Below are details of organisations to contact for support if you have concerns about your child or teenager. Some of these organisations will also visit schools to make presentations to class groups - find out more here.
| Bodywhys is the national voluntary organization dedicated to supporting the 200,000 people in Ireland affected by eating disorders. Bodywhys provides a range of support services for people affected by eating disorders, including specific services for families and friends. |
w: www.bodywhys.ie e: email@example.com
PO Box 105, Blackrock, Dublin ( 1890 200 444 )
| Lois Bridges is Irelands only dedicated Inpatient, Daypatient and Outpatient Care Facility solely for the treatment of Eating Disorders, based in North County Dublin. We offer comprehensive and flexible Treatment programs for both adolescence and adults suffering from anorexia, bulimia and binge eating. Our approach is compassionate, understanding and supportive, in a non judgmental environment. It is our mission to embrace each individuals mental, physical, psychological and emotional aspects in order to promote recovery. |
w: www.Loisbridges.ie e: firstname.lastname@example.org
3 Greenfield Road,Sutton, Dublin ( (01) 839 6147 )
|Marino Therapy Centre |
Marino Therapy Centre (MTC) is an outpatient clinic for those suffering from Eating Distress. MTC Eating Distress Practitioners are Teachers and Mentors of a Free and Positive Life. Education is core to our treatment. Education is from the Latin word 'educe' which means 'draw out, bring out'. We aim to draw the very best out of every person we work with. The work of our MTC team is based on teaching our clients to let go of self-destructive coping mechanisms and learn to experience a Life of Freedom. Our program, based in over 20 years of specialising in eating distress recovery, provides positive life-changes, cognitive and behavioural changes, emotional guidance and learning to let go of your negative, and pre-conditional thinking.
w: www.marinotherapycentre.com/ e: email@example.com
94 Drumcondra Road Upper Dublin ( 01 8576901 )
| The St Patrick’s University Hospital Eating Disorders Service provides specialist care for adults (18 years and above) with a range of eating problems. The Eating Disorders Service provides care in an outpatient, day-patient or inpatient setting according to the needs of the individual. The outpatient service is based at the Sandyford Dean Clinic and the inpatient and day service is located within St Patrick’s University Hospital. |
James Street Dublin ( 01 249 3471 / 01 293 9328 )