A facilitator…..

  • makes things easier
  • observes confidentiality at all times
  • does not need professional qualifications
  • can offer support
  • is non-judgemental
  • provides a warm welcome to all
  • shows empathy
  • gives everyone the option to share or “pass”
  • cares for themselves, sharing any difficulties or discomfort they feel with other facilitators.

As per Beat guidelines, anyone considering being a facilitator, should be fully recovered from an eating disorder for at least two years. Beat is a national charity supporting those challenged by eating disorders and their friends and families.

If you feel you could offer your help as a facilitator, please contact our Administrative Assistant.

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