NEDIC Events

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. 



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Eating Disorder Awareness Week

In Canada, Eating Disorder Awareness Week is February 1-7. 

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Events

  • Silver Linings Foundation

    ONLINE SUPPORT GROUPS  
    Registration fees may be reduced if they are a barrier to participating - contact to discuss.


    1.  Adult binge eating disorder support group (18+) which begins Monday September 12. The registration fee is $150 for the 8-week program.  

    2.  Adult support group (18+) which begins Tuesday August 30. The registration fee is $150 for the 8-week program. 
    3.  Adolescent support group (ages 14-17) which begins Wednesday September 15. Parent/caregiver consent is required. The registration fee is $80 for the 4-week program. 

    4.  Body image support group (18+) which begins Wednesday September 28. The registration fee is $120 for the 6-week program. 


    HYBRID GROUP


    Creative self-compassion: art therapy (18+) which begins Thursday September 15. The registration fee is $125 for the 5-week program. 

    Silver Linings

    Eating Disorder Support Network of Alberta (EDSNA)

    ONLINE SUPPORT GROUPS
    EDSNA offers professionally-facilitated support groups using Zoom. Registration fees may be reduced if they are a barrier to participating - contact to discuss. 


    1. Drop-in support group for caregivers is ongoing. The registration fee for each session is $10.
    2. Support group for adults (18+) living with an eating disorder/disordered eating which begins Wednesday August 31. The registration fee is $70 for the 7-week program.
    3. Support group for women over 40 living with an eating disorder/disordered eating which begins Wednesday September 14. The registration fee is $80 for the 7-week program.

    EDNSA
  • Eating Disorders Nova Scotia

    ONLINE PEER SUPPORT 

    Free and open to anyone in Canada ages 17+ living with or affected by disordered eating/eating disorders. 

    1.  Support chat:  chat sessions occur on Sundays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays and are moderated by trained peer mentors. 

    2.  Support group:  meetings via Zoom on the second and fourth Thursday of every month. 

    3.   Family & friends support group:  meetings via Zoom from September to June on the last Tuesday of the month. 

    4.   NEW two-spirit, trans+, and non-binary peer support group:  weekly meetings on Wednesdays, starting August 3rd to September 21st, 2022.


    VIRTUAL WORKSHOP

    Breaking the Cycle for Good: Escaping the Restrict-Binge-Shame Cycle

    Date:  Monday September 12th, 2022

    Time:  7:00 - 8:15 p.m.  ADT
    Creating a Safer Social Media Space

    Date:  Monday October 24th, 2022

    Time:  7:00 - 8:15 p.m.  AST

    Eating Disorders NS

    Body Brave

    VIRTUAL RECOVERY SESSIONS AND WORKSHOPS

    Join Body Brave on Thursdays between 12:00 and 1:00 p.m. (EST) for free support via Zoom. Open to anyone ages 17+ in Canada. 


    Recovery sessions (RS) are conversations, co-led by individuals with lived experience of an eating disorder/disordered eating and a clinician, around self-help topics including practical skills, tools, and resources. Workshops (W) are single sessions, facilitated by a clinician, on a specific recovery topic. 

    Learn More and Register at Body Brave
  • Sanctuary in the City

    ONLINE PEER SUPPORT

    Eating Disorder Support Group For Black Folks

    This support groups are free to attend and open to Black folks 18+ of all gender identities, expressions, and sizes. Meetings vary in style from week to week, from presentations with slides to group discussion and sharing. Each meeting has a different theme,  such as perfectionism and eating disorders, shame and pleasure, or uprooting oppressive belief systems. 

    Meetings take place via Zoom every third Tuesday of the month. 

    Learn more and register

    FEDUP Collective

    ONLINE PEER SUPPORT

    Fighting Eating Disorders in Underrepresented Populations (FEDUP) fosters accessible healing spaces for transgender, non-binary, intersex, genderqueer, gender non-conforming, and gender-questioning people struggling with an eating disorder, and those who care for them.    


    Follow FEDUP on Facebook or Instagram for details about live support groups taking place each month.   


    FEDUP also runs the following peer support groups on Facebook:

    FEDUP Support Group:  a closed group for gender-diverse folx 
    QTBIPOC Eating Disorder Support Group: a closed group for queer and trans Black, Indigenous, and people of color (QTBIPOC) 
    Support Group for Caregivers & Loved Ones of Trans & Intersex People with Eating Disorders:  a closed group for those supporting a trans+ and/or intersex person 

    Learn more about FEDUP

    The Renfrew Center

    32nd Annual Renfrew Center Foundation VIRTUAL Conference for Professionals

    REGISTRATION NOW OPEN  
    Perspectives on Feminism, Eating Disorders and Beyond 

    Available November 11, 2022, through December 30, 2022 
    Up to 36 CEs/CMEs Offered   

    Early bird registration (available until September 30, 2022):  $195 USD  
    Regular registration:  $275 USD
    Student registration:  $205 USD

    The Renfrew Center Foundation invites you to join us for our 32nd Annual Conference for Professionals. Renfrew is bringing you a virtual Conference offering up to 36 CEs/CMEs/Contact Hours, showcasing 4 exciting Keynote presentations, 2 live workshops, 18 on-demand workshops, networking activities, and numerous special events which have been a part of the Renfrew Conference for the past three decades. 

    KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS  

    What Happened To You? A Neurodevelopmental Approach to the Treatment of Trauma in Adolescents and Adults 
    Bruce Perry, MD, PhD, #1 New York Times Bestseller 
    Date: Friday, November 11, 2022 
    Time: 10:45am - 1:00pm (EST) 

    Why Eating Disorders Need a Social Justice Framework 
    Whitney Trotter, MS, RDN/LDN, RN, RYT, Anti-racism Educator/Consultant and Human Trafficking Activist 
    Date: Friday, November 11, 2022 
    Time: 1:45pm - 3:30pm (EST) 

    Intuitive Eating: Evolution, Concepts, and Challenges 
    Evelyn Tribole, MS, RD, Award-winning Nutrition Expert and Author 
    Date: Saturday, November 12, 2022 
    Time: 10:45am - 12:30pm (EST) 

    Radical, Unapologetic, Joyful, Epic Fat Embodiment 
    Virgie Tovar, MA, Expert on Weight-based Discrimination and Body Image and Author 
    Date: Saturday, November 12, 2022 
    Time: 1:45pm - 3:30pm (EST) 

    Learn More and Register

    Alberta Wellness Centre for Eating Disorders

    WORKSHOPS FOR FRIENDS AND FAMILY

    Helping Friends and Family Understand Eating Disorders

    These 2-hour workshops will provide friends and extended family with the tools to become educated and supportive allies. It is open to anyone in Canada or the United States who cares about someone with an eating disorder but isn't sure how to help, what to say or what to do. It will provide a safe place for them to ask questions, without perpetuating stigma and shame.  

    Workshops will take place the first Sunday of every month on Zoom.

    2022 Dates:  

    June 5th  
    July 3rd  
    August 7th  
    September 4th  
    October 2nd  
    November 6th  
    December 4th 

    Time:  10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. MST

    Facilitator:  Sue Huff,  peer supporter and caregiver coach

    Fee:  $25 per person (or device that is used to access the workshop); additional supporters from the same family using separate devices may register for $15 
    For more information or to register:

    E-mail:  albertawellnessed@gmail.com 

    Telephone:  780-999-7062



    Men's Group: 

    for dads, spouses, boyfriends, roommates, coaches, co-workers, friends (anyone who identifies as a man and has someone in their life who has an eating disorder

    You are a vital part of the recovery team, but perhaps you feel like you are on the outside looking in and you aren't sure how to help. This 2-hour workshop will give you important information and skills so you can feel better prepared to communicate with and support your loved one. There will be 1½ hours of information and 30 minutes for questions and answers.

    Workshops will take place the third Thursday of every month on Zoom.


    Time:  6:30 - 8:30 p.m. MST

    Facilitator:  Sue Huff,  caregiver mentor/educator/coach

    Fee:  $40 + GST per person 

    Group size:  Maximum 12 people, minimum 4 people


    For more information or to register:

    E-mail:  albertawellnessed@gmail.com 

    Telephone:  780-999-7062

    Alberta Wellness Centre for Eating Disorders
  • Toronto Psychology & Wellness Group

    ONLINE PROGRAMMING


    Overcoming Binge Eating: group therapy for individuals ages 16+


    This is a 12-week CBT and DBT-informed group program to help clients heal their relationship with food. Facilitators will provide psychoeducation around binge eating, mindfulness, mindful eating, emotional eating and self-compassion to help foster a balanced lifestyle and mindset.


    Dates:  Mondays starting September 19

    Time:  11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. EST 

    Facilitators:  Dr. Danielle Kofler, CPsych, and Amanda Buckingham, MSW, RSW

    Fee:  $110 per online session

     

    To register, e-mail intake@tpwg.ca

    Toronto Psychology & Wellness Group

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