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Tuesday, November 15, 2011

November 15th, 2011 Eating Disorder Hope Newsletter

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The Eating Disorder Hope Monthly Newsletter covers important developments, events and discussions regarding the prevention, awareness and treatment of eating disorders. Find Articles, Treatment Centers, Events Calendar, Research, Announcements, Resources and more.

Articles

Yoga Helps Women Find Authenticity in Their Own Treatment

@ Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center Staff
Many things set Timberline Knolls apart from other treatment centers.  The fact that we not only treat eating disorders, but offer integrated treatment for co-occurring trauma, substance abuse and mood disorders is probably the greatest differentiator.  Another important difference is our expressive therapy department.  This program encourages residents to regain a sense of mastery over their healthy selves through experiential activities such as art therapy, dance/movement therapy, equine and canine therapy, recreational therapy, daily fitness, meditation and relaxation.

Yoga is an important component of this program, serving as a complimentary adjunct to the 12-step experience as well as the Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) approach.

Elective groups are offered twice a week and include hatha yoga, breath work, guided relaxation, meditation, restorative yoga, and affirmation.  Groups are conducted in safe, non-judgmental environments designed to nurture trust and a sense of empowerment and freedom in every resident.  Each group incorporates a process-oriented component to provide an integrative mind-body experience...Read Article

Ozzie & Harriet’s House it isn’t:  The Holiday Family Meal and other topics to Binge on…

(summary: Developing a Healthy Relationship with Food and Our Bodies)
@ Dr. Deborah Russo, Clinical Psychologist @ Remuda Ranch

As the holidays approach, here are a set of skills to empower you for the challenge of going home for the holidays:   
  1. Use limit setting- take my own car and leave if conversations begin going south, hot and heated and negative.
  2. Take along a supportive friend with me; I don’t have to go it alone.
  3. Practice using rational thoughts and mindful eating.
  4. Set some reasonable goals for myself that include realistic expectations.
  5. Pay attention to my feelings and remember to get up from the table and distract myself from desire to binge.
  6. Use boundaries and stay connected to myself
  7. Eat in balance, moderation and avoid skipping meals so I am not already in deprivation mode before I get there... Read Article

Treatment Centers

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Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center provides eating disorder treatment for women on 43 beautiful acres just outside of Chicago. We offer a nurturing environment of recovery for women ages 12 and older struggling to overcome eating disorders, with or without other co-occurring disorders such as substance abuse/drug addiction, mood disorders or anxiety disorders.
A leader in eating disorder treatment, Timberline Knolls provides real and lasting help for anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorders. Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center has helped hundreds of women and their families achieve long-term recovery, including many who have suffered repeated relapses because of previously unidentified or under-addressed co-occurring disorders.
Timberline Knolls recognizes that each woman has a unique story, and we are committed to helping her harness her own distinctive strengths. Our expert treatment staff forms a collaborative partnership with the resident, her loved ones and outpatient treatment providers. Together, we craft an individualized eating disorder treatment plan for each woman so she may develop the skills she will need to experience the joys of lifelong recovery.
View Timberline Knolls in the Eating Disorder Specialist Library

GENEROUS PARTNERING PLATINUM SPONSOR OF EATING DISORDER HOPE ~ MAKING OUR WORK POSSIBLE!

eemuda300x100banner2010Remuda Ranch offers inpatient and residential programs for women and girls with anorexia, bulimia, OCD and related issues. Treatment takes place in peaceful ranch-like settings in Arizona. Separate, age-appropriate programs ensure that patients are surrounded by their peers and receive treatment from professionals specializing in that specific age group.
Patients receive an individualized treatment plan designed to meet their precise medical, emotional, psychological and spiritual needs. Each woman and girl has a multi-disciplinary treatment team dedicated to helping her get well. This team includes a psychiatric specialist, a primary care physician, a registered dietitian, a licensed master's or doctoral-level therapist, a psychologist, and registered nurses. In addition to individual and group therapy, patients engage in innovative treatment strategies such as equine, art, body image and challenge course.
Remuda Ranch also offers a Binge Eating Disorder Program. This residential program is designed to help women and girls struggling with obesity, compulsive overeating and binge eating disorder. And for those whose eating disorder symptoms are less acute, the Remuda Life Program offers residential treatment. The time spent in this program, with individual and group therapy, often proves exactly what women and girls need to commit to recovery. Since 1990, more than 10,000 individuals have trusted their care to Remuda Ranch. For additional information, please call 1-800-445-1900 today. View Remuda Ranch in the Eating Disorder Specialist Library
GENEROUS PLATINUM SPONSOR OF EATING DISORDER HOPE ~ MAKING OUR WORK POSSIBLE!

The Eating Disorder Center at RogersEating Disorder Services of Rogers Memorial Hospital is the largest nonaffiliated, behavioral health provider in Wisconsin, Rogers Memorial Hospital offers specialized eating disorder treatment. Rogers Memorial provides 24-hour inpatient care, residential treatment and partial hospitalization for men, women, adolescents, and children. We also offer specialized care for co-occurring anxiety disorders and were the first organization to offer a male-specific residential program. Treatment is comprised of small, age-specific groups yielding the most individualized treatment possible. The treatment team uses a number of therapies that take place mostly in a group setting, where individuals get feedback not only from the therapist but from their peers as well. Rogers Memorial uses evidence-based treatment components including: Family therapy,Nutrition therapy, Cognitive-behavioral therapy, Pharmacotherapy, Art therapy, Movement and fitness therapy (yoga), Experiential therapy, Substance abuse counseling, Spiritual counseling, One-to-one support, Daily living responsibilities, Community outings and therapeutic passes and a Specialized family and friends program.
Rogers Memorial Hospital has treated thousands of patients and families affected by eating disorders. The staff of over 70 professionals, approach each patient, family, and referring outpatient treatment team with dignity and respect, and invite them to be contributors to the treatment plan. Rogers Memorial is a specialty not-for-profit hospital that has contracts with most major insurance providers in order to provide the best treatment options to the most people. In January 2009, Rogers opened a specialized inpatient eating disorder program for children and adolescents, ages 8 and up. Call Rogers Memorial outreach staff today at 1-800-767-4411 ext. 1310. to learn more or to schedule a tour.
View Rogers Memorial in the Eating Disorder Specialist Library

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Book Drawing ~ Win One of Ten Free Books Offered

DRAWING ENDS December 15, 2011.Please complete the contact form, enter "Managing Your Anger" in message, and you will automatically be entered into our December 15th drawing!
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Every Woman's Guide to Managing Your Anger

Women juggle the bowling balls of family and finances, children and schedules, church and community, work inside and outside the home.  Within this time-pressured vise, self-care and personal reflection get squeezed out. Over time, each new responsibility, each additional task can feed the flame of anger and resentment.  Injuries and pain of the past weaken the ability to bounce back from frustrating, difficult or stressful situations.  Old wounds, unhealed, break open afresh with present problems.  This pain hurts; when you get hurt, you get angry.
Anger can be an empowering, supercharged emotion shielding a person from the inevitable darts of life.  But like a drug used to cope in the short-term, anger creates an impossible situation long-term.  What do you do when your repertoire of responses grows shorter and shorter, with more and more synonyms for rage?  What do you do when anger is all you think you have left to feel?
Welcome to Every Woman's Guide to Anger.  This book addresses the unique situations and pressures that contribute to anger in women.  Women have unique reasons for their anger; to counter these you need to marshal unique resources to overcome anger and live a life of contentment and peace. Purchase @ A Place of Hope Bookstore
Dr. Jantz has generously donated 10 books to be given away in this drawing!

 Eating Disorder Specialist Library Featured Treatment Center: McCallum Place

 kimberly-mccallum_01 Medical Director of McCallum Place

Kimberli McCallum, M.D., is a board-certified psychiatrist in child, and adolescent as well as in adult psychiatry. She received her medical degree from Yale School of Medicine and completed her training in general psychiatry at the UCLA Neuropsychiatry Institute. She has developed several eating disorder treatment programs, including inpatient, partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient programs.
Dr. McCallum is a member of the Academy of Eating Disorders (AED) and an associate professor of psychiatry at Washington University serves as a board member of the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) and of the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals (IAEDP). Currently she is a candidate at the St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institution. Dr. McCallum has lectured across the country on a variety of topics, achieving national recognition for her skills and knowledge in treating eating disorders and in the medical management of complicated cases.
 
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Staff of McCallum Place

The McCallum Place staff is made up of a dedicated and talented team of professionals. Our small staff-to-patient ratio means patients receive caring, individual attention from people they grow to know and trust. Because a number of our staff is recovered, they are able to provide a unique level of understanding.
McCallum Place, a nationally acclaimed treatment center for patients with eating disorders in St. Louis, MO, provides comprehensive medical and psychiatric care; specialized, evidence-based psychotherapies; and individualized nutritional support.
McCallum Place is a comprehensive eating disorder treatment center serving adolescents and adults in a home-like setting.
We specialize in integrated medical and psychiatric care; providing psychotherapies, nutritional support and family therapy for patients with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorders and compulsive exercise. McCallum Place's central St. Louis, MO area location makes it easy to serve the needs of patients from all over the country including those patients from Missouri and Illinois.
Transition HouseLocated next door to the Residential House, the Transition House offers a safe and nurturing environment that helps ease residents back into independent living. It provides overnight support and can accommodate up to five adult females. Ad­ditionally, residents may utilize a variety of transitional living programs such as nutritional therapy, meal portioning, food preparation, community challenges, Recovery Coach sessions, grocery shopping and group therapy.
Residential Care is offered for females who need 24-hour support. This level of care may also serve as an alternative to hospitalization for some patients who are medically compromised as a result of dangerously low body weight or frequent purging. Patients are supervised with medical monitoring 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Extra support is available for those who are beginning refeeding, who purge frequently and who exercise compulsively.
10 Hour PHP and 6 Hour PHP Programming: Both are offered  up to seven days a week for both males and females who are medically stable and able to refrain from compulsive exercise or other compensatory behavior while away from McCallum Place.
Intensive Outpatient Programs, Phase I & Phase II Op­tions: In Our IOP programs males and females practice what they have learned in treatment at home and return to talk about what challenges they are facing. Our one-of-a-kind phase system allows for highly individualized step-down options. These phases are offered Monday through Friday and includes two psychotherapy groups, weight and behavorial monitoring, and one meal group each day. When ready, patients have the opportunity for supported meals with the staff at local restaurants weekly cooking class, food portioning and sup­ported grocery shopping...read about McCallum Place in the Eating Disorder Specialist Library


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The unique and rapidly expanding Eating Disorder Specialist Library features detailed overviews and pictures of eating disorder treatment centers and providers. Simplify your search for specialized treatment today! Many eating disorder sufferers and families find that reviewing the online 'virtual brochures' offered in the Eating Disorder Specialist Library greatly simplifies their search for treatment.

**Treatment Centers interested in participating in the Eating Disorder Specialist Library can contact:  jacquelyn@eatingdisorderhope.com for further details.



Featured Event: Join Timberline Knolls in Denver for a special FILM screening

americathebeautiful2Timberline Knolls is sponsoring a screening of Darryl Roberts’ new documentary film, “America the Beautiful 2: The Thin Commandments.” Roberts is an award-winning director, who in a follow-up to his “America the Beautiful,” examines the cause of our country’s obsession with dieting. The sequel weighs in on the raging debate between doctors who say fat is healthy versus those who disagree. Dr. Kim Dennis, Medical Director of Timberline Knolls, is featured in the movie.
Thursday, November 17, 2011
Denver Film Society’s Denver FilmCenter/Colfax, 2510 East Colfax | Denver, CO
6:30-7:15 p.m. Check-in and reception with complimentary hors d’oeuvres and refreshments
7:15-7:30 p.m. Welcome and introductions
7:30-9:15 p.m. Film Presentation / 9:15- 10:00 p.m. Q&A
 Following the film, Roberts will be joined by TK’s Dr. Dennis and Juliet Zuercher, Nutrition Coordinator, during a panel discussion/Q&A session. Former Miss America Kirsten Haglund will emcee the event, which is open to eating disorder professionals in the area as well as lay people interested in the film. There is no charge to attend, however pre-registration is required. Space is limited, click here to reserve your seat today

 


The Eating Disorder Non Profit Directory features: Center for Living, Learning and Leading / Reflections

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Delta Delta Delta is a leading advocate and champion for change in the area of body image. Recognizing the potential impact on the health of all college students, Tri Delta became the first organization in North America to successfully broadly disseminate an offline evidence-based body image improvement and eating disorders prevention program (i.e., Reflections: Body Image Program®) for collegiate women. Reflections is a small group, peer-led, cognitive dissonance-based program that is implemented within collegiate communities such as sororities and residence halls. Reflections is the first program to be endorsed by the Academy of Eating Disorders. Tri Delta provides training for this signature program via Reflections: Body Image Academy...

View full page description in the ED Non Profit Directory

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The Oliver-Pyatt Centers' programs are tailored to meet the unique needs of each client, addressing the core issues driving the eating disorder while providing the tools needed to live a meaningful life, free from food and weight preoccupation. We believe that one-to-one therapy is the cornerstone of effective eating disorder treatment, and it is the primary reason to choose the Oliver-Pyatt Centers. Each client receives a minimum of six individual therapy sessions per week. Our comprehensive, naturalistic, and highly individualized approach to treatment is provided in an intimate environment with a high staff to client ratio. We have a maximum of ten clients in each of our programs. Our innovative protocols are grounded in a thorough understanding of eating disorders, incorporating state of the art approaches, outcome data, research, and current medical knowledge, all with the support of our compassionate multi-disciplinary treatment team.View Oliver-Pyatt Treatment Centers in the Eating Disorder Specialist Library.



a-place-of-hope_300x100_02For 22 years The Center for Counseling & Health Resources, Inc. has been treating individuals with eating disorders. Our unique whole-person approach to counseling helps individuals to see permanent success over an eating disorder. Our emphasis is on Emotional Balance, Intellectual Discovery, Relational Healing, Physical Wellness, Nutritional Support, and Spiritual Renewal. We offer a World Renown Specialized Intensive Treatment Program that lasts 4-12 weeks with a Transitional Care Program available after your Intensive Treatment. Unlike many other treatment programs, most of your time is spent in personalized individual counseling instead of group sessions. The Center is known for being A Place of Hope. Go to our website and read the numerous testimonials of our clients. Located a few miles outside of Seattle, Edmonds is a beautiful beach town with majestic views. Rather you like the city life or the great outdoors there is plenty to enjoy during your time in the great Pacific Northwest.
View The Center in the Eating Disorder Specialist Library

 

loma-linda-university_300x100_02Nestled in the quiet town of Redlands, California, Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center stands alone in its community as having the only Joint Commission accredited hospital-based outpatient eating disorder program. For almost ten years we have been providing treatment for adolescents and adults struggling with anorexia and bulimia and offer a safe and hopeful environment in which the individual can explore and examine the issues that contribute to their eating disorder. Our multidisciplinary team of experts helps individuals begin the healing process by addressing all aspects of the mind, body, and spirit using leading edge treatment. An individualized treatment plan is developed based on the needs and level of care unique to every patient that includes in part, dialectical and cognitive behavioral therapy, coping skills, nutrition education and monitoring, structured meals, spiritual care, as well as individual, group, and family therapy. For information about our programs and services,visit us at:http://www.llubmc.org/.

View Loma Linda's Programs in the Eating Disorder Specialist Library


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The EATING DISORDER TREATMENT PROGRAM at SeaSide Palm Beach specializes in helping individuals who suffer from a dual diagnosis or co-occurring disorders, which is when an individual suffers simultaneously from both a psychiatric disorder (like an eating disorder) as well as a substance abuse problem (like alcohol abuse or drug abuse). Most people are very surprised to learn that eating disorders have little to do with food. Especially when one considers that many people who suffer from eating disorders actually have an unhealthy obsession with food. In the majority of cases, eating disorders have more to do with a lack of emotional well-being resulting from their inability to identify and communicate their own needs and wants effectively to others. To find out more please call us 24/7 toll-free at (888) 432-2467 today for help!

View SeaSide's programs at the Eating Disorder Specialist Library


Weight Matters Workshop: The Body Image Transformation Experience,BITE®

Mondays, NYC (January–May, 2012) Led by Fran Weiss, LCSW-R,BCD,DCSW,CGP,DPNAP Associate Clinical Professor, Mount Sinai School of Medicine; Sr. Psychotherapy Consultant, New York Obesity Research Center, St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center.

For more information and registration visit http://cts.vresp.com/c/?EatingDisorderHope/c19ddad52d/15f92119d9/972439ecdf/31384, *Individual consultation required for admission BITE®. It is a structured 20 week workshop, separated into Workshop I + II, to explore and change the powerful habits and compulsions regarding eating and weight that can cause lifetime suffering. BITE® augments existing individual therapy, nutritional, and exercise programs, grappling with issues of body image, shame, “fat as armor” and eating to mask emotional distress and anxiety.

Workshop I addresses the questions: “Why can’t I just do it? Why can't I regulate my impulses and change my eating patterns?” The focus is on understanding your personal roadblocks, respecting the experiences that formed them, and most of all keying into your own power to manage destructive thoughts and impulses.

Workshop II takes this to a higher level, teaching you how to listen to your body, which is constantly changing in response to internal and external cues. Somatic and movement techniques are explored that help you move towards attunement and mastery.

newsletter-banner-castlewood300v100Castlewood is a Residential Treatment Center offering compassionate, professional treatment for anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder. We offer a full spectrum of care including Residential Treatment, Day Treatment, Step-Down (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient.
We understand that eating disorders are accompanied by an underlying problem. We do not merely address the symptoms, but help our clients resolve the underlying traumatic causes leading to a deeper and more lasting recovery. Castlewood offers a team of specialists, including 3 dietitians, each with different skills to help address various problem areas and co-morbid disorders. We specialize in trauma resolution therapies. We utilize Internal Family Systems therapy. All of our staff have had training in IFS so, we can all work together with our clients to discover healthier coping strategies. We encourage family involvement when indicated to address any problematic dynamics. Our goal is to help launch a person in his or her development toward a fuller life. We are entirely focused on ensuring a complete and enduring state of wholeness, following whatever path is appropriate for you.
View Castlewood details in the Eating Disorder Specialist Library

rader_001The treatment staff at Rader Programs has been providing high-quality clinical programs for over 25 years. We specialize in the treatment of eating and related disorders. It is our mission to help save the lives of those suffering from eating disorders. The primary purpose of Rader Programs is to treat the dysfunctional behavior in a supportive environment. A staff of caring and experienced professionals, many who are recovering themselves, assist the affected individual and their family in developing a life long program for recovery. We recognize the complexity of the disorder and understand the medical, psychological, physical, and nutritional aspects of eating disorders. Our treatment approach is centered around the special needs of each individual and we are completely committed to help individuals achieve recovery.
View Rader Programs in the Eating Disorder Specialist Library

 

new-dawn_250x167New Dawn is the only eating disorders treatment facility in Northern California that offers the full continuum of care for eating disorders recovery, from Residential Treatment, to Day Treatment, to our Intensive Outpatient Program and outpatient services. Each level of care utilizes a multidisciplinary approach with individualized treatment plans that address the medical, psychological, nutritional, and interpersonal needs of each patient. Our Residential Facility located in San Francisco offers empirically-supported, multidisciplinary treatment for adult women suffering from anorexia, bulimia, and binge-eating disorder. Located in San Francisco, we welcome women from all over the world to participate in our residential eating disorders treatment program. Unlike the vast majority of residential facilities in the United States, New Dawn Eating Disorders Recovery Center offers the full continuum of care necessary to complete the recovery process. This means that you have the choice for your core treatment team to remain constant as you graduate from residential treatment and transition into day treatment, intensive outpatient program, and outpatient services. At New Dawn Eating Disorders Recovery Center, we believe in accompanying you on the full journey of recovery. Such a journey allows for a deeper, more powerfully mutative process. For more information on our programs, please visit our website at http://www.newdawnrecovery.com/. For information on our Outpatient Programs, see our listing on this page under Sausalito.

Visit New Dawn in the Eating Disorder Specialist Library
 

renfrew-centerThe Renfrew Center is the first and largest network of eating disorder treatment facilities in the country and has served more than 55,000 women in its 25 years. The Renfrew treatment philosophy emphasizes a respect for the unique psychology of women, the importance of a collaborative therapeutic relationship, and the belief that every woman needs to actively participate in her own recovery. The Renfrew Center provides a comprehensive range of services at its facilities in Connecticut, Florida, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Texas. Programs and services vary by site and include: Residential; Day Treatment; Intensive Outpatient; Group Therapy; Individual, Family, and Couples Therapy; Nutrition Therapy; and Psychiatric Consultation. Renfrew's training programs have reached more than 25,000 healthcare professionals to date and are designed to enhance the knowledge and skills needed to treat these complex disorders. For more information, please visit http://www.renfrewcenter.com/ or call 1-800-RENFREW.



puente-de-vida_300x100_01Puente de Vida treats Anorexia and Bulimia; males and females, adolescents (ages 15 and up) and adults who live locally, nationally and internationally. Offering individual therapy, nutritional counseling, family therapy, couples therapy, group therapy, support groups, inpatient, residential treatment center. Puente de Vida is a place where therapeutic services are offered to those ages 15 years and older with eating disorders, including those with co-occurring substance use and other disorders. A private six bed, home-like facility, located in beautiful San Diego, provides an excellent setting for the sensitive, inner work that takes place. Puente de Vida's treatment philosophy addresses not just the symptoms but also the underlying issues beneath the surface of eating disorders. An individualized treatment approach includes traditional treatment interventions as well as experiential treatment by our multidisciplinary treatment team. Puente de Vida recognizes that every recovery journey is different and complex and assists the individual in finding their unique path and support in recovery.
View Puente de Vida Programs in the Eating Disorder Specialist Library


Sierra TucsonThe internationally recognized Eating Disorders Program at Sierra Tucson comprehensively treats eating disorders for males or females who suffer from anorexia, bulimia, or compulsive overeating/binge eating disorder. Our full integrative approach cares for the body, mind, and spirit and treats coexisting diagnoses such as depression, trauma, and chemical dependency. Our expert multidisciplinary staff utilize the best of Western and Eastern Medicine to address the total scope of eating disorders.
Key program components include Group and Individual Therapy, Equine-Assisted Therapy, DBT Skills Training, Nutraceuticals, Nutrition & Exercise Plan, EMDR & Somatic Experiencing®, Body Imagery, Restaurant Outing, and Family Program.
Located in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains near Tucson, Arizona, Sierra Tucson provides a natural healing environment with the highest level of confidentiality. A member of CRC Health Group, Sierra Tucson is multi-licensed as a psychiatric hospital and residential behavioral health treatment center and has received dual Accreditation by The Joint Commission.

View Sierra Tucson details in the Eating Disorder Specialist Library


 Events Calendar

Nov 3-4: The Map Ahead: F.E.A.S.T. Symposium 2011. Keynote Presentation: Dr. Thomas R. Insel, NIMH., Alexandria, Virginia.
November 4: Christian Therapists of Orange County and Timberline Knolls invite you to a special lunch honoring local pastors. CTOC is a group of Christian therapists who maintain or work in a professional setting.
November 4-5: Darryl Roberts newest documentary, America the Beautiful 2: The Thin Commandments. This important film exposes the myths and facts about America's current obesity crises, as well as our obsession with dieting.
November 8 or 9: Timberline Knolls & Center for Change Invite You to Attend Complimentary Eating Disorder Workshops for Professionals.
November 11-13: 21st Annual Renfrew Center Foundation Conference: Feminist Relational Perspectives and Beyond: The Next Generation Philadelphia Airport Marriott.
November 16: Eating Disorder Treatment: Hunger for Love @ Dr. Mark Schwartz, Sc.D. of Castlewood Treatment Center for Eating Disorders. 12noon to 1pm.

December 2: National Carers Research Conference - Caring for your Loved One: Knowledge and Skills South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK
December 3: Dallas-Fortworth iaedp Chapter invite you to the Celebration of Life Gala. 7pm. Campisi's Restaurant. 1520 Elm Street, Dallas, Texas.
December 7-8: The Renfrew Center Foundation Presents the 2011 Fall Seminars Series For Professionals, offering 6 CEUs. 
December 8: Medical Issues with Eating Disorders with Dr. Lesley Williams of Remuda Ranch.

View further details of these events and those occurring throughout 2011-2012-2013.


Resources

MentorCONNECTMentorCONNECT is the first global eating disorders mentoring community. In addition to mentor matching services, we offer free monthly teleconferences with nationally-known eating disorders experts, weekly live moderated support groups, personalized recovery blogs and member pages, a 100% pro-recovery online community, and more! Membership and all services are offered on a no-fee basis. MentorCONNECT is open to members ages 14 and up, female and male. Our services support individuals struggling with the full spectrum of eating disorder issues. MentorCONNECT is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation.




 

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