Glad you enjoyed it. What did you learn about psychological issues?
generally speaking that psychological support is lacking badly in many areas of the country and that multi disciplinary teams such as a team to deal with people that score highly with the combination of diabetes stress , general anxiety issues , and high HbA1c issues -- fall through the system
because there isn't anyone really connecting all of those dots together.
it also seems that it is in the transitional care areas after a child leaves paediatric care , moves away to university , or the adult clinic is poorly rescourced on mental health support that a lot of the food issues start. ( an average age diagnosis of an eating disorder is in the mids 20's)
there is according to Jacq ( who is doing her doctorate currently ) general consensus there is an increased incidence of eating disorders in people with Type 1 diabetes.
and with the addition of insulin omission as a clinical symptom in anorexia and bulimia nervosa incidence rates increase even further.