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The Looking Glass Foundation for Eating Disorders offers a FREE on-line Support Group service where people can come together in a safe space to support each other and chat.

How much you want to talk is up to you! You can just listen, or you can share your thoughts and feelings as you feel comfortable. The group does not discuss weight, diet, food or behaviours, to keep the environment safe.

About the Support Groups:

  • they offer an innovative vehicle for support.
  • they are not location specific and can be accessed from the comfort of your own home.
  • they are anonymous and confidential.
  • physical preconceptions or comparisons are not permitted.
  • they provide an additional opportunity to take the first step towards help.
  • one to two trained facilitators keep the sessions supportive and safe for everyone.

Anyone living with or affected by an eating disorder is welcome. Sessions are held:
Tuesdays 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. and 10:30 - 12:00 a.m. EST
Thursdays 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. and 10:30 - 12:00 a.m. EST

Sign up for free at For more information, contact the Support Group Coordinators:
Amy Candido
Karen Wall





British Columbia

The Provincial Eating Disorders Awareness (PEDAW) campaign together with the Vancouver Graffiti Management Team call for PEDAW MURAL CONTEST Entries!

This unique contest invites BC amateur artists to paint or draw 2 dimensional artwork that reflects the question:
"What does 'love our bodies, love ourselves' mean to you?"

Deadline for entries: June 30th, 2014.

1st Place Prize:

  • Your art painted on a container mural in Vancouver by a professional lead artist
  • An invitation to paint with the lead artist
  • Original artwork displayed at the 2014 Eating Disorders Association of Canada (EDAC) Conference in Vancouver
  • Free admission to EDAC Pre‐conference, October 5th (see Vancouver listing for more info about the conference)


2nd & 3rd Place Prizes:

  • Original artwork displayed at the 2014 Eating Disorders Association of Canada (EDAC) Conference in Vancouver
  • Free admission to EDAC Pre‐conference, October 5th


Full contest details available here:

About PEDAW:
The Provincial Eating Disorders Awareness (PEDAW) campaign is a BC Province wide effort to raise awareness around prevention and early intervention of eating disorders as well as media literacy, resiliency, building healthy body image and self-esteem.  The initiative is led by Jessie’s Legacy Eating Disorders Prevention Program at Family Services of the North Shore in collaboration with Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre, Looking Glass Foundation, St. Paul ’s Specialized Adult Eating Disorder Program, BC Children’s Hospital Eating Disorders Program, Healthy Minds, Healthy Campuses and Project True.  PEDAW is launched the first full week in February with activities and events taking place throughout the year.


4th Biennial EDAC-ATAC Conference
Innovation and Integration in Eating Disorders

The Call for Abstracts deadline has been extended to April 15, 2014.

Dates: October 6 - 7, 2014

Location:  Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle Downtown Hotel, Vancouver, BC

Keynote speakers will include:
Dr. Dianne Neumark Sztainer Ph.D., M.P.H., R.D., Professor in the Division of Epidemiology and Community Health, School of Public Health and Adjunct Professor in the Department of Pediatrics, both at the University of Minnesota.
and Dr. Josie Geller, Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of British Columbia and Director of Research in the Eating Disorders Program at St. Paul's Hospital

Registration is now open at:
 If you are a 2014 member of EDAC-ATAC, you will be able to get the discounted registration fee.  Your membership number will be coming to you shortly. If you are not yet a member, feel free to go to the to become a member. The cost to be a member is $75 per year (which will more than off-set the saving for the conference). You will need the EDAC-ATAC membership number to get your registration fee discount. Once you are on the conference booking page, you can also book your hotel room. Special rates have been negotiated for a block of rooms at the Downtown Marriott for conference attendees, but they are limited, so don't delay in booking.

For more information about submitting abstracts, obtaining EDAC-ATAC membership or the EDAC-ATAC conference in general, please contact Jadine Cairns, EDAC-ATAC 2014 Conference Chair, 604-875-2181




New Brunswick

Newfoundland & Labrador

St John's

NEW! Bridge to Hope: An education and support group for Families with a Loved One with from an Eating Disorder

WHO: EDFNL offers this education and support group for family members of persons living with an Eating Disorder, providing an opportunity to meet with other families and friends, as well as with professionals who provide services to clients with eating disorders.

WHEN: Every Thursday starting January 9, 2013 through February 27 from 7:00pm to 8:30pm

WHERE: Eating Disorder Foundation of NL office at 31 Peet Street, Suite 230, St. John's, NL. ***Teleconference available***

HOW: If you have questions, or would like to register, please contact Patricia Nash at 709-722-0500 or toll free at 1-855-722-0500, or email

Facilitators: Patricia Nash, MEd, Co-Founder/Member of Parents of Hope, EDFNL Program and Outreach Facilitator; and Cathy Skinner, Co-Founder/Member of Parents of Hope

Nova Scotia






Bayridge Family Center presents...

A 10-week psychoeducational group for those struggling with an eating disorder

We will be offering a 10-week psychoeducational group for those struggling with an eating disorder or disordered eating. Contact us for a free 30 minute consultation to see if this group is right for you! Spaces are limited. For more information or to book a consultation, please call (905) 319-1488.


The National Initiative for Eating Disorders (NIED) presents...

Symposia - Free, open, expert forums on Eating Disorders: An Interactive Evening of Hope and Healing

Guest Speaker: Jennifer Schramm, Life Coach, Registered Professional Counsellor & Equine Facilitated Therapist.

Date: Thursday April 10, 2014
Time: 6:30pm refreshments, 7:00pm sympoisum starts
Location: The Lions Club, 471Pearl Street Burlington L7R 2N4

Looking to host a Symposium in your area?  Have a topic you would like to learn more about/discuss/address?
Contact or call Wendy Preskow at 647-347-2393.


Free Eating Disorders Support Group

Facilitator: Catherine Roach, MA (Counselling), BA (Psychology)

Location: Grace Place, 156 Main Street North (just north of Queen Street) - Upstairs, Library Room

Days: Every other Thursday, starting March 6, 2014

Time: 7:00 pm

This free support group based on a "Health and Every Size" philosophy will follow a 12-step format. No registration is necessary. For more information, please contact Catherine Roach at 647-970-4223 or


Durham Eating Disorders Anonymous is a fellowship of individuals working the 12 steps in a supportive environment. We serve all people in the GTA suffering from anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder and ED-NOS. Please call (905) 550 8014 or email for more information, or visit is

Meetings are held every Thursday night from 7-8 PM at the Pickering Village United Church in Ajax.



Hope's Garden presents...

Hope's Garden Self-Esteem Group for Teens with Sarah Ashkanase, MA, OACCPP

Location: 478 Waterloo Street, London, ON

Dates: Mondays

Time: 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

Fee: $5 per session or $20 for 5 sessions if paid in advance

This support group for 14-18 year-olds will focus on positive body image and self-esteem.  Participants will learn tools to improve their relationship with themselves and their self-confidence as they navigate the complex world of high school and teen life.  This group will be helpful not just to teens experiencing disordered eating, but to all teens who want to improve their self-esteem and set themselves up to thrive.  For more information, please visit  

Hope's Garden Family & Friends Support Group with Sharon Zister, MSW, RSW

Location: 478 Waterloo Street, London, ON

Dates: 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month

Time: 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

Fee: $5 per session or $20 for 5 sessions if paid in advance

An ongoing support group for parents, spouses and other family members involved with loved ones struggling with disordered eating.  Eating disorders do not only affect the person struggling, but also their loved ones. Come gain insight into eating disorders and what your loved one is going through, as well as getting support for yourself.  For more information, please visit

Hope's Garden Challenging ED Support Group with Trisha Wedemire, MSW, RSW

Location: 478 Waterloo Street, London, ON

Dates: Thursdays

Time: 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

Fee: $5 per session or $20 for 5 sessions if paid in advance

This group is open to anyone 18+ who is interested in recovering from an eating disorder.  Those who attend Challenging ED are looking for freedom from a life of inner conflict and obsession with food and body image.  This group will help participants work towards replacing self-criticism with self-acceptance.  Participants will learn tools to help them create a positive, healing relationship with food and with their bodies.  Participants may not always feel completely confident in keeping from disordered thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors with food, but are committed to trying.  This group talks openly about the behaviors and sizes being left behind, and is not always comfortable for those who are still deeply involved with their eating disorder.  For more information, please visit

North York

The National Initiative for Eating Disorders (NIED) presents...

Symposia - Free, open, expert forums on Eating Disorders:  Binge Eating Disorder 

Guest Speakers: Dr. Allan Kaplan, MSc, MD, FRCP(C) Senior Clinician-Scientist in CAMH’s Access & Transitions Program; Vice Chair of Research, Director of the Clinician Scientist Program and Professor of Psychiatry, University of Toronto; and Laura Davis, Registered Dietician

Dates: Monday April 7, 2014
Time: 7:00pm refreshments, 7:30pm sympoisum starts
Location: WaterStone Clinic, 50 Bond Avenue, Toronto, ON M3B 0A6  (Leslie & York Mills)  416 510-9998

Looking to host a Symposium in your area?  Have a topic you would like to learn more about/discuss/address?
Contact or call Wendy Preskow at 647-347-2393.



New Realities Eating Disorders Recovery Centre is offering a new group therapy program entitled “Reconnecting with My
Authentic Self.”
The program helps those struggling with eating and/or body image issues to reconnect with their healthy selves through mindfulness,
creativity, and discussion.

Dates: Eight week program runs Thursday evenings from 7-9pm, beginning May 8th.

Fees: $200 plus tax. 

For more information please call 905-763-0660 or visit


Hungry or Not, Here I Come:  A Look at Emotional Eating presented by the Gestalt Institute of Toronto
Do you bury your frustrations and fears in ice cream or do you dull them with a burger? Do you have an empty feeling that nags at you constantly? Maybe it’s time to stop sugar-coating and see what lies under the icing.  This program explores emotional eating in a safe and supportive atmosphere.  Those who attend will learn to uncover some disruptive patterns, to identify and tolerate some difficult emotions, and to explore new ways of getting needs met.

Presenters: These sessions are led by Natalie Gold and and Luisa de Amaral.  Natalie is a Gestalt Psychotherapist, in private practice in Toronto since 2007. She specializes in binge eating, addiction, anxiety, anger, body-related issues and depression.She holds an Honours B.A. in Psychology and a Graduate Certificate in Addictions and Mental Health Counselling. As a group facilitator for 25+ years, Natalie leads intuitively, with compassion and humour.  Luisa completed her M.D. in Portugal and currently has a part-time individual/group psychotherapy practice. She has skills in identifying innards of existential health, which she shares in a playful manner, dividing her time brtween Gestalt and promoting awareness for self, life and others in environmental and social justice issues.

Date: Eight Wednesday Evenings May 7 - June 25 from 7:30pm-10:00pm

Location: The Gestalt Institue of Toronto, 194 Carlton Street Toronto ON M5A 2K8 

Fees: $235.00 for eight weeks

For more information and to register, visit


"Going Back to Get on Track" Mobilizing the healing power of Families 

Emotion-Focused Family Therapy for Eating Disorders Across the Lifespan

Presenters:  Joanne Dolhanty PhD and Adèle Lafrance Robinson PhD

Dates: June 4-6, 2014

Location:  Oakham House, Ryerson University, Toronto

Emotion-Focused Family Therapy integrates the principles and techniques of behavioral family therapy, traditional emotion-focused therapy and the New Maudsley approach.  Through education, video demonstration and skills practice, participants will learn this innovative yet practical framework that supports clinicians to equip parents and caregivers with strategies with respect to:

  1. meal support & symptom interruption, and
  2. emotion coaching and relationship repair. Therapists will also learn to support parents and caregivers to
  3. identify, work through and overcome the many obstacles and process the emotional blocks that surface throughout this challenging and novel journey.


The specific skills taught throughout this three day training are meant to be effective regardless of the affected individual's age or motivation for change.  Joanne and Adèle are known for their engaging and dynamic presentation style. Workshop days are interactive and high-energy from start to finish. Both facilitators share their strong belief in the healing power of families and in the capacity for change and recovery even in the face of the most intransigent eating disorder presentation.

For more information, please visit


Talk-it-Out Mondays, a 6-week group series for women, was created to support women who want to make some changes in their lives, and who feel they might benefit from some short-term support in a safe space. A small group of 7-8 women will be led by an experienced group facilitator.

DATES: 6 Monday evenings, from April 7 through May 26 (not Apr 21 or May 19), from 7:00-9:00 pm,

LOCATION: mid-town Toronto (near Eglinton West subway station and Allen Road).

FEE: $125 for all 6 sessions but $100 if you register and pay by March 28

For more information, visit

To register, call Natalie at 416-654-6453, email  or go online to register and pay at


Do you have concerns about your body image? Are you struggling with thoughts about your weight and shape? Are you exercising more than you think is really good for you? Are you preoccupied with food or caught in a cycle of yo-yo dieting? Do you think you might have issues with food or even an eating disorder? Sheena's Place is offering its first open support group specifically for men struggling with issues around body image, weight and shape, food and eating.

Facilitated by: Kinnon Ross McKinnon & Keith Thurlow-Bishop

Date: January 8-March 12, 2014, on Wednesdays from 6pm-7:30pm

Location: Sheena's Place, 87 Spadina Road, Toronto

Register online at or in person


WaterStone Clinic presents...

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Skills Training for Eating Disorders and Addictions

Facilitator: Anita Federici, PhD, CPsych

Join us for this engaging and in-depth workshop series on DBT skills training. Whether you are new to DBT or an advanced trainer, this series will enhance your knowledge of DBT skills training and energize your current practice. Each workshop will focus on one of the four DBT skill modules (mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, interpersonal effectiveness). Over the series, Dr. Federici will provide a comprehensive review of each training module, present creative and innovative ways to teach skills, and demonstrate the latest adaptations specific to clients with eating disorders and/or substance abuse.

Learn how to match specific skills to therapy targets, respond to behaviours that interfere with effective skill delivery, and ensure that skills are being generalized outside of the therapy setting.

Participants can expect a highly engaging, practical, and hands-on training experience that will deliver a wealth of ideas, resources, and novel ways of teaching DBT skills!

March 07, 2014: Emotion Regulation
June 06, 2014: Interpersonal Effectiveness

$250 (Students: $125)

For more information, visit or contact


Playful Strides Therapy Inc presents... 
FOOD SCHOOL:  Occupational Therapy Feeding Group for Children

Facilitator: Cathy O'Leary, Occupational Therapist

Occupational Therapy Intervention in a group setting supports children and families address the underlying skill development required for successful eating of a wide variety fo foods.  The intervention follows a step-by-step approach to address sensory and motor feeding issues common in children who don't eat. There are two programs for kids and families with food issues, children who are cautious (anxious) eaters, and children who eat less than 20 foods and/or are limited in their food choices.  

Junior Food School is for children 5  to 8 yrs who have limited eating skills, may have food restrictions and are ready to learn in a group.
Dates & Times: Wednesdays 6:30-7:30pm, May 7th - June 25th, 2014
Cost: $480

Food School is for children over 8 years of age who have a limited food repertoire, require a stepped approach to learning about food and whose family is ready to engage in this process.
Dates & Times: Wednesdays 7:30-8:30pm, May 7th - June 25th, 2014
Cost: $480

For more information and to register, email or call 416-878-8019 or visit

York Region

Eating Disorders of York Region (EDOYR) presents...

for addiction, substance use and other mental health concerns
With Dr. Joanne Dolhanty PhD, C. Psych and Dr. Adele Lafrance Robinson PhD, C. Psych

COST: $400.00 per person total for two day intensive
* An official receipt in the amount of $250 for psychological services will be provided by Dr. Dolhanty and Dr. Robinson for extended health benefit coverage with your provider, if applicable.

DATE & TIME: April 24th and 25th, 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

LOCATION: 901 Rutherford Rd, Maple, On L6A 152 (The Community Room of the Christian Community Church)
The major intersection is Rutherford Rd and Bathurst (just north of the 407)

Please note: spaces are limited; once registration is full we will accept names for a wait list.

Does your loved one suffer from anxiety, depression or a substance disorder? Do you feel helpless? We can help!

Emotion-Focused Family Therapy (EFFT) is a new and innovative treatment model for the caregivers of individuals struggling with anxiety, depression and substance disorders. Different from many of the mainstream treatment models, EFFT is rooted in the deep belief in the healing power of families across the lifespan.

The goal of EFFT is to support parents and caregivers to take on the roles of recovery coach (to support their loved one to manage their symptoms) and emotion coach (to support their loved one with the strong emotions that come up throughout the process). Parents and caregivers are also taught how to heal emotional injuries in the family's past, including repairing parent-child relationships, if appropriate.

EFFT is a very powerful mode of therapy and parents and caregivers are taught practical skills and techniques that can be used to support their loved one's recovery regardless of his or her age and/or motivation for change. Parents and caregivers are also supported to work through their own fears and emotional reactions that will no doubt arise throughout the challenging road toward recovery and wellness.

To register, please visit our website For more information call 905-886-6632 or email


EDOYR On the Road to Recovery with Flora Svinarenko, BSW, MSW, RSW

DATE:  6 Tuesdays, starting April 8, 7:00-8:00pm

FEE: $125.00 total for six weeks

LOCATION: 901 Rutherford Road (at Bathurst), Vaughan (Community room of the Christian Community Church)

The Recovery group is intended for those who currently are actively working on maintaining changes which they have made in regards to their eating behaviours while attending other group programs through EDOYR or participating in eating disorder treatment. The road to recovery is challenging sometimes and emotional support is necessary to overcome or prevent lapses. In a safe and empathetic environment this group will provide you with coping tools and support needed to address complicated emotions, unhealthy behaviors or unhelpful thoughts. This group is not structured, meaning you can bring your issues/difficulties/achievements to the group discussion. Together we will explore helpful ways to reduce symptoms and make meaningful changes. To register and pay online, please visit our website For more information call 905-886-6632 or email


NEW EDOYR Stages of Recovery Workshop for Family Members with Ingie Mehmet B.A. (Hons) Psych. ADTP Dipl. and Danielle Phegan, RMFT

COST: $10.00

DATE & TIME: Tuesday, April 1st, 7:15-9:15 p.m.

LOCATION: 901 Rutherford Road (at Bathurst), Community Room of the Christian Community Church in Vaughan

The goals of this workshop are to introduce the Stages of Change Theory and help you learn about the components of change. This workshop will help you:

  • learn what the stages of change can look like in the process of recovery
  • identify where your loved one is in the process of change and where you stand in relation to them
  • learn helpful strategies for supporting your loved one in moving through the stages
  • explore and learn about unhelpful behaviors that can create roadblocks in the process of change for your loved one

To register, please visit our website For more information call 905-886-6632 or email


NEW EDOYR The Living Learning Peer Support Group with Frances Carullo, BA (Psych), MSW, RSW

COST: $40.00 (total for 4 weeks)

DATE & TIME: 4 Saturdays, starting March 22nd, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

LOCATION: Eating Disorders of York Region: Central Location at 15213 Yonge St., Ste. 15, Aurora, L4G 1L8, on the main floor  (Just south of Wellington St. in the historic post office building with the clock tower)

The Living Learning Peer Support Group is for people who are seeking to maintain their recovery from an eating disorder and concurrent issues. Maintaining recovery is challenging because you may continue to have urges to engage in eating disorder behaviours which can lead to slips or lapses. The Living Learning Peer Support Group allows people who have recovered to share their thoughts, feelings and experiences of maintaining recovery after treatment. Group participants can openly share with one another the challenges encountered in maintaining recovery from an eating disorder and concurrent issues, in a safe and non-judgmental environment, and take comfort in the fact that they are not alone. Group participants can receive support and learn from one another by offering advice on ways to cope with triggers and overcome urges. The Living Learning Peer Support Group allows you to share your story of recovery with others, as well as instances when you have successfully overcome an urge during your recovery. Share with others the ways in which your life has improved since recovering from an eating disorder. Explore and discover your authentic self beyond the eating disorder. For those who may be struggling to maintain their recovery, you may find inspiration and hope in the recovery stories of others.

To register, please visit our website For more information call 905-886-6632 or email


EDOYR Yoga with Gordana, certified Yoga Instructor

FEE: $50.00 total for 5 weeks

Two groups: 5 Tuesdays, starting April 15, from 7:00-8:00 p.m.

LOCATION: 901 Rutherford Road (at Bathurst), Vaughan (Community room of the Christian Community Church)

Relax and stretch with simple, gentle, movement. May be enjoyed on its own or be combined with a support group. No previous experience is necessary, all levels are welcome. Visit to register.


EDOYR Teen Support Group with Flora Svinarenko, BSW, MSW, RSW

FEE: $120.00 total for six weeks

DATE: 6 Tuesdays, starting April 8th, 5:30pm - 7:00 p.m.

LOCATION: 901 Rutherford Road (at Bathurst), Vaughan, in the Community Room of the Christian Community Church

Very often anxiety and depression are familiar feelings to someone struggling with disordered eating, body image issues and low self esteem. During this group you will learn how your negative thinking patterns might be affecting your feelings and behaviors. You will be able to explore the "mechanisms" of anxiety and depression and learn why they are triggered. You will learn healthy coping techniques with your symptoms and you will be able to share your struggles and worries in a safe environment. To register and pay online, please visit our website For more information call 905-886-6632 or email




United States

Denver, Colorado

Binge Eating Disorder Association's Annual Conference, April 24 - 26, 2014 at the Westin (Downtown Denver)
Pathways Toward a Paradigm of Health, Body Acceptance, and Quality of Life.

The conference will feature posters, sessions, workshops, networking opportunities, and opportunities to be a part of the BED community, which includes clinicians, researchers, individuals with BED and their families, advocates, educators, and others.
To review the conference agenda and register, please visit



Dawn Farm presents...

Eating Disorders and Chemical Dependency

Facilitators: Carl Christensen, MD, PhD, FACOG, CRMO, ABAM; and Lori Perpich, LLP, MS Clinical Behavioral Psychology; Cognitive Behavior Therapist, EDEN Program Facilitator
Location: St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Education Center Auditorium (ground floor,) 5305 Elliott Drive, Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197
Date: Tuesday March 18, 2014
Time:  7:30 pm to 9:00 pm
Fee/registration: Admission is FREE and open to anyone with a personal or professional interest. No registration is required.

Eating Disorders and Chemical Dependencywill examine the evidence that eating disorders are biopsychosocial diseases. The program will define various eating disorders and their consequences, explore neurobiological and behavioral theories of addiction, describe physiological consequences of eating disorders, discuss screening tools, and provide information on treatment options and resources for people with eating disorders.

Addiction professionals can earn 1.5 hours of free CE, approved by NAADAC and MCBAP.

For information, please visit or contact Dawn Farm at (734) 485-8725 or


New York

The NYU Child Study Center at NYU Langone Medical Center is dedicated to providing evidence-based treatments for eating disorders to adolescents and college-aged students. We are pleased to announce that we have arranged a special training for NYU in Family-based Treatment (the Maudsley Method) taught by Katherine Loeb, PhD and Rene Hoste, PhD of the Training Institute for Child and Adolescent Eating Disorders. This 2 day training has been planned specially for NYU outside of the Institute's usual training schedule. The FBT course at NYU does qualify for FBT certification. We have space for some additional participants.  

The training will be held at our One Park Ave location.

Dates & Times: January 16, 2014 from 9:30am to 4:30pm and January 17th from 9:30am to 2:30pm

For more information, please contact Billy Roberts at 646-754-4882 or



Eating Disorders Alpbach 2014 - Kongress Essstoerungen 2014

Anorexia & Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder, Obesity - The 22nd International Conference

Dates:  October 16-18, 2014

Location:  Alpbach, Tyrol, Austria

Convenors & Chairs: Karin Waldherr, D.Sc., M.Sc., Ferdinand Porsche FernFH, A-1020 Vienna, Austria and Professor Günther Rathner, Ph.D., Innsbruck Medical University, Dept. of Psychological Medicine & Psychotherapy, A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria

Co-Convenors & Co-Chairs: Professor Ursula Bailer, M.D., Medical University of Vienna, Austria & University of San Diego, USA and Professor Andreas Karwautz, M.D., Medical University of Vienna, Austria

Organised by: Netzwerk Essstoerungen in cooperation with Austrian Society on Eating Disorders (ASED) ( and Innsbruck Medical University (


Congress Secretariat:
Netzwerk Essstoerungen
Templstrasse 22
A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria
Phone +43-512-57 60 26
Fax +43-512-58 36 54