DISORDERED EATING

Sport and movement have the capacity to improve body image and our food relationships. Not only does early detection of disordered eating prevent eating disorders, but it also improves performance and overall wellbeing.

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ASSESSING DISORDERED EATING

A screening tool designed to assess disordered eating and body image concerns in current and former athletes, and athletic populations.

The Athletic Disordered Eating (ADE) Scale is best administered by clinicians with extensive training in eating disorders.

FOR CLINICIAN FACILITATION

This version of the tool is designed to be facilitated with an experienced eating disorder clinician. In this version of the scale there are comprehensive clinical questions and score interpretations. It is designed to be supported alongside nutritional and/or psychological counselling and support.

FOR CURRENT AND FORMER ATHLETE SELF REPORT

This concise version of the scale has been designed for clinicians to deliver to athletes to self report. For people without access to clinical support, download the athlete version of the tool which is applicable for current or former athletes. Always reach out for professional support if in doubt.

FOR ACADEMICS

The academic publication of this scale is under review and will be made available through our email subscriber list as soon as it is published. For access to the relevant reliability, validity and assessment please refer to the following confirmed PhD thesis (Chapters 11 &12).

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