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CEED has sourced and provides a range of resources for clinicians and services, from tools, guidelines and links to other useful sites. To find a resource, you can search by category in the menu to the left or by keyword in the search box. For access to our 's and other's useful videos please click here

Family-based Treatment Weight Progress Chart
Weight chart which can be used in FBT treatment by clinician
Family Matters Tipsheet 5: Telling people
Family Matters Tipsheets developed by CEED Carer Consultant for clinicians to provide to families in treatment at CAMHS/CYMHS. This one addresses the thorny issue of who to tell about their child's eating disorder and ideas on how.
Family-Based Treatment (FBT) for Adolescent Eating Disorders Recommended Reading List
Summary of books, case descriptions and articles which clinicians may find useful when commencing or undertaking FBT
Assessment of Physical Activity in Eating Disorders
A tool for assessing the degree to which physical activity is problematic for a client
Family-based Treatment – Phases, Sessions & Notes
A summary guideline for what to be doing and looking out for in the sessions of the different phases of FBT
Case Management and Care Leadership for Eating Disorders: CEED Guide to Eating Disorder Recovery / Treatment Care Team Planning
A guide for clinicians working with clients with Anorexia Nervosa and other severe eating disorder presentations to be used after assessment and discussion with client and/or family about their views of what will help and available treatment options
Key Tenets of Family-based Treatment
A one page summary of the key tenets of FBT
Meal Support for people with Eating Disorders: How do we do it?
A table providing a summary of approaches to support effective meal support
Minimum food needs for ongoing weight restoration
A pictorial depiction of a typical daily menu when restoring weight
Centre for Clinical Interventions
This is the website of a specialist Eating Disorder outpatient treatment service, the Centre for Clinical Interventions, which is funded by the Western Australian government. The website contains resources for health professionals and individuals with Eating Disorders, including information sheets and an online self-help program.
My Plan for Restoring My Weight, Health Plan template & progress chart
A template for a client/consumer to use when planning meals for weight gain
Request for Consultation and Training Form
This Word form is the form which can be used to request a consultation or training from CEED.
Nutrition in Recovery from Anorexia Nervosa
A guide to developing a plan for recovering from the malnutrition experienced in Anorexia Nervosa. Includes advice on challenges, fuel needs for weight restoration and sample meal plans
Externalisation from the Eating Disorder
Separating from or externalising the eating disorder from the sufferer is a helpful and powerful strategy in the treatment of the condition
Our Plan for Restoring Our Child’s Weight & Health plan template & progress chart
Developed for parents to use when planning meals for refeeding and weight restoration
Family-Based Treatment (FBT)
Summary of the key tenets and components of Family-Based Treatment (FBT) with links to useful websites and books
Highly Recommended Eating Disorders Psycho-education & Family-based Treatment Support Resources for Parents
List of videos and websites which are very helpful to families undertaking FBT
Starvation Syndrome The Biology of Starvation
Ancel Keys’ Minnesota study: in Minnesota in 1944 wartime conscientious objector college students volunteered for research that today remains a good description of what happens when a human partially starves and then re-introduces food
Resources to tackle Binge Eating:
List of useful websites and self help manuals which can be used to support treatment of binge eating disorder.
DSM V Eating Disorders
Description of the DSM V criteria for eating disorder diagnosis
Self-Help & Guided Self-Help Print Resources for Weight / Shape / Body Image & Eating Concerns and for Eating Disorders.
A summary of self-help & guided self-help print resources for weight / shape / body image & eating concerns and for eating disorders.
Body Mass Index (BMI) Percentiles in Diagnosis & Family-Based Treatment of AN BOYS (7 - 16 yrs)
BMI at 50th percentile or median BMI (mBMI) is used in Family-Based Treatment for AN to define a client’s ‘Expected Body Weight’ (EBW), and provides a general guide to expected healthy BMI for age. Healthy BMI for age for very slight or robust framed individuals may range above or below this figure. Delayed height growth (stunting) will require separate assessment by reviewing history of height velocity and expected height for age. Assessment by a Paediatrician will provide a more comprehensive guide to an individual’s healthy weight and growth status.
Treatment weight progress chart ADULT
A sample treatment weight progress chart for use with adults
Body Mass Index (BMI) Percentiles in Diagnosis & Family-Based Treatment of AN GIRLS (7 - 16 yr)
BMI at 50th percentile or median BMI (mBMI) is used in Family-Based Treatment for AN to define a client’s ‘Expected Body Weight’ (EBW), and provides a general guide to expected healthy BMI for age. Healthy BMI for age for very slight or robust framed individuals may range above or below this figure. Delayed height growth (stunting) will require separate assessment by reviewing history of height velocity and expected height for age. Assessment by a Paediatrician will provide a more comprehensive guide to an individual’s healthy weight and growth status
Mental Health 1st Aid guidelines - Eating Disorders
Guidelines for the public have been developed for English speaking countries with developed health systems about first aid applicable to a range of developing mental disorders and mental health crisis situations. These guidelines were produced using the Delphi method, which is a systematic way of assessing the consensus of a panel of experts. The guidelines consist of first aid actions that have been rated as important or essential by expert panels of professionals, consumers and carers. This resource is specific eating disorders.