Support and information for you or someone you’re worried about.
You can use this clinically backed tool to screen for signs of an eating disorder.
Your responses don’t suggest a current eating disorder. However, if you are worried, it is still worth speaking to someone you trust about your concerns. Our Help & Support tool can help you think about this.
You seem to be concerned about eating, weight and shape and may be at risk of an eating disorder.
We recommend that you speak to someone you trust about your symptoms. It is never too early to seek help. Don’t wait for the illness to progress.
Our Help & Support tool can help you work out which steps you’re ready to take. The sooner you seek support, the sooner things can start to get better.
An answer of ‘yes’ to two or more questions suggests a possible eating disorder and warrants further assessment by a health professional.
We strongly recommend that you speak with someone about how you are feeling as soon as possible. The sooner you ask for help the more chance you have of getting better quickly. Seeking help early gives the best chance for a full recovery.
Our Help & Support tool can help you work out which steps you’re ready to take.
Early help reduces the severity, duration and impact of an eating disorder. If you notice any warning signs or symptoms you should seek professional help at the earliest possible time. Don’t wait for the illness to progress.
FREED is a flexible evidence-based treatment approach focused on early intervention; making it much more effective than traditional treatments at reversing the changes to brain, body and behaviour caused by eating disorders.
Help & Support
The sooner you seek support, the sooner things can start to get better. We can help you find the right option for you.
Don’t want to use the tool? Download our guide to seeking help and support for more general information and advice.