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MEET ZOE

With first-hand, lived experience of conquering eating disorders, anxiety and depression, a suicide survivor,  Zoe believes ‘life is more than self-hatred and celery sticks’.

 

A strong advocate of ‘Set Point Theory’, Zoe  inspires us with empathy, to rebel against social norms, ‘ditch the diet’ and embrace the notion of body acceptance.

Heartfelt and candid, Zoe Burnett is a playful, warmhearted and compassionate speaker, a creative graduate with broad experience of teaching across a wide demographic, including children and adults.

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AWARDS & ACCOLADES

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During her own recovery from Atypical Anorexia, Zoe began to develop a series of exercises to help keep her on track. Now, she wants to share them with the world. 

Made up of 50 unique cards featuring techniques, activities, distractions and skills to help the recovery process this deck of cards is the size of a traditional card deck, so that it fits in your pocket, handbag, backpack (or anywhere else you care to keep them) so that they can be accessed when you really need them. We will shortly be creating a crowdfunding campaign to fund the production of these fantastic resources. Sign up to our newsletter at the bottom of the page to  find out when it goes live, how you can get involved and what fantastic rewards will be available. 

 
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INSIDE MY ED

LIVING WITH ATYPICAL ANOREXIA

How do you recognise an eating disorder when your BMI says you're "healthy"? In this true story, you'll read Zoe's battle to get treatment and recognition for Atypical Anorexia. Her true and harrowing story. It's a hard look at the truth and horror of living with an eating disorder when to the outside you're "too fat to be anorexic".

Landing in the number 4 spot of Amazon's Best Sellers in Eating Disorder Biographies upon launch Inside My ED has received continuous praise and positive feedback.

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WORKSHOPS

With over ten years’ experience as an educator Zoe is an adept and confident facilitator able to approach difficult subjects in a way that makes them accessible for those from early years to adulthood. While tackling difficult subjects Zoe’s workshops are uplifting, freeing and fun; they encourage audience participation and cultivate frank, vibrant discussion.

 

Zoe specialises in sharing her lived experience of atypical anorexia and offers tailor made workshops and talks on the subject and other factors associated with the condition. She is unafraid to share her experience of suicidality, mental health, sexual orientation, pregnancy and her journey towards body positivity.

 

Zoe’s talks and workshops have a focus how to develop the body confidence to live life away from diet culture and numbers. She helps people develop understanding and build robust coping strategies by discussing the science behind why diets do not work and creating ways to learn how to embrace your body for all it can do.  

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY

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Zoe is an inspirational speaker and has a passionate story to tell. She is thought-provoking and challenging, and her own personal story will inspire you to think big and think well about yourself regardless of the challenges life throws at you. 

 

She has inspired many people including future nurses at the University of Lincoln; she has challenged them to think differently about how they approach people and situations and how just a small bit of knowledge and understanding can have an exponential effect on someone for a lifetime. 

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—  Sean Morton RN MA, Senior Lecturer

 Faculty of Health and Social Science, University of Lincoln