eating Disorders and related areas

Australian Websites

1. Australia and New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders (ANZAED)

This is the website of the Australia and New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders,
the peak professional association that supports and represents professionals
who work in the field of eating disorders in Australia.

Website: www.anzaed.org.au

 

2. Bridges Association Incorporated (Bridges)

This is the website of Bridges Association Incorporated, a charitable incorporated association of Western Australia. It is the state's peak body representing and supporting the interests of individuals with eating disorders.

Website: www.bridges.net.au

 

3. Centre for Clinical Interventions (CCI)

This is the website of a specialist eating disorder outpatient treatment service, the Centre for Clinical Interventions, which is funded by the Western Australian government. The website contains resources for health professionals.

Website: www.cci.health.wa.gov.au

 

4. Eating Disorders Association Incorporated (EDA)

This is the website of the Eating Disorders Association Incorporated, Queensland's peak charitable incorporated organisation representing and supporting the interests of individuals with eating disorders and their carers.

Website: www.eda.org.au

 

5. Eating Disorders Foundation of Victoria Incorporated (EDV)

This is the website of Eating Disorders Victoria, Victoria's peak charitable incorporated organisation representing and supporting the interests of individuals with eating disorders and their friends and loved ones.

Website: www.eatingdisorders.org.au

 

6. The Butterfly Foundation (Butterfly)

This is the website of the Butterfly Foundation, the peak national body supporting and representing the interests of individuals with eating disorders and/or body image concerns, and their families, friends and carers.

Website: www.thebutterflyfoundation.org.au

 

7. The Centre for Eating & Dieting Disorders (CEDD)

This is the website of The Centre for Eating & Dieting Disorders, an academic and support centre based in Sydney that is a collaborative venture of the University of Sydney and the Sydney South West Area Health Service. 

Website: www,cedd.org.au

 

International Websites

1. Academy for Eating Disorders (AED)

This is the website of the Academy for Eating Disorders, a global professional association providing leadership in research, education, treatment, prevention, and advocacy for people living with an eating disorder. 

Website: www.aedweb.org

 

2. Beating Eating Disorders (beat)

This is the website of BEAT, the peak United Kingdom charity for Eating Disorders. The website contains a range of support features that may be relevant to international users, including publications such as information sheets and leaflets, an events and conferences notice webpage, and an online bookshop.

Website: www.b-eat.co.uk

 

3. Bodywhys: The Eating Disorder Association of Ireland (Bodywhys)

This is the website of Bodywhys, the peak national support association for individuals with eating disorders in Ireland, and their families and carers. The website details services available and provides information on eating disorders and how to support someone living with an eating disorder.

Website: www.bodywhys.ie

 

4. Bulimia Help (Bulimia Help)

Bulimia Help is a website dedicated to supporting recovery from Bulimia nervosa and related Eating Disorders. The website contains online information, an online support community including a support buddy service, a personal food journal, audio guided eating sessions to help manage eating routines, and tools and exercises to help prevent and manage binge episodes.

Website: www.bulimiahelp.org

 

5. Families Empowering and Supporting Treatment of Eating Disorders (F.E.A.S.T. )

This is the website of F.E.A.S.T., a not-for-profit global organisation that provides support to parents and caregivers of individuals with eating disorders. The website includes information, an online caregivers forum etc.

Website: www.feast-ed.org

 

6. Institute of Psychiatry (IOP)

This is the Eating Disorders website of the Institute of Psychiatry (IOP) at King's College London. The IOP is world-renowned for the quality of its research into eating disorders.

Website: www.iop.kcl.ac.uk/sites/edu 

 

7. Maudsley Parents

This is the website of a not-for-profit volunteer organisation dedicated to supporting parents to help their children recover from eating disorders through the use of Maudsley family-based treatment.

Website: www.maudsleyparents.org

 

8. National Centre for Eating Disorders (NCFED)

This is the website of the National Centre for Eating Disorders, a United Kingdom private organisation that was developed to provide counselling and support to individuals with or affected by Eating Disorders.

Website: www.eating-disorders.org.uk

 

9. National Eating Disorder Information Centre (NEDIC)

This is the website of the National Eating Disorder Information Centre of Toronto, Canada. NEDIC is a not-for-profit organisation that provides information and resources on eating disorders and related issues.

Website: www.nedic.ca 

 

10. National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA)

This is the website of the National Eating Disorders Association, the peak not-for-profit support association for individuals with and affected by eating disorders and related issues in the United States.

Website: www.nationaleatingdisorders.org

Other General Websites

1. Anxiety Online

This website is the gateway to an online internet-based treatment clinic for people with anxiety difficulties. The website consists of information, a clinical assessment program (e-PASS), and treatment programs for specific anxiety problems.

Website: www.anxietyonline.org.au

 

2. ARAFMI: Association of Relatives and Friends of the Mentally Ill (NSW)

These are websites of ARAFMI, an association for carers, relatives, and friends of individuals experiencing a range of mental health issues. ARAFMI supports and represents the interests of this group, and provides counselling, support groups, respite, education, and advocacy.

Website: www.arafmi.org

 

3. ARAFMI: Association of Relatives and Friends of the Mentally Ill (QLD)

These are websites of ARAFMI, an association for carers, relatives, and friends of individuals experiencing a range of mental health issues. ARAFMI supports and represents the interests of this group, and provides counselling, support groups, respite, education, and advocacy.

Website: www.arafmiqld.org

 

4. ARAFMI: Association of Relatives and Friends of the Mentally Ill (TAS)

These are websites of ARAFMI, an association for carers, relatives, and friends of individuals experiencing a range of mental health issues. ARAFMI supports and represents the interests of this group, and provides counselling, support groups, respite, education, and advocacy.

Website: www.arafmitas.org.au

 

5. Helping Minds (WA)

We support children, young people, adults and families that are affected by mental illness across the whole of WA.

Website: www.helpingminds.org.au

 

6. Beyondblue

This is the website of beyondblue: the national depression initiative, Australia's peak not-for-profit organisation dedicated to addressing depression and related issues. The initiative is funded by the federal, state, and territory governments. The website contains symptom checklists and screening questionnaires for depression, anxiety, postnatal depression, and bipolar disorder.

Website: www.beyondblue.org.au

 

7. Carers Australia

This is the website of the peak not-for-profit organisation representing the interests of carers in Australia. Carers Australia aims to support the health, well-being, and financial position of carers and provides advocacy for carers within the government and community. The website provides information for carers such as available services, information about carers, contact details for state- and territory-based offices, publications, event notices, and media releases.

Website: www.carersaustralia.com.au

 

8. Children of Parents with a Mental Illness (COPMI)

This is the website of Children of Parents with a Mental Illness, an Australian not-for-profit organisation that provides advocacy, education, and information relevant to children of individuals with mental illnesses. 

Website: www.copmi.net.au 

 

9. GROW Australia

This is the website of GROW, a voluntary community-based organisation that aims to support individuals experiencing a variety of mental health issues. The website provides information, contact details for state-based services and group meeting times and locations.

Website: www.grow.org.au

 

10. Healthdirect Australia

This is the website of Healthdirect Australia, a free 24-hour, 7-day a week, telephone health information line staffed by registered nurses. The information line is available to residents of Australia.

Website: www.healthdirect.org.au
 
11. Lifeline Australia

This is the website of Lifeline Australia. The website provides contact details for the 24-hour confidential telephone counselling line and information service, contact details for other help services and and online help resources.

Website: www.lifeline.org.au
 
12. MensLine Australia

MensLine Australia is a community service that provides support, information, and referral advice for men on issues such as family, relationships, emotions and mental wellbeing. 

Website: www.mensline.org.au
 
13. Mental Health Coalition NT

The Northern Territory Mental Health Coalition (NTMHC) is the peak body for community managed (NGO) mental health sector in the Northern Territory.

Website: www.ntmhc.org.au
 
14. Mental Health Foundation of Australia

Mental Health Foundation Australia (MHFA) is an organisation made up of people from all walks of life. It includes professionals, those living with mental illness, families of those living with mental illness, related organisations concerned with mental health and members of the public with an interest in mental health.

Website: http://www.mhfa.org.au
 
15. Head to Health

Australia has great mental health services and resources, but it can be tough finding the ones that suit you best. We’ve made your search easier by hand-picking resources from publicly funded providers.

Website: https://headtohealth.gov.au/ 
 
16. Multicultural Mental Health Australia (MMHA)

This is the website of Multicultural Mental Health Australia, an initiative funded by the federal government to provide support and information to individuals with mental illnesses from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds.

Website: www.mmha.org.au 
 
17. Parentline

Parentline provides an information, support, and referral service for parents and carers of children. The website contains contact details for support, information, and tipsheets. Parentline is a joint initiative of BoysTown, and the Queensland and Northern Territory governments.

Website: www.parentline.com.au 

18. SANE

This is the website of SANE, an Australian not-for-profit community organisation dedicated to improving the lives and well-being of individuals with mental illness and to preventing suicide. The website contains information, an online bookshop, fact sheets, podcasts, video clips, crisis contact information, a 'StigmaWatch' service for media items, and notices of events, activities, and advocacy initiatives.

Website: www.sane.org 

Other Youth Websites

1. Australian Clearinghouse for Youth Studies

This is the website of the Australian Clearinghouse for Youth Studies, a prime source of youth-related information, research, resources, news, services and products edited for a multi-disciplinary audience. The ACYS also publishes 'Youth Studies Australia' and 'Youth Field Xpress' for researchers, youth workers, and educators.

Website: http://acys.info/

 

2. Headspace

This is the website of headspace, a youth mental health initiative funded by the federal government to give young people access to information and support. The website contains information and fact sheets, advice on where to get help, personal stories, news and events, evidence maps of interventions, and information for parents and carers.

Website: www.headspace.org.au

 

3. Kids Helpline

This is the website of Kids Helpline, a dedicated telephone service designed to support young people aged 5 to 25 years to obtain information and guidance on issues affecting their wellbeing. The website provides details on how to access the Kids Helpline online counselling service and email counselling (7 days a week).

Website: www.kidshelp.com.au 

 

4. ReachOut.com

ReachOut.com is Australia’s leading online youth mental health service that helps young people under 25 get through tough times. ReachOut.com features a range of practical tools for making everyday life a little easier, with resources such as fact sheets, stories, videos, apps, forums and general information.

Website: www.reachout.com 

 

5. Young Carers Australia

This is the website of Young Carers Australia, an initiative to support young people caring for a person with an illness. The website was produced and funded by the Australian government with assistance from Carers Australia. The website contains information and guidance, an online interactive forum, news and events, support service details, a 'Chillout room' with games and entertainment, and opportunities to voice thoughts and opinions on matters of relevance through surveys and e-polls.

Website: www.youngcarers.net.au 

 

6. Youth beyondblue (Ybblue)

This is the youth website for beyondblue: the national depression initiative funded by the Australian government. It contains information, news stories, multimedia, an online directory of health professionals, and information on other resources such as telephone helplines and community support services.

Website: www.youthbeyondblue.com 

 

7. Youth.gov.au

This is the website of youth.gov.au, the Australian government’s central hub for information on services and programs for young people.

Website: http://www.youth.gov.au/Pages/default.aspx

 

8. Feed Your Instinct 

This interactive resource has been devised to help families of 10 - 20 year-olds to assess the early warning signs of eating disorders in their child. Critically, this tool provides an individualised evaluation of the behaviours the family is observing via a step-by-step Q&A format. Once users progress through the Q&A, they finish with a printable PDF report personalised to their child's experience, which they can take to their local GP for action. The report also provides GPs with best-practice guidelines for further assessment and diagnosis.

Website: www.feedyourinstinct.com.au 

 

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