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posted: March 1, 2005
NATIONAL EATING DISORDERS AWARENESS WEEK (NEDAW)
February 27 through March 5, 2005

Held annually since 1987, NEDAW is the nation's largest eating disorders outreach effort. During NEDAW health care providers, teachers, social workers, students and eating disorder professionals work to promote healthy body image and prevent eating disorders by distributing educational materials and organizing awareness raising events on their campuses and in their communities.

NEDAW events are planned in K-12 schools, colleges, hospitals, and community centers. These interactive and educational events consist of anything from panel discussions to fashion shows, body fairs to theater performances, and picnics to movie screenings. Each year these events attract nationwide public and media attention to eating disorders and the pressures, attitudes, and behaviors which contribute to them.

For more information visit www.NationalEatingDisorders.org


posted: March 1, 2005
National Eating Disorders Association � Long Island
2005 FREE Annual Public Conference

Saturday, March 5, 2005
9:30 am � 1:00 pm
The Omni Building, Uniondale, NY - Auditorium Lower Level
$5.00 is requested - Registration is required

Food, exercise and obsession with thinness has become a culturally accepted strategy for feeling better and managing stress, anxiety and the demands of life. Increased reliance on these coping mechanisms has resulted in an epidemic of disordered eating and eating disorders.

Explore the ways in which these coping mechanisms develop. Recognize what strategies you use. Listen to the struggles of others. Become aware of new strategies for self-care and wellness.

For more information 516-229-2393 or visit www.neda-li.org


posted: March 1, 2005
MARIE CLAIRE MAGAZINE: SEEKS WOMEN FOR ARTICLE

Marie Claire is looking for women aged 22-35 to interview for an upcoming piece on eating disorders. Specifically, we are looking for women who developed eating disorders later in life (post college and beyond). We are also looking for women from a wide variety of ethnic backgrounds. First names only, but we may want to also run a very small photo.

If you are interested in participating, or would just like more information, please feel free to email me directly at hzlevine@aol.com


posted: March 1, 2005
Binge Eating Disorder Study

Caucasian women (ages 18-38) with BINGE EATING DISORDER who live in the Los Angeles Metropolitan area are sought for participation in a graduate research project on memories of childhood and adolescent family mealtime experiences. Participation will include an interview about childhood and adolescent family mealtime issues, a demographic questionnaire, and a binge eating questionnaire. This study will fulfill the requirements of my doctoral dissertation. Each participant will be provided with a $20 dollar stipend for her participation. A summary of the findings of the research will be provided to those participants who indicate that they want feedback about the results. As very little research exists on BINGE EATING DISORDER, your participation will help to further the knowledge and treatment of this disorder. Your participation is voluntary.

For more detailed information, please respond to the Binge Eating Disorder Study by calling (323) 933-0018 or emailing Bingestudy2005@yahoo.com with your name, phone number, and the best time to reach you. Thank you.


posted: March 1, 2005
Advanced Training in the Treatment of Eating Disorders and Body Image Disturbance in Women
A Body to Die For

A Full-Day for Behavioral Health Professionals and Dietitians offering 6 CE Credits. Sponsored by The Renfrew Center Foundation. A Body to Die for will assist behavioral health professionals and dietitians in understanding the complex issues surrounding body-image development and the problems with boundaries, control and suppressed emotion that almost always accompany dissociation from the body. Presented by Adrienne Ressler, MA, CSW, National Training Director at The Renfrew Center.

Seminar Topics Include: An examination of the etiology of eating disorders from a bio/social/psychological model; The complex issues surrounding body-image development through the life cycle; Implications of cognitive and physiological imprinting on thoughts, language and behavior; The relationship between the mechanics of perception and body-image disturbance; Practical mind/body techniques for use with clients

Dates:
Saddle Brook, NJ - March 30, 2005
Stamford, CT - April 1, 2005
New Orleans, LA - April 8, 2005
Orlando, FL - May 13, 2005
Ft. Lauderdale, FL - May 20, 2005
San Diego, CA - May 27, 2005

Please visit www.renfrew.org for more information, or call Debbie Lucker at 1-877-367-3383


posted: March 1, 2005
Academy for Eating Disorders 2005 Annual Conference

When: April 27-30, 2005
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

The Academy for Eating Disorders, will hold its 2005 Annual Conference April 27-30, 2005 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. They will offer international CME, which is granted by the American Medical Association.

For information, contact AED at 847-498-4274, by e-mail at info@aedweb.org or visit www.aedweb.org


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