Amanda Gibson was given electric shock treatment to treat an eating disorder
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Eating disorders: Concern over NI shock treatment

Patients have raised serious concerns about how people with eating disorders are being treated in Northern Ireland.

A 33-year-old woman who spent three months in the Mater Hospital in Belfast over Christmas, said she had been left without any follow-up care.

Amanda Gibson was suffering from bulimia and depression and was given electric shock treatment or ECT.

She spoke to BBC Newsline's Tara Mills.

  • 12 Mar 2014