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A new, visionary, not for profit organisation committed to transforming the dialogue surrounding eating disorders.
We aim to provide individuals and caregivers with resources and language needed to effectively support an individual experiencing an eating disorder.
WHO WE ARE
Hide N Seek is a new, visionary,
not for profit organisation dedicated to changing the conversation surrounding eating disorders.
We are on a mission to create an open conversation around eating disorders, raise awareness and provide invaluable support and resources to caregivers of individuals experiencing an eating disorder.
Hide N Seek is developing a comprehensive educational program designed to equip educators and caregivers with the knowledge and language to support individuals experiencing an eating disorder.
FOUNDER AND CEO
At the age of 12 Jaimee personally struggled with an eating disorder facing challenges in effectively communicating her feelings to those around her. This personal journey inspired her to become a registered counsellor leveraging her own experiences at a psychology practice and drawing upon the language of empathy and understanding.
Jaimee is dedicated to empowering others promoting mental well-being and advocating for changes in the way society approaches eating disorders. Through Hide N Seek she seeks to create an open conversation around eating disorders, foster awareness and provide essential resources and support to those caring for individuals with eating disorders.
Join Jaimee Krawitz and the Hide N Seek Foundation in their mission to transform the language surrounding eating disorders and create a supportive community where caregivers can find the language of support and understanding they need.
Professor Harriet Hiscock, Paediatrician (The Royal Children’s Hospital)
“This is a wonderful, pragmatic e-book that pulls together key resources for people with eating disorders, their families and supporters. It makes sense of the sometimes confusing terms in eating disorders, gives practical guidance on how to approach and support someone who may have an eating disorder, and importantly, talks about how carers can take care of themselves.
A must for anyone caring for a young person with an eating disorder.”
Lifeline: 13 11 14
Kids Helpline: 1800 33 4673
Butterfly Foundation: 1800 55 1800
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