These events may be of interest to individuals who have a personal or professional interest in eating disorders, body image, self-esteem, and related subjects. As we are a Canadian organization, most of these events, groups, conferences, and seminars are in Canada.
To submit your listing for inclusion, please email us at nedic@ uhn.ca.
Zest for Life is NEDIC's annual fundraiser. It is held in October of every year. This year, it is on Wednesday October 16th. Visit nediczestforlife.ca for tickets and more!
NEDIC’s biennial body image and self-esteem conference is an interdisciplinary event that brings together dietitians, educators, fitness professionals, mental health clinicians, nurses, researchers, and individuals who have experienced eating disorders. Attendees come from across Canada to learn from a rich and varied lineup of speakers, sharing current research and its real-world application. #NEDIC2019 was held at the Chestnut Conference Centre in Toronto on May 9 & 10, 2019!
SUPPORT GROUPS SCHEDULED
NEW support group for individuals ages 18 and older experiencing Binge Eating Disorder - https://www.silverliningsfoundation.ca/help/client
For parents and loved ones - https://www.silverliningsfoundation.ca/help/parent/
Looking Glass BC Online Peer Support: http://www.lookingglasscommunity.com/ops
Join the only ONLINE support group specifically for Black, Indigenous, People of Color who are struggling with disordered eating or eating disorders
Nalgona Positivity Pride is proud to host SAGE AND SPOON, a free support group that meets once a month online.
Title: Emotion-Focused Family Therapy Clinician Training
Description: The essence of EFFT is to increase the positive role of caregivers in their child’s recovery, regardless of their age, level of motivation or involvement in formal treatment themselves. The clinician’s role is to support parents and caregivers to increase their involvement in specific ways – including recovery coaching, emotion coaching and relationship repair. The model also involves a module for clinicians to support caregivers to identify, understand, and transform “emotion blocks” that lead to therapy-interfering attitudes or behaviours.
The training model is designed to introduce newcomers to the approach and give them a working experiential knowledge of the model. Those with previous experience will have the opportunity to grow their expertise, increase and deepen their experiential practice, and further expand their skillset.
This training includes experiential components and participants will learn techniques that can be integrated into existing treatment models. Background/experience in family therapy is not necessary.
This is an excellent learning opportunity for medical professionals including dieticians, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, psychologists, social workers, nurses, educators and others who interact with individuals, parents and/or families.
|Date:||October 23-25, 2019|
|Location:||RA Centre, Courtside B|
2451 Riverside Drive, Ottawa, ON K1H 7X7
|Time:||9 a.m. – 5 p.m.|
|Pricing:||Student – $675|
Early Bird – $725 (Until October 1st, 2019)
Regular – $750
The 28th Annual Renfrew Center Foundation Conference for Professionals
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
Feminist Relational Perspectives and Beyond:
Cultivating Hope in an Age of Disconnection
NOVEMBER 9 - 11, 2018
Philadelphia Airport Marriott
17.5 CEs/CMEs Offered
Many eating disorder clients are experiencing unprecedented levels of stress and anxiety in a polarized society where anger, prejudice, loss of civility, bullying and threats to personal safety create an atmosphere of distrust and disconnection. Practitioners are tasked with helping clients navigate their way through emotionally-charged times by providing them with optimism, prompting dialogue that supports diverse needs and creating a sense of community. Conference 2018 will focus on evidence-based strategies, clinically relevant research and development of skills for building resilience.
Shame and Survival
Good and Mad: The Power of Anger
Hope for the Future: Reinventing the Way We Work With Millennials
Ron Taffel, PhD
Psychotherapy Research for the People: Can Feminism and Science Co-exist?
Heather Thompson-Brenner, PhD (Moderator)
Amy Banks, MD
Stephen Wonderlich, PhD
The Barbara M. Greenspan Memorial Lecture
Embodied Journeys: Interconnected Pathways for Healing
Niva Piran, PhD, CPsych, FAED
This workshop explores the complex body journeys of girls and women, as described by the feminist developmental theory of embodiment, and validated in 171 interviews of diverse female subjects. The theory reveals paths for compassionate healing, and opens new possibilities for engagement with the world.
Social Justice and Eating Disorders: Let’s Move Forward Together
Marcella Raimondo, PhD, MPH & Andrea LaMarre, MSc
This workshop asks participants to reflect, authentically, on how to best create eating disorders treatment equity.
Functional Analytic Psychotherapy: Increasing the Potency of the Therapeutic Relationship
Whitney Graff, PsyD
This workshop describes the fundamentals of FAP, illustrates its techniques with experiential exercises and applies FAP formulae to the treatment of eating disorders.
Keeping Hope Alive: Working with Severe and Enduring Anorexia Nervosa
Laura Weisberg, PhD
This workshop explores the experience of working with this patient population, the emotional challenges that can arise and what, in spite of all, treating clinicians may still be able to provide.
Discovering Connection in a Disconnected World
Jaime Kaplan, PsyD
This workshop illustrates how clinicians can help eating disorder clients become more authentically visible, in both the real and the digital world.
For more information or to register please visit www.renfrewconference.com or contact Kavita Patel at 1-877-367-3383 or email@example.com.
Doors Open: 7:00 pm
Event: 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
For more information and to RSVP, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for an open forum, Q & A evening with selected panelists ready to provide answers and insights to your Eating Disorders questions.
Panelists include lived-experience individuals, parents, a family physician, a dietitian, and a therapist. Time for community discussion will be prioritized.
Temple Sinai Congregation of Toronto,
210 Wilson Ave,
In Kernel of Wisdom’s 2 ED group options, clients benefit from: feedback on meals and mechanical eating; support to challenge feared foods and rules; peer sharing and connection; processing and guidance from professional facilitators; skill development in areas such as emotion regulation, urge surfing, or mindful eating; and similar insights and benefits as one gains in individual counselling.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THESE GROUPS AT: KERNELOFWISDOM.COM/GROUPS OR TEXT OR CALL 647-880-7118.
DINNER + SUPPORT GROUP (LIVE)
Date + Time: Monday evenings, 7pm-8:30pm
Location: 235 Broadview Ave, Unit 4, TORONTO
Duration: 75 minutes
LUNCH + SUPPORT GROUP (DIGITAL WEBINARS)
Date + Time: Friday afternoons, 12pm-1:00pm
Online Webinar “Room” Software/Application: ZOOM conferencing (see www.zoom.us)
Duration: 55 minutes
All participants must be screened and approved by Joelle prior to starting. Groups will be capped at 8 participants. Enrollment will occur ongoing, as spaces become available.