Addictive Eaters

Posted on 26. Apr, 2018 in Community, Eating Disorder

For most people eating is a pleasure, but for some it can be an addiction. Addictive Eaters Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience and hope with each other to solve their common problem and help others to recover from addictive eating. AEA was established in Christchurch, New Zealand by […]

Helping Children Living with Autism

Posted on 21. Mar, 2014 in Christian Values, Eating Disorder, Education, Health, Mental Health, Music Therapy, Young people

Dr Goodwin McDonnell is a practicing GP who along with a great many of the medical profession have committed themselves to help children and families who are living with autism and related life challenging illnesses. Dr. Goodwin is not just a GP but also a homeopath, and approaches his medical practice with an integrative approach […]

Eating Distress Help

Posted on 12. Jun, 2007 in Eating Disorder, Health, Mental Health

Eating distress is a very serious problem and people who are not treated can die.  Previously on this programme we heard from Lee a girl who had eating distress talking frankly about her experience with it and how she recovered through the help of the people at the Marino Therapy Centre.  Marie and Jerry Campion […]

Eating Distress

Posted on 30. May, 2007 in Eating Disorder, Health, Mental Health, Young people

Eating distress has the highest mortality rates of all mental illness and causes serious psychological distress, yet it is often seen as a “fad” or a fashion driven desire.  The key to understating eating distress is that food and size are used as a way to control or deal with emotions and this can take […]


Posted on 27. Dec, 2006 in Addiction, Eating Disorder, Health, Mental Health

Christmas is a season associated with wining and dining, but this can be a nightmare for those suffering with eating disorders such as Anorexia and Bulimia. Often seen as ‘fashion victim’ diseases associated with a desire to be thin, it is actually a great deal more intricate and complicated than that. Miriam Gormally asked Catherine […]