Longstanding Beliefs and Eating Disorders

Hi there,

My name is Hannah Kelland. I am training to be a clinical psychologist. I am conducting some research into beliefs and eating disorders. I am inviting you to take part in this internet-based research project.

What does the study involve?

Taking part in the study will involve you completing a range of questionnaires. You can fill these out online, or contact me to receive a paper copy. They should take between 30 and 40 minutes to complete.

Why should I take part?

It is hoped that the study will help to increase psychological knowledge about the impact of longstanding beliefs on eating disorders, and of how to best help people who are suffering from them.

Who should take part?

We are looking for women and men who are currently suffering from an eating disorder (anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and eating disorder not otherwise specified). Also, you must be 18 – 65 years of age and speak fluent English.

What should I do if I want to take part or want further information?

Please click on this link: www.surveymonkey.com/s/hannahkelland

On this website you will find more details about the study. If, after reading this information, you would still like to take part then you will be directed to complete the questionnaires.

For those of you who decide to take part - thank you very much! It will take 30-40mins to complete so please put enough time aside. It is important that you complete all the questionnaires in the survey otherwise I won't be able to complete the analysis! You will then have the option of entering the prize draw to win an ipod shuffle or £50 amazon voucher once they're all done.

If you would like to contact me about the research my contact details are:

Email: [email protected]

Address:
Oxford Doctoral Course in Clinical Psychology,
The Isis Education Centre,
Warneford Hospital,
Headington,
Oxford OX3 7JX
Phone: 01865 226431
Or go to www.surveymonkey.com/s/hannahkelland

Thank you for taking an interest in this study!


“I saw a SWEDA support worker on campus at university. I had been struggling with binge eating disorder and compulsive exercise for about ten years. The SWEDA support worker was able to help me look at my relationship with food and my body in a different way. I have learned to be kinder to myself and they taught me techniques which helped me to slow down my thinking. Now I can go out and have fun without worrying all the time.”

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