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Jessica Sharman

Jessica Sharman 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 support young people in the service. She is also a BACP Registered Integrative Counsellor, drawing on Gestalt, Psychodynamic and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CTB) theory to support clients with a range of presenting issues. Jessica is very passionate about improving accessibility and quality of eating disorder services, and has completed and presented Masters research that focuses on therapists’ experiences working with men with eating difficulties. She and her peer support colleagues have also been involved in a range of community projects, including their Eat Out Without the Calorie Count (EWOCC) campaign.