How can we help you?

Do you have an eating disorder?

Complete the SCOFF questionnaire and the result will give you an indication of whether or not you have an eating disorder.

Scoff-Questionnaire

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Drop In

1-3pm every Friday, Quayside House off Chain Caul Way, Preston Docks

Our Drop In Service is a place where you can:

  • Find out where you can receive treatment, therapy, support and advice in your area
  • Receive information and help regarding specific topic areas relevant to eating disorder sufferers and carers
  • Complete fun and educational worksheets which can help you on your road to recovery
  • Have space and time to explore how your feeling and express yourself through our wide range of art resources
  • Help to develop and improve your life skills and build self-confidence
  • Meet and chat informally with both other sufferers and our volunteers in a relaxed, safe and confidential environment
  • Access our useful resources and find out about our self-help group and calendar of support groups for forthcoming weeks

 

Here at S.E.E.D we know how difficult it is to look after someone with an eating disorder or to be affected by one. This is why we run a support group and a Carers advice and information clinic where you can ask those nagging questions to make yours and the sufferers lives a little easier.

 

Support Group

7-8.30pm fortnightly on Fridays, Quayside House off Chain Caul Way, Preston Docks

This group provides education about relevant eating disorder and mental health aspects of recovery, and is held in a safe, comfortable and confidential environment. The group focus’ on topics such as healthy eating and realistic expectations, managing mealtimes and coping during holiday periods.  

 

Carers Advice and Info Clinic

7-8.30pm fortnightly on Fridays, Quayside House off Chain Caul Way, Preston Docks

This advice and information clinic offers friendly and relaxed advice sessions, designed to give family members, friends or partners, information, support and advice in all aspects of eating disorders and mental health issues. It is an hour and a half long in which carers can openly discuss any topics they like and share their own experiences to give and receive support from other individuals in similar situations.

 

Counselling

S.E.E.D has four volunteer therapists who offer a counselling service open to the general public. The service is targeted at individuals who are yet to receive NHS therapy or treatment or have yet been diagnosed with a mental health problem, but are unsure of where to go and looking for some support to walk with them through their journey at this point in their life. For more information about our S.E.E.D counsellors and booking an initial appointment with one of them please email hello@seedlancashire.co.uk or call 0800 088 3151. The only cost involved is £10 an hour to cover the cost of room hire. Counselling sessions are held in our building, Quayside House off Chain Caul Way, Preston Docks. We can offer up to 12 sessions at a time before reviewing our availability of the service.

 

Support for Schools

See our Young People’s Outreach Project on the Education & Information page.
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Drop In

1-3pm every Friday, Quayside House off Chain Caul Way, Preston Docks

Our Drop In Service is a place where you can:

  • Find out where you can receive treatment, therapy, support and advice in your area
  • Receive information and help regarding specific topic areas relevant to eating disorder sufferers and carers
  • Complete fun and educational worksheets which can help you on your road to recovery
  • Have space and time to explore how your feeling and express yourself through our wide range of art resources
  • Help to develop and improve your life skills and build self-confidence
  • Meet and chat informally with both other sufferers and our volunteers in a relaxed, safe and confidential environment
  • Access our useful resources and find out about our self-help group and calendar of support groups for forthcoming weeks

 

Here at S.E.E.D we know how difficult it is to look after someone with an eating disorder or to be affected by one. This is why we run a support group and a Carers advice and information clinic where you can ask those nagging questions to make yours and the sufferers lives a little easier.

Support Group

7-8.30pm fortnightly on Fridays, Quayside House off Chain Caul Way, Preston Docks

This group provides education about relevant eating disorder and mental health aspects of recovery, and is held in a safe, comfortable and confidential environment. The group focus’ on topics such as healthy eating and realistic expectations, managing mealtimes and coping during holiday periods.  

Carers Advice and Info Clinic

7-8.30pm fortnightly on Fridays, Quayside House off Chain Caul Way, Preston Docks

This advice and information clinic offers friendly and relaxed advice sessions, designed to give family members, friends or partners, information, support and advice in all aspects of eating disorders and mental health issues. It is an hour and a half long in which carers can openly discuss any topics they like and share their own experiences to give and receive support from other individuals in similar situations.

Counselling

S.E.E.D has four volunteer therapists who offer a counselling service open to the general public. The service is targeted at individuals who are yet to receive NHS therapy or treatment or have yet been diagnosed with a mental health problem, but are unsure of where to go and looking for some support to walk with them through their journey at this point in their life. For more information about our S.E.E.D counsellors and booking an initial appointment with one of them please email hello@seedlancashire.co.uk or call 0800 088 3151. The only cost involved is £10 an hour to cover the cost of room hire. Counselling sessions are held in our building, Quayside House off Chain Caul Way, Preston Docks. We can offer up to 12 sessions at a time before reviewing our availability of the service.

Support for Schools

See our Young People’s Outreach Project on the Education & Information page.