We are open and accessible to all.
Working with clinicians, commissioners and services to deliver resources and training in guided self-help for eating difficulties.
OPEN TO ALL
Open and accessible to all adults aged 16+ recognising that mental health and physical health problems are not exclusive to one cohort e.g. gender, socio-economic group, ethnicity etc.
Clinicians and clinical services can be assured that our resources are; informed by the evidence, offer effective support to their communities and involves the highest possible standard of evaluation.
Recognise the importance of good mental and physical health and work holistically to promote positive change both from an individual and community perspective.
RESOURCES AND TOOLS
Our resources are informed by social science and behaviour-based theory, advocate the use of innovative digital products to strengthen the clinical service offer and are developed in co-production with our communities throughout.
PROMOTING WELL-BEING AND HEALTH
Focused on improving public health and reducing health inequalities by raising awareness and equipping communities with the tools to self-care.
A BRIEF HISTORY
Suzanne and Ursula have work together clinically for the past 16 years supporting patients with eating disorders, mental health conditions and eating difficulties within the NHS and private settings. They share a passion for working creatively to improve care and treatments for people with eating difficulties. They have redesigned and updated the GSH manual to keep in line with the latest research and clinical developments and in 2018 they joined up with the MyTransitions team to co-produce this as a digital resource.