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posted: March 27th, 2000

Rosewood Women's Center has two open positions for eating disorders' therapists. Master's level therapist preferred, eating disorder experience required. These are full time salaried positions with full benefits. We are looking for the professional who wants to expand her career and work in an environment of caring, supportive staff who honor the journey of women and provide excellent patient care in a safe, empowering manner.

Please direct all inquiries to:

    Hilda Nance
    Director of Clinical Services
    fax 520-684-9562
Rosewood is located in Wickenburg, AZ in the beautiful Sonoran Desert. rosewranch@aol.com

posted: March 27th, 2000
Book on Eating Disorders and Personal Experiences

I am trying to get a book together on peoples experiences of EDs. If you have a story you would like to share then please e mail me with it. I am a bulimic myself & want to do this book because in my experience I have yet to find a book on EDs that is purely from the point of view of the sufferer. I want to steer clear of psychological jargon & so would appreciate any info you could give me! It can be on any aspect of EDs, any type & also if you have any related issues.

Please send e-mail to:
Claire -- las90154@port.ac.uk

posted: March 17th, 2000
Scholarships for Treatment offered at Edreferral.com

The Eating Disorder Referral and Information Center is dedicated to the treatment and prevention of eating disorders. We hope to promote social attitudes that enhance a healthy body image and self-esteem. Our goal is to provide assistance, in the form of information and referrals, to those suffering with eating disorders to get them started on the road to recovery and healthy living. The Eating Disorder Referral and Information Center is providing "Scholarships" to help individuals obtain treatment from a competent psychotherapist who specializes in the treatment of eating disorders. This is merely a beginning of an approach to a very serious problem. The Eating Disorder Referral and Information Center has always been on the forefront of innovative ideas and we hope that this idea will bring us one step closer to a solution to the serious problem of eating disorders.

For an application for a scholarship please send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:

If you are a therapist who specializes in treating eating disorders please consider becoming part of the team. For therapist's application for scholarship participation and membership see edreferral.com.

Christine A. Hartline, M.A.
Executive Director

posted: March 17th, 2000
Letters for Prevention

I am a recovering anorexic who has recently become dedicated to preventing the spread of eating disorders amongst people not formerly affected. I began by, after returning from an inpatient program, speaking to an assembly of younger girls at my school about my experience with anorexia nervosa and how it affected my life. But pretty soon I discovered that I did not think that that would be enough.

My idea grew out of a comment made to me by a friend who was also struggling with an eating disorder. She said that the educational programs designed to educate people on eating disorders had actually inspired her to go down that path. With that in mind, I thought of the Letters for Prevention program.

The purpose of Letters for Prevention is to have sufferers and former sufferers of eating disorders speak out and tell the REAL experience of having an eating disorder. These letters to young children, both girls and boys (because both are at risk of developing eating disorders) focus on the emotional hell of going through an eating disorder and the strength and courage it takes to recover/go through recovery. These letters will not focus on weight and will not explicity tell the amount of food consumed every day.

Please Visit the Letters for Prevention Website
for more information.

posted: March 17th, 2000
Book Being Compiled

Hi, my name is Abigail and I am in the process of recovering from anorexia and bulimia. I would like to compile a book of peoples stories, whether you have recovered or not, it doesn't matter. If you would like to share your story then email me at Johanne.kw@virginnet.co.uk I would really like to hear from you. Anyone, any age, any race, any gender. You don't have to include your name if you don't wish to, all details will be kept confidential.

Abigail -- Johanne.kw@virginnet.co.uk

posted: March 17th, 2000
Looking for Feedback

I am about to start a nonprofit that will utilize young people to work on eating disorder issues in lots of different ways- one would be web site construction, training people in your school about the issue, lobbying congress for better health care, media campaign, etc.

I need input from people who have or are struggling with an eating disorder, what do you think about the name "Wearing Thin" for the organization's name? I was then going to have a weekly newsletter that would be called "The Skinny". Tell me what you think.

Jane Fleming -- coachjane@hotmail.com

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