Mrs Beach said she is "excited" about her return, but she is still concerned about the lack of specialist services to treat eating disorders in Wales.
Please select your role in relation to this artist, add a few words of explanation to help us verify your request, and then click the 'Submit' button.Dr Dee Dawson, medical director at the Rhodes Farm clinic, in north London, which helps children with anorexia and bulimia, said she did not think eating disorders were taken seriously in Wales."I think the NHS is well aware that the specialised units where you have dieticians, therapists, doctors and nurses coming together and working as a team, you certainly get the best results," she said."We can't be waiting around even more for people to die and to have to go to other countries for treatment." Health Minister Edwina Hart has said she wants more services available in the community - and has allocated 1m a year to pay for these services.She also plans to introduce new guidance for the health service to intervene earlier when eating disorders are diagnosed.