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Savannah, GA NEDA Walk
Date: May 3, 2014
Time: 8:30 AM
Location: Daffin Park
City: Savannah
State: GA
Details: The National Eating Disorders Association organizes NEDA Walks in support of its mission and programs. Proceeds support critical programs and services that work to eliminate eating disorders and improve prevention, treatment, and research. Eating disorders are potentially life-threatening illnesses with the highest death rate of any mental illness. However, they are treatable and our goal is to steer people to the help they need early.
Contact: walks@nationaleatingdisorders.org



Eating Disorders and Obesity Conference
Date: May 26, 2014
Time: 8:00 PM
Location: QT Hotel
City: Surfers Paradise, QLD Australia
State:
Details: Bringing together a new era of collaboration, information sharing and professional networking. The conference is being held from the 26th - 27th May 2014 at QT Hotel, Gold Coast. Eating disorders, obesity and unhealthy dieting practices are a serious public health concern due to their high prevalence and adverse effects on psychological and physical health. The cost to the public health system is also of concern at all levels of Government and the Health Insurance sector. The increasing occurrence illustrates the urgent need to address the relationship between eating disorders and obesity, and other recommendations of health promoting activities. Susan Yanovski, Director of the Obesity and Eating Disorders Program at the National Institutes of Diabetes in the USA told a conference audience "The eventual goal is not to think about obesity as a single problem, but to define the type of obesity with psychological and blood tests, and to weigh the genetic influences. Then we can target specific behavioural or pharmacological interventions". This conference will encompass contemporary best practice, multidisciplinary care and research into the epidemiology, clinical manifestations and treatments relating to eating disorders and obesity. It will also examine Government and Health Sector Initiatives. It will bring together clinical practitioners, academics, mental health experts and public health administrators from Australasia. Shared information will include; • On-going Research and Outcomes • New Knowledge Developments: programs and strategies • Latest evidence and guidelines on early diagnosis and successful case management • New Treatments • Research Validation of Early Intervention Strategies • Prevention Strategies: examine and review effectiveness • Translational Research - from lab bench to the clinic and individual patient • Discussion on Best Practice • Government and Health Sector Initiatives
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Kansas City, MO NEDA Walk
Date: June 14, 2014
Time: 8:30 AM
Location: Berkley Riverfront Park
City: Kansas City
State: MO
Details: The National Eating Disorders Association organizes NEDA Walks in support of its mission and programs. Proceeds support critical programs and services that work to eliminate eating disorders and improve prevention, treatment, and research. Eating disorders are potentially life-threatening illnesses with the highest death rate of any mental illness. However, they are treatable and our goal is to steer people to the help they need early.
Contact: walks@nationaleatingdisorders.org



Washington, DC NEDA Walk
Date: April 27, 2014
Time: 10:00 AM
Location: National Mall
City: Washington
State: DC
Details: The National Eating Disorders Association organizes NEDA Walks in support of its mission and programs. Proceeds support critical programs and services that work to eliminate eating disorders and improve prevention, treatment, and research. Eating disorders are potentially life-threatening illnesses with the highest death rate of any mental illness. However, they are treatable and our goal is to steer people to the help they need early.
Contact: walks@nationaleatingdisorders.org



Eating Disorders and Obesity Conference- A Shared Approach; Assessment, Prevention and Treatment
Date: May 26, 2013
Time: 9:00 AM
Location: QT Hotel
City: Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast
State:
Details: Bringing together a new era of collaboration, information sharing and professional networking. The conference is being held from the 26th - 27th May 2014 at QT Hotel, Gold Coast. Eating disorders, obesity and unhealthy dieting practices are a serious public health concern due to their high prevalence and adverse effects on psychological and physical health. The cost to the public health system is also of concern at all levels of Government and the Health Insurance sector. The increasing occurrence illustrates the urgent need to address the relationship between eating disorders and obesity, and other recommendations of health promoting activities.
Contact: Samandra Edwards



Syracuse, NY NEDA Walk
Date: May 3, 2014
Time: 9:00 AM
Location: Long Branch Park
City: Syracuse
State: NY
Details: The National Eating Disorders Association organizes NEDA Walks in support of its mission and programs. Proceeds support critical programs and services that work to eliminate eating disorders and improve prevention, treatment, and research. Eating disorders are potentially life-threatening illnesses with the highest death rate of any mental illness. However, they are treatable and our goal is to steer people to the help they need early.
Contact: walks@nationaleatingdisorders.org



Kongress Essstörungen 2014 / Eating Disorders Alpbach 2014
Date: October 16, 2014
Time: 9:00 AM
Location: Tyrol,Austria
City: Alpbach
State:
Details: Das Netzwerk Essstörungen veranstaltet vom 17. bis zum 19. Oktober 2013 in Kooperation mit der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Essstörungen und der Medizinischen Universität Innsbruck den 21. Internationaler Kongress zum Thema Essstörungen (Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder, Adipositas). Für weitere Informationen besuchen Sie unsere Homepage: www.netzwerk-essstoerungen.at
Contact: info@netzwerk-essstoerungen.at



Las Vegas, NV NEDA Walk
Date: May 3, 2014
Time: 8:00 AM
Location: Faith Lutheran Middle School and High School
City: Las Vegas
State: NV
Details: The National Eating Disorders Association organizes NEDA Walks in support of its mission and programs. Proceeds support critical programs and services that work to eliminate eating disorders and improve prevention, treatment, and research. Eating disorders are potentially life-threatening illnesses with the highest death rate of any mental illness. However, they are treatable and our goal is to steer people to the help they need early.
Contact: walks@nationaleatingdisorders.org



Pathways Toward a Paradigm of Health, Body Acceptance, and Quality of Life
Date: April 24, 2014
Time: 9:00 AM
Location: Westin, Denver Downtown
City: Denver
State: CO
Details: Pathways Toward a Paradigm of Health, Body Acceptance, and Quality of Life is the theme of the BEDA 2014 Annual Conference in Denver, CO, which 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.
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Redding, CA NEDA Walk
Date: May 31, 2014
Time: 8:30 AM
Location: Sundial Bridge- Turtle Bay
City: Redding
State: CA
Details: The National Eating Disorders Association organizes NEDA Walks in support of its mission and programs. Proceeds support critical programs and services that work to eliminate eating disorders and improve prevention, treatment, and research. Eating disorders are potentially life-threatening illnesses with the highest death rate of any mental illness. However, they are treatable and our goal is to steer people to the help they need early.
Contact: walks@nationaleatingdisorders.org



Columbia, MO NEDA Walk
Date: April 19, 2014
Time: 8:30 AM
Location: Stephens Lake Park
City: Columbia
State: MO
Details: The National Eating Disorders Association organizes NEDA Walks in support of its mission and programs. Proceeds support critical programs and services that work to eliminate eating disorders and improve prevention, treatment, and research. Eating disorders are potentially life-threatening illnesses with the highest death rate of any mental illness. However, they are treatable and our goal is to steer people to the help they need early.
Contact: walks@nationaleatingdisorders.org



Miami, FL NEDA Walk
Date: April 27, 2014
Time: 9:00 AM
Location: Peacock Park
City: Miami
State: FL
Details: The National Eating Disorders Association organizes NEDA Walks in support of its mission and programs. Proceeds support critical programs and services that work to eliminate eating disorders and improve prevention, treatment, and research. Eating disorders are potentially life-threatening illnesses with the highest death rate of any mental illness. However, they are treatable and our goal is to steer people to the help they need early.
Contact: walks@nationaleatingdisorders.org



Break the Chains, Discover Freedom.
Date: May 10, 2014
Time: 9:00 AM
Location: The Campbell House
City: Lexington
State: KY
Details: This event is being held to raise awareness and to educate on Eating Disorders. You will leave this conference with knowledge, hope, and belief that a life without an ED is possible and attainable. No one is just a number. Discover your worth. Break free from whatever is holding you back and find true happiness in life. Jenni Schaefer, Mallory Faye, Eating Disorder Coalition of TN, and Theresa Barry-Greb MS,PT will be speaking.
Contact: 859-608*5393



Burlington, VT NEDA Walk
Date: May 3, 2014
Time: 10:00 AM
Location: Unitarian Universalist Church and Church Street
City: Burlington
State: VT
Details: The National Eating Disorders Association organizes NEDA Walks in support of its mission and programs. Proceeds support critical programs and services that work to eliminate eating disorders and improve prevention, treatment, and research. Eating disorders are potentially life-threatening illnesses with the highest death rate of any mental illness. However, they are treatable and our goal is to steer people to the help they need early.
Contact: walks@nationaleatingdisorders.org



6th Annual Eating Recovery Center Foundation Eating Disorders Conference
Date: August 15, 2014
Time: 9:00 AM
Location: Denver Marriott City Center
City: Denver
State: CO
Details: Held in scenic Denver, Colorado, the annual Eating Recovery Center Foundation Eating Disorders Conference brings together distinguished eating disorders treatment experts to discuss the trends, developments and emerging best practices shaping the field. Limited registration and an interactive educational program supports connection and collaboration among attending members of the eating disorders treatment community, including physicians, therapists, nurses, dietitians and advocacy organizations. Up to 16 Continuing Education Credits are available to various disciplines. Agenda, continuing education information and registration will soon be available online at www.EatingRecoveryCenter.com. If you would like to be added to Eating Recovery Center’s mailing list to receive the conference brochure and emails, or if you have questions about the event, please contact Sarah Gilstrap, Professional and Consumer Resources Manager, at 720-258-4008 or sgilstrap@EatingRecoveryCenter.com.
Contact: sgilstrap@eatingrecoverycenter.com



Dallas, TX NEDA Walk
Date: April 26, 2014
Time: 8:00 AM
Location: Goar Park
City: University Park
State: TX
Details: The National Eating Disorders Association organizes NEDA Walks in support of its mission and programs. Proceeds support critical programs and services that work to eliminate eating disorders and improve prevention, treatment, and research. Eating disorders are potentially life-threatening illnesses with the highest death rate of any mental illness. However, they are treatable and our goal is to steer people to the help they need early.
Contact: walks@nationaleatingdisorders.org



Be the Model Fashion Show
Date: April 27, 2014
Time: 2:00 PM
Location: United States
City: Atlanta
State: GA
Details: Be the Model® is an outreach and prevention program initiated by the Manna Fund in order to raise awareness that our youth has the power to "be the model" - both in their community, as well as in our Bloomingdale's-based fashion show. Youth from 10-18 initiate their desire to be in the fashion show by submitting a 60-90 second video on how they will be a role model in their community, as well as why they would want to be in our family-based fashion show at Bloomingdale's on April 27, 2014. Manna's campaign is designed to not only help prevent the mindset that leads to eating disorders, but also create a movement and outlet for our youth to change the media-based belief about beauty. We believe that our youth are the key to positive change for the future. Hearing their ideas on how to change our society's mindset on what beautiful is will then change our society, and help prevent the eating disorder epidemic. We also believe in the power of family. Parents have such a powerful impact on the beliefs of their children! Its why we want the family to be involved! So, what we are asking for are their ideas - and their commitments - on how they will be a "role model" regarding changing the idea about what being beautiful is. Please encourage your children to participate in our program, by doing the following: Be the Model Fashion Show Contestants must be between 10-18 to enter All contestants create a video between 60-90 seconds, placed on youtube, and link sent to: info@mannafund.org (if this is an issue, please email us the video or contact us for alternate means of getting the video) Deadline for video submission is March 31, 2014 Video message should contain: 1. How you will "Be the Model" in your community, by representing healthy self-esteem, promoting healthy body image at every size, and helping prevent the eating disordered mindset 2. Why you and your family should be represented in our fashion show at Bloomingdale's Our sample video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gddpo0RKooc
Contact: Lori Arnold or Genie Burnett 770-495-9775



Someday Melissa Screening at Ramapo College
Date: April 14, 2014
Time: 6:00 PM
Location: Ramapo College of New Jersey, 505 Ramapo Valley Road
City: Mahwah
State: NJ
Details: Judy Avrin, Executive Producer of Someday Melissa and Melissa's mother, created the documentary in collaboration with Danna Markson, LCSW and director Jeffrey Cobelli, to spread the word about the importance of early awareness of eating disorders symptoms and the significance of early treatment. Join us for the screening of Someday Melissa and to learn more about eating disorders, early intervention and treatment
Contact: Erin Healy, 6315257266



The Ultimate Field Day: Fun for a Cause
Date: May 17, 2014
Time: 10:00 AM
Location: Ridley High School - 1000 Morton Avenue
City: Folsom
State: PA
Details: The Ultimate Field Day is an event for all children aged 18 months to 12 years old. The Pee Wee age group (18 months to 4 years old) costs $5, the Juniors (5-9 years old) cost $8 and the Seniors (10-12 years old) cost $10. There will be several games, including relay races, beanbag toss, ladder ball, water balloon toss, and many more. The snack bar will be open, face painters will be on site, and there will be 50/50s, as well. We will be promoting the NEDA Walk at the Philadelphia Zoo on June 1st. Can't wait for a fun filled day! Together we can make a difference!
Contact: jillian8davis@gmail.com



Greater Cincinnati, OH NEDA Walk
Date: September 6, 2014
Time: 9:30 AM
Location: Dearborn Trails
City: Dearborn
State: IN
Details: The National Eating Disorders Association organizes NEDA Walks in support of its mission and programs. Proceeds support critical programs and services that work to eliminate eating disorders and improve prevention, treatment, and research. Eating disorders are potentially life-threatening illnesses with the highest death rate of any mental illness. However, they are treatable and our goal is to steer people to the help they need early.
Contact: walks@nationaleatingdisorders.org



St. Louis, MO NEDA Walk
Date: July 19, 2014
Time: 8:00 AM
Location: Tilles Park- Gloria Rogers Pavillion
City: St. Louis
State: MO
Details: The National Eating Disorders Association organizes NEDA Walks in support of its mission and programs. Proceeds support critical programs and services that work to eliminate eating disorders and improve prevention, treatment, and research. Eating disorders are potentially life-threatening illnesses with the highest death rate of any mental illness. However, they are treatable and our goal is to steer people to the help they need early.
Contact: walks@nationaleatingdisorders.org



Albany, NY NEDA Walk
Date: September 27, 2014
Time: 9:00 AM
Location: The Crossings of Colonie
City: Albany
State: NY
Details: The National Eating Disorders Association organizes NEDA Walks in support of its mission and programs. Proceeds support critical programs and services that work to eliminate eating disorders and improve prevention, treatment, and research. Eating disorders are potentially life-threatening illnesses with the highest death rate of any mental illness. However, they are treatable and our goal is to steer people to the help they need early.
Contact: walks@nationaleatingdisorders.org



Seattle, WA NEDA Walk
Date: June 14, 2014
Time: 9:00 AM
Location: Seattle Center- Founders Court South
City: Seattle
State: WA
Details: The National Eating Disorders Association organizes NEDA Walks in support of its mission and programs. Proceeds support critical programs and services that work to eliminate eating disorders and improve prevention, treatment, and research. Eating disorders are potentially life-threatening illnesses with the highest death rate of any mental illness. However, they are treatable and our goal is to steer people to the help they need early.
Contact: walks@nationaleatingdisorders.org



Anchorage, AK NEDA Walk
Date: June 14, 2014
Time: 9:30 AM
Location: Goose Lake Park
City: Anchorage
State: AK
Details: The National Eating Disorders Association organizes NEDA Walks in support of its mission and programs. Proceeds support critical programs and services that work to eliminate eating disorders and improve prevention, treatment, and research. Eating disorders are potentially life-threatening illnesses with the highest death rate of any mental illness. However, they are treatable and our goal is to steer people to the help they need early.
Contact: walks@nationaleatingdisorders.org



Insight and Innovation in Eating Disorder Treatment
Date: June 5, 2014
Time: 8:30 AM
Location: Hilton St. Louis Frontenac
City: St. Louis
State: MO
Details: The Summit for Clinical Excellence Presents the 8th Annual Insight and Innovation in Eating Disorder Treatment Conference, coming to St. Louis June 5th-7th, 2014. The theme of the Summit is "The Gap Between Theory vs. Practice" and incorporates Case Studies, Debate, and Practical Applications. This is considered Intermediate to Advanced Clinical Training for Therapists and Counselors, and provides 16.5 CE's upon completion of all 3 days. Featured presenters include Pamela Peeke MD, MPH, FACP; Scott Crow MD; Margo Maine Ph.D, FAED, CEDS; and Jon Robison Ph.D, MS. For more information please visit our website www.bfisummit.com or call 480-585-5247.
Contact: Katie Kisner or Judi Beshella 480-585-5247



Philadelphia, PA NEDA Walk
Date: June 1, 2014
Time: 12:27 PM
Location: Philadelphia Zoo
City: Philadelphia
State: PA
Details: The National Eating Disorders Association organizes NEDA Walks in support of its mission and programs. Proceeds support critical programs and services that work to eliminate eating disorders and improve prevention, treatment, and research. Eating disorders are potentially life-threatening illnesses with the highest death rate of any mental illness. However, they are treatable and our goal is to steer people to the help they need early.
Contact: walks@nationaleatingdisorders.org



Portland, OR NEDA Walk
Date: June 22, 2014
Time: 9:00 AM
Location: Willamette Park
City: Portland
State: OR
Details: The National Eating Disorders Association organizes NEDA Walks in support of its mission and programs. Proceeds support critical programs and services that work to eliminate eating disorders and improve prevention, treatment, and research. Eating disorders are potentially life-threatening illnesses with the highest death rate of any mental illness. However, they are treatable and our goal is to steer people to the help they need early.
Contact: walks@nationaleatingdisorders.org



Cranston, RI NEDA Walk
Date: June 1, 2014
Time: 8:00 AM
Location: Cranston High School West- Track Field
City: Cranston
State: RI
Details: The National Eating Disorders Association organizes NEDA Walks in support of its mission and programs. Proceeds support critical programs and services that work to eliminate eating disorders and improve prevention, treatment, and research. Eating disorders are potentially life-threatening illnesses with the highest death rate of any mental illness. However, they are treatable and our goal is to steer people to the help they need early.
Contact: walks@nationaleatingdisorders.org



NEDA's 2014 Annual Benefit Dinner!
Date: April 28, 2014
Time: 6:30 PM
Location: Grand Hyatt New York 109 E. 42nd St,
City: New York City
State: NY
Details: Healing, Hope & Heroes You are cordially invited to NEDA’s Annual Benefit Dinner April 28, 2014 Grand Hyatt New York 109 E. 42nd St, New York City Join us for an evening of cocktails, dinner, distinguished speakers and exceptional entertainment. NEDA’s HEROES: This year we will be honoring three individuals for their outstanding contributions in the field of eating disorders. Profile in Courage Award: Mika Brzezinski, Co-Host, MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” and author, for her courage in announcing, on the national stage, her struggle with an eating disorder. Corporate leadership Award: Ed Howard, Vice President, East Region & Global Account Aramark, for his continuous support of NEDA and for his strong advocacy among the corporate community for those with eating disorders. Outstanding Professional Achievement Award: Russell Marx, MD Director of Programs, Eating Disorders Treatment and Research Center, UCSD and Chief Science Officer and Treasurer, NEDA, for his devotion and dedication to the field of eating disorders. Dessert Reception with a Special Performance by Mary Lambert Conclude this special evening with an intimate performance by singer/songwriter Mary Lambert. Mary recently performed her hit single “Same Love” with collaborators Macklemore & Ryan Lewis on at the 2014 Grammy Awards. Please join us in celebrating and acknowledging the impact we have made together on behalf of those individuals and families affected by eating disorders. This will be an evening to remember! For event information, please call 201.941.6064 or email neda@trustaffairs.com.
Contact: neda@trustaffairs.com



PEDAW Mural Contest
Date: June 30, 2014
Time: 11:59 PM
Location: British Columbia, Canada
City:
State:
Details: PEDAW Mural Contest, BC Province-Wide until June 30, 2014 Unique contest invites amateur artists from British Columbia (BC), Canada, to paint or draw 2 dimensional artwork that explores the question: What does ‘love our bodies, love ourselves’ mean to you? Presented by the Provincial Eating Disorders Awareness (PEDAW) campaign with the Vancouver Graffiti Management Team. Winning entry will have art painted on a container mural in Vancouver by a professional lead artist, an invitation to paint with the lead artist, artwork displayed at the 2014 Eating Disorders Association of Canada (EDAC) Conference in Vancouver, and free admission to EDAC Pre‐conference, October 5th. Prizes for 2nd & 3rd place: artwork displayed at the 2014 Eating Disorders Association of Canada (EDAC) Conference in Vancouver, and free admission to EDAC Pre‐conference, October 5th. Images must be submitted via email to pedaw@familyservices.bc.ca by June 30, 2014. Maximum of 3 images per person. For full contest rules and information, visit http://bit.ly/pedawmuralcontest. 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.
Contact: pedaw@familyservices.bc.ca



Striking Out Eating Disorders - Junior Board Event
Date: April 17, 2014
Time: 11:27 AM
Location: Frames Bowling Lounge 550 9th Ave (corner of 40th Street)
City: New York City
State: NY
Details: Hosted By NEDA's Junior Board, all proceeds will directly benefit the National Eating Disorders Association. $75 Per Bowler or $525 Per Team of Seven Cocktails, Snacks & Bowling Included with Ticket Pirchase
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Eating Disorders in Sport conference
Date: June 7, 2014
Time: 8:00 AM
Location: Health Sciences Education Building, Saint Louis University
City: St. Louis
State: MO
Details: We are pleased to announce the first Eating Disorder in Sport Conference sponsored by The Victory Program at McCallum Place, Saint Louis University, and the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals (IAEDP) Heartland Chapter. Join us this summer, June 7, 2014 at Saint Louis University in downtown St. Louis, Missouri. Hear experts address issues such as: •The unique body image challenges faced by athletes •How eating disorders in athletes differ from the non-athlete population •What sports are at higher risk for eating disorders •How the sport environment can help heal eating disorders Eating Disorders in Sport Conference Speaker Lineup Morning Keynote Speakers: Dr. Kim McCallum, MD, CEDS, FAED, McCallum Place Eating Disorder Centers & Dr. Ron Thompson, PhD, CEDS, FAED, The Victory Program at McCallum Place- “Athletes with Eating Disorders, Special Treatment Considerations” Morning Breakout Session Kara Bazzi, MS, LMFT, CEDS, Opal: Food + Body Wisdom – “Giving Voice: Reflections from a Recovered Athlete” Elizabeth Lyons, MSW, LCSW, Saint Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute– “The Athlete's Two Families: Sport Family vs. Family of Origin” Jeff Stiles, Washington University - "Eating Disorders in College Athletes: A Coach's Perspective" The Victory Program Panel – Dr. Riley Nickols, PhD, Kate Evett, RD, LD, CSSD, Dr. Brooke Ayden, MD & Dr. Caroline Rudnick, MD, PhD – “Specialized Intensive Treatment for Athletes with Eating Disorders: An Overview” Afternoon Keynote Speakers Dr. Tiffany Stewart, PhD, Pennington Biomedical Research Center, & Dr. Caroline Black Becker, PhD, FAED, Trinity University – “The Female Athlete Body (FAB) Project: Prelimary Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial” Ellen Hart – Recovered Athlete Afternoon Breakout Sessions Dr. Christine Verry, MD, Saint Louis University – “Management of Eating Disorders in Sport Medicine” Dr. Jessyca Arthur-Cameselle, EdD, Manhattanville College & Dr. Paula Quatromoni, DSc, MS, RD, Boston University – “Effective Teamwork: Interdisciplinary Support to Initiate and Enhance Athletes’ Eating Disorder Recovery” Dr. Carmen Tebbe Priebe, PhD, University of Oklahoma – “The Role of NCAA Regulations in Eating Disorder Treatment” Heather Mangeri, MS, RD, CSSD, Nutrition CheckUp, LLC – “Orthorexia: When Healthy Eating Turns Harmful” Continuing Education Units (CEU's) are available for the keynote presentations as well as the breakout sessions. They will be available for the following professionals: Athletic Trainers, Nurses, Licensed Professional Counselors, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Registered Dietitians and Psychologists.
Contact: kepple@mccallumplace.com



Eating Disorders: State-of-the-Art Treatment
Date: September 20, 2014
Time: 8:00 AM
Location: The Conference Center at Sheppard Pratt
City: Baltimore
State: MD
Details: Join fellow treatment professionals from around the world for a unique, one-day training opportunity with some of the field's most notable experts. FEATURED SPEAKERS & KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS: The Role of Shame and Compassion in the Development and Treatment of Eating Disorders, by KEN GOSS, Ph.D. Eating Disorders and Substance Abuse: Practical Guidelines for Managing the Co-morbidity, by AMY BAKER DENNIS, Ph.D., FAED Family-Based Treatment (FBT) for Adolescent Eating and Weight Disorders: New Applications, by KATHARINE LOEB, Ph.D. The Intersection of Eating Disorders and Bariatric Surgery, by JAMES MITCHELL, M.D. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Helping our patients to get well and to stay well, by GLENN WALLER, DPhil, FAED AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS / BREAKOUT SESSIONS: Compassion-Focused Therapy for Eating Disorders (CFT-E), by Ken Goss, PhD Eating Disorders & Borderline Personality Disorder: Clinical Tools for Addressing Global Dysregulation, by Amy Baker Dennis, PhD, FAED Advanced Topics & Consultation in Family-Based Treatment, by Katharine Loeb, Ph.D. Counseling Post-Bariatric Surgery Patients on Eating, Body Image and Weight, by James Mitchell, M.D. The Therapeutic Relationship: Our Most Important Therapeutic Tool or Our Most Overvalued Belief?, by Glen Waller, DPhil, FAED
Contact: kclemmer@sheppardpratt.org