Transitions have the capacity to illuminate our vulnerabilities, but within that, our opportunities. Here’s our tips for parents supporting a child in the transition to university.
A big part of recovery involves holding yourself accountable to your goals and taking proactive steps towards creating an environment that fosters your recovery. Here’s a checklist for you to consider ahead of the move to university.
Our latest Guest Blogger shares her advice for making the transition to university and prioritising recovery, “Recovery is a mindset, and it’s possible to cultivate it wherever you are.”
Moving to university can be a challenging time because it’s full of change and new experiences. Our Senior Dietitian, Paula, takes us through her top tips for keeping recovery the priority whilst settling into student life.
We know that people living with eating disorders can feel enormous pressure around exams, and that receiving results can be a trigger for intensifying eating disorder behaviours. Our Senior Occupational Therapist discusses the emotions that can arise, and how you can mindfully acknowledge your feelings whilst maintaining eating disorder recovery.