Courses designed for employers, for schools (including parents), and for primary care professionals. All courses are informed by cutting-edge research and nearly three decades of experience in the eating disorder community.
Work With Us
Beat works in partnership with a number of healthcare providers, to support the design and delivery of support groups, education programmes, care skills workshops and more.
Eating Disorders International Conference 2016
Tickets are now available! The conference will run from 16-19 March 2016, at the institute of Education, Central London.
Join the UK's largest directory of eating disorder services, with over 20,000 pageviews every month. Listings include private clinics, NHS organisations, private practitioners and more.
Joint the Beat Professional Network
Connect with peers working in the eating disorder field and receive exclusive discounts on our professional services.
European Eating Disorders Review (EEDR)
Beat's bi-monthly academic journal, one of the most respected publications in the field of eating disorders. Subscription includes both print and online editions.
Books and Resources
Beat have developed a number of resources to help educate about eating disorders, including resources for youth workers, and our school PSHE resource, "Educate Too."
Worried About a Pupil?
Schools and colleges are well placed to spot the signs of an eating disorder. Read how you can help.