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EDA'S personal Blogger Miss Naomi Lloyd goes live

To coincide with World Mental Health Day 2016, EDA are so very priviledged to introduce our very own personal blogger - Miss Naomi Lloyd.

Naomi is an amazing and inspirational young girl who has overcame the tortourous grips of anorexia nervosa. Now in recovery, Naomi, through her insightful and courageous writing, is trying to instill hope in those who are still trying to overcome their battles.

Naomi's writing undeniably provides an immediate insight into the very often misunderstood world of anorexia nervosa. Click on the link below to access Naomi's blog.

Our New Logo is Here

We have been working hard over the past few months trying to finalise our new logo and we are delighted to now launch our finished product!!!

We wanted something that would be fitting to represent us, our aims, our objectives and the work that we do. We wanted something that would symbolise recovery from an eating disorder. We wanted something that would symbolise hope. We wanted something that, when looked upon by someone with lived experience, of the torture and torment of living with an eating disorder, it would elicit understanding and meaning and instill hope and belief.

Would you like to further the understanding into eating disorders?

The Clinical Psychology Department at Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia are seeking people to take part in their online study investigating the field of eating disorders. The study has received full ethical approval. Below is a brief summary of the research. 

Title - Ecological momentary assessment of schema mode fluctuations and their relation to eating disorder behaviours

Call for Participants - Females (18+) with and without an eating disorder

'Addiction to Restriction: Assessing Self-Starvation Behaviours and Their Personality Correlates'

Can you help?

Researchers at Griffith University in Australia are seeking to further the understanding and treatment of Anorexia Nervosa.  EDA fully supports further research into eating disorders as further research and study will inevitably further understanding of the illness and subsequently aid the treatment of those struggling with the illness. 

Please see the below information from the reserachers on how to take part in the research.

Miss Northern Ireland Finalist - Dionne Hull chooses EDANI as her charity

EDANI are delighted and deeply appreciative that, Miss Banbridge and Miss Northern Ireland Finalist, Dionne Hull and her family have selected us as their chosen charity to fundraise for. Ann and Aileen had the pleasure of meeting up with Dionne and her mother, Julie recently and we have no doubt that Dionne will go far. Dionne's personality; her friendliness, her generosity, her kindness, her warmth and indeed compassion and sensitivity for those struggling with an eating disorder is radiating. We wish Dionne all the very best in the competition and indeed all her future endeavours.


Eating Disorder Association NI
28 Bedford Street,
Belfast, BT2 7FE
Phone: 028 9023 5959