We invite you to play a role in increasing awareness of the prevalence of disordered eating in your community, and to be part of the search for solutions. We are here to support your efforts and to provide information and resources.

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To support your community activities, we offer a variety of promotional materials such as posters, buttons and magnets, which you can order here.

We look forward to hearing from you!


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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

Join the Something's Gotta Give campaign - see flyer!


British Columbia


Events from the Looking Glass Foundation

Something’s Gotta Give 

It’s been 33 years since musician Karen Carpenter’s death from anorexia put eating disorders on the radar screen of a generation.  In all that time, the story remains the same. While much has been accomplished, little has changed. People are still dying, lives are still being robbed, and the disease is showing up earlier and among more people than ever before.

The Looking Glass Foundation is dedicated to continuing the work we have been doing.  At the same time, we recognize that what we’re doing — what any of us could ever conceivably do on our own — isn’t enough to really get to the other side of eating disorders, to really put this disease behind us.  There’s a culture and context that defines much of what we can do.  The problem of eating disorders is bigger and more complex than we alone – or any organization – could ever hope to solve on its own. The barriers are too many. And while they may be budging a little here and there, they’re not giving way.

That is simply not okay. We, all of us, have to ramp up our effort.

If we’re really going to get to the other side of eating disorders, something’s gotta give … What IS it?

Something’s Gotta Give is about constructive action, compassionate resolve, and the power of humanity to achieve real change. It belongs to all the people out there who get the tragedy of this disease, the urgency of overcoming it.

Join the Something's Gotta Give campaign - see our flyer! 


Events from Kelty Mental Health Centre

Upcoming Pinwheel Education Series Events

The Pinwheel Education Series are a group of free, all inclusive education events open to anyone in BC. The aim is to provide learning opportunities for the public on key mental health and substance use topics, and host a forum where people can engage in dialogue with experts and persons with lived experience.



Visit the Women's Health Clinic to learn more. 

New Brunswick

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Seminar for Family Members/Significant Others

This seminar is intended for those supporting an individual suffering from an eating disorder, i.e., bulimia nervosa, anorexia nervosa or other specified eating disorder.

Learn about…

         Core features of eating disorders

         Factors influencing the development of eating disorders

         Types and stages of treatment

         Coping with and supporting recovery


                                                Dr. Randy Staab, MD, MSc. FRCP(C)

                                                Holly Axt, RD

                                                Anita Pudlik, MA, MSW, RSW

Date:             Saturday May 13, 2017

Time:              9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (Registration: 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.)

Location:       Trillium Health Partners

                        Credit Valley Hospital Site

                        Room PRCC 1 and 2

                        2200 Eglinton Ave W

                        Mississauga, Ontario

To register: Contact Virginia Pressman at the Eating Disorders Program at (905) 813-4505 OR Fax # 905 813 - 4284

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nedic conference: toronto, may 11 & 12 - register now



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NIED's 56th Free Eating Disorder Symposium

Topic: "Let's Get Social: Social Media, Social Justice & Social Support for Eating Disorders"

This symposium focuses on intersections between social justice, social media & eating disorders. We'll look at how to situate eating disorder prevention, research, treatment & recovery within a social context & explore the ins & outs of using social media to talk about eating disorders — the good, the bad, & the just-plain-confusing.

The symposium will include a presentation by Andrea LaMarre (MSc, PhD Candidate) & plenty of time for discussion. We will answer questions like:

  • What does social justice have to do with eating disorders?
  • How can taking a social justice approach help reduce stereotypes, stigma & barriers to access around eating disorder prevention, treatment & research?
  • What is the role of social media in eating disorder prevention, treatment, research & recovery?
  • How can social media for eating disorders be more representative & be used for social justice aims?

Please register at


Please join us for NIED’s 57th free eating disorder symposium.

Topic: Ways to Stop Binge Eating: Introducing “Alice”

Speaker: Deborah Berlin-Romalis (BSW, MSW, RSW) — Executive Director, Sheena’s Place
With a personal story of recovery from Alicia Raimundo, Mental Health advocate.

When: Thursday, April 20, 2017
6:30pm — Doors open
7:00pm — Start

Where: Waterstone Clinic/Bellwood Health Services
175 Brentcliffe Rd
Toronto, ON M4G 0C5

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All are welcome to this free event! Donations gratefully accepted.

Please RSVP on Eventbrite:

For more information, please email

Caregivers' Support Group

If you're caring for a loved one with an Eating Disorder, please consider joining our Caregivers Support Group. Parents, partners, friends, and family members welcome.

Email Stephanie Griver (MSW, RSW) for more info & to sign up.

York Region

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

Expressive Art Programs are offered with a referral. Visit or email to learn more.




United States