Join us for another free BrEDS webinar on Monday February 8th 2021 7.30pm – 9pm.

Jenny Langley and Prof Janet Treasure will discuss Eating Disorders and Carers.

To view the webinar live simply be logged in to the BrEDS Workplace forum at the time – it will be in the Livestream channel. Search “webinar” if you can’t find it. The recording will be available to view after. You can participate live through the chat box.

BrEDS Workplace forum is free to access for those working in the field of eating disorders – professionals and volunteers. To request access please follow the instructions here: https://breds.org.uk/professionals/using-the-professional-community-forum/

Jenny Langley

Since her son recovered from anorexia 15 years ago, Jenny Langley has campaigned to raise awareness of eating disorders and the impact on the whole family, and to provide practical help and support to families affected by eating disorders.

Jenny has worked closely with the Eating Disorder Research team of The Institute of Psychiatry for over 10 years, and is trained in the New Maudsley Model. She has become an “experienced carer” coach for the research programmes and delivers regular skills workshops for carers, as well as training for facilitators. Since COVID Jenny has been delivering all of her training on line via Zoom. This has been extremely successful and extended the reach of the carer skills programmes both in terms of global reach and numbers able to access the courses.

Jenny co-authored the New Maudsley Skills-Based Training Manual with Prof Janet Treasure and Gill Todd which was published by Routledge in 2018. Jenny also wrote of her family’s experiences in the book Boys Get Anorexia Too, published in 2006, and has a special interest in providing support and hope to the many families from all over the world who are struggling with a male eating disorder in their midst.

The value of Jenny’s insight and experience across the entire lifecycle of an eating disorder has been recognised at training she has delivered to clinicians at a range of eating disorder services in the UK. Jenny was awarded the Beat Volunteer Recognition Award in 2014 for Outstanding Service to Education and Awareness, as well as the 2016 Royal College of Psychiatrists Award for Carer Contributor of the year in recognition of her ongoing work with carers, eating disorder services and in the wider community with a particular focus on preventative work in schools.

Jenny lives in Kent and has six children.

Jenny has recently consolidated her previous websites into one main New Maudsley site:

Home – newmaudsleycarers-kent (newmaudsleycarers-kent.co.uk)

All the Training Manual worksheets, many of which now have accompanying videos, can be seen at New Maudsley Carers – newmaudsleycarers-kent (newmaudsleycarers-kent.co.uk)

And there are additional videos on her Youtube site: New Maudsley Training – YouTube

Information from her original Boys Get Anorexia Too website can now be seen at

Boys Get Anorexia Too – newmaudsleycarers-kent (newmaudsleycarers-kent.co.uk)

Professor Janet Treasure

Professor Janet Treasure is a world-leading clinical and academic psychiatrist in eating disorders. To date, Professor Janet Treasure has 44,626 citations with h-index of 115. She has been a principal investigators on several multi-centre studies in eating disorders and a coinvestigator on many international studies. She has mentored over 60 PhD students and numerous clinicians. She has been a member of the NICE committee for the guidelines of eating disorders twice (2004,2017) and is on the member of the committee for MARSIPAN guidelines. She is leading a European project on the value of treatment. She has written numerous books on eating disorder in particular she has cowritten books and other materials with people with lived experience. She has pioneered a collaborative approach of working with patients and their families

Janet Treasure (KCL & SLAM) Professor of Psychiatry with a broad academic & clinical role in eating disorders for over 3 decades. She has led or co-lead several European Research Projects Fifth Framework & was Co-leader on a COST Project and is now leading a European Value of Treatment project. She has led several multicentre treatment studies

Professor Janet Treasure is a world-leading clinical and academic psychiatrist in eating disorders who works at Kings College London and the South London and Maudsley Hospital. She is fellow of the AED, Associate editor of European Eating Disorders Review, leadership Research Award, and Hilde Bruch Lecture Award-2016 (University of Tübingen, Germany). He is currently president of the Eating Disorders Research Society (EDRS) and Co-Chair of the ED Section of the European Psychiatric Association.

To date, Professor Janet Treasure has 44,626 citations with h-index of 115. She has been a principal investigators on several multi-centre studies in eating disorders and a coinvestigator on many international studies. She has mentored over 60 PhD students and numerous clinicians. She has been a member of the NICE committee for the guidelines of eating disorders twice (2004,2017) and is on the member of the committee for MARSIPAN guidelines. She is leading a European project on the value of treatment. She has written numerous books on eating disorder in particular she has cowritten books and other materials with people with lived experience. She has pioneered a collaborative approach of working with patients and their families

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