Take a look at some of the reviews and comments made by others who are influential in the field of eating disorders.  If you want to give your own review, just drop me a line or let me know where you have left the review and I’ll happily place it here. I’m really happy with the feedback so far and welcome all views and comments but all comments are welcome. This podcast is very new and I want it to evolve with your support, so keep the comments coming..

This is what Eva Musby had to say in her May newsletter. Eva helps parents to support any son or daughter suffering from an eating disorder, in particular anorexia nervosa.

“…A new podcast by a therapist in England’s NHS –

Podcasts are a great way to expand our learning, pique our interest, and let us hear the voices and personalities of movers and shakers. Whereas reading can pile up in the To-Do heap, podcasts are easy to listen to while walking the dog on a dull, grey day with no birdsong whatsoever — and we’ve had plenty of those in Scotland. I listen to a few podcasts regularly and list them here.
I’m looking forward to a new podcast by Mark Taylor because he’s a therapist in one of England’s young people’s eating disorder services. England’s National Health Service has been undergoing huge changes in how it treats eating disorders, so it will be great to hear directly from someone right at the centre of it. For details of the podcast click here…”

Erica Husain – acting Outreach Director for F.E.A.S.T.  –  Families Empowered and Supporting Treatment of Eating Disorders is an international organization of and for caregivers of eating disorder patients. F.E.A.S.T. serves families by providing information and mutual support, promoting evidence-based treatment, and advocating for research and education to reduce the suffering associated with eating disorders.

“…I’ve just finished listening to #1 and am half way through #2 — all music to the ears of this rep for the family perspective. I look forward to sharing it as a resource for families who come to us at F.E.A.S.T. and who are likely to benefit from exactly this kind of calm, measured, voice of professional experience to reassure/reinforce what their peers are often also trying to convey. There is a lot [of information] for the average family to take on board as they embark, and it will be useful to have a voice in the ear in a private space to talk through the various elements that are jostling for attention. I’m also looking forward to listening as these progress and develop…”