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A Practioner’s Tool
We appreciate how challenging it must be to feel you are unable to immediately alter the course of someone’s experience of an eating disorder.
Wednesday’s Child has been designed to ensure that a GP or a supporting health professional can feel truly ‘enabled’ within their care of someone in the community.

Our programme of delivery is carefully considered, based on lived experience, and draws on a network of exceptional experts and specialists able to input proactively into the lives of those suffering.

How we help

We act as an enabler for the great many GPs, nurse practitioners, therapeutic specialists and emergency medicine staff, who want to have more insight into this devastating illness – and at the same time be able to do something to make a difference to those they care for.

We sit neatly with the new Social Prescribing approach to community medicine, bringing new ways in which you can signpost a sufferer or their family.

Passionate about educating those in the profession, we also offer various training courses and opportunities to help you accelerate your understanding of this mental health illness.

Some of the ways we can support you and your patients are:




This booklet has been devised as a collaboration between SEED Eating Disorder Support Service, and Wednesday's Child, to help families and sufferers navigate this difficult time.

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Restorative Yoga

Our fabulous Yoga Associate delivers a bespoke 1-2-1 yoga session which is specifically designed for those who’ve battled with, or are overcoming an eating disorder or body dysmorphia issues.

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Led by our Craft Associate, Penny, our free workshops are staged as a weekly group, via Zoom. Each week, we take a new craft project – from designing paper flowers to fabric wreaths – and spend an hour of friendship and creativity.

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Parent Support


Are you a parent finding it harder than ever to support someone with an eating disorder during this challenging time?

If you are, we’d love to invite you to join our monthly parent support group. This is now online – as you’d expect – and hosted via zoom in the first week of the month. Each month we have a different lead speaker, to bring insight from their specialist field.

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Family Life

This booklet is devised to help parents and carers navigate the pandemic, offering useful tips, tactics and suggestions.

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Individual empathetic support is something we can all benefit from - particularly now. While we can’t hold your hand in person, this era of social distancing still allows us to support through online sessions with our eating disorders psychologist, guided recovery coaching, and phone-based befriending or advice.

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