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Disordered Eating: A Coach’s Role in Identifying and Supporting Participants with Eating Problems

In the final part of our series on disordered eating, Dr Carolyn Plateau, Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Loughborough University, reflects on the role of the coach in identifying, supporting, and managing disordered eating and eating disorders in participants

Disordered eating is an emotive subject, generating complex feelings among coaches and members of a wider coaching team.  

In this video, Dr Carolyn Plateau discusses her research into coach experiences and feelings towards identifying and supporting participants with disordered eating and eating disorders.

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