- 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.