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Anjali Heer

Anjali Heer is a Peer Support Worker with Forward Thinking Birmingham’s Specialist Eating Disorder Service, where she uses her lived experience of an eating disorder to help patients find their own motivation and meaning for recovery. She is passionate about this role and about making a positive impact through being a person patients can connect to, as well as an ally to the professionals around them in the multidisciplinary team. She is also an advocate for diversity and inclusion as being Punjabi Sikh, she understands the barriers it can create to accessing services and receiving treatment. She and colleagues have been involved with community projects such as the Eat Out Without the Calorie Count (EWOCC) campaign and Brown Girls Unite.