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posted: October 9, 2003

I have registered for a two-day workshop with Geneen Roth in LA (Los Angeles) for October 11 and 12th. Unfortunately I cannot go and am looking for someone to take my place. I paid $395 but am willing to sell it for much less.

Anyone intersted should email me at Hechtv@aol.com

posted: October 7, 2003

Hello, I am a reporter for a Washington State public radio station (www.nwpr.org) and I am working on a story about bulimia. I am looking for individuals to tell me their story. We will hide identities and use fake names if desired. All interviews are done by phone so we only hear your voice. The story is to help others understand the illness and how to get help. If you are interested in telling your story please email me.

Thank you,

Sueann Ramella
Northwest Public Radio
ATC Host/Producer

posted: October 7, 2003
WORKSHOP -- Dr. Judi Hollis -- Halloween

DATE: October 19, 2003
WHERE: New York
Temptation...Talking to our inner demons: What resolve does it take to honor commitments to our selves? What does it mean to need and ask for help? How do we comfort our animal selves while seeking spiritual grounding of our higher selves? In honor of Halloween, what personal goblins need exorcising?

For more information: 1-800-8-E N O U G H or 212-222-2950

posted: October 7, 2003

DATE: November 8, 2003
WHERE: Crown Plaza Hotel in Beverly Hills, CA

The one day seminar is being sponsored by the Center for Counseling and Health Resources (founded by Dr. Gregg Jantz). Tracey Gold (star of former TV hit series "Growing Pains" and author of the the book, "Room To Grow: An Appetite For Life") is our keynote speaker. Dr. Jantz will also be speaking. He is a bestselling author and expert in the health/recovery field and has successfully operated The Center for over twenty years. Cynthia French will also speaking and singing. She has been a professional singer (performed with Reba McIntyre, Billy Joel, REO Speedwagon, Mindy McCready, etc.) and music publisher and is the author of the novel "Humanville". She suffered from anorexia and bulimia for over twenty years and shared her story of hope and recovery in her novel.

Please contact Cynthia French at humanville@aol.com with any questions

posted: October 7, 2003
WORKSHOP -- Dr. Judi Hollis -- Thanksgiving

DATE: November 23, 2003
WHERE: New York
Gobbling with turkeys or soaring? Will you be groveling with turkeys or soaring with eagles? What does it mean to be so strong and yet so needy? How do you cope with pressures from loved ones and yourself to maintain old robotized behaviors while your entire being courageously longs to experiment with the new? Learn how to give to yourself a happy holiday season with the perfect, best gift of abstinence.

For more information: 1-800-8-E N O U G H or 212-222-2950

posted: October 7, 2003

Date: November 13-16, 2003
New York, NY
Center for the Study of Anorexia & Bulimia: A Division of the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy

visit www.icpnyc.org or call (212) 333-3444

posted: October 7, 2003

Date: November 5, 2003
Denver, CO
Presenting will be Kenneth L. Weiner, MD, Susan Coppage-Peterson, MA and Trish O'Donnell, MA, ATR-BC, LPC. The topic is Beyond Feminism: A Post-Modern Approach to the Psychology of Women and the Treatment of Eating Disorders. Utilizing the framework of the postmodern era, this workshop illustrates how internal locus of control becomes more than something to claim or hold onto, but also becomes a source of power that is inherent of life-giving. This presentation includes a review of theory, experiential learning opportunities and examples of multi-disciplinary treatment interventions that build on the empowerment model. The meeting will be held at 950 S. Cherry Street, Denver, CO from 12-2pm.

For more information contact at www.empoweringchange.com or call 303-771-0861 x183 to reserve seats, space is limited

posted: October 7, 2003

Are there events, feelings and perceptions of any kind that you can share from any stage of your eating disorder recovery experience will contribute to this work on relapse prevention? Your stories and recollections from the good times and the hard times, successes and setbacks can help others as they move through their eating disorder into a life of health and freedom.

Welcome for interviews: men and women, over 18, in any stage of recovery from anorexia, bulimia, compulsive overeating or binge eating disorder. You may also contribute any writings, e.g. journal entries, poetry, essays, etc. that relate to your recovery journey.

The interview may consist of one or more levels depending on the availability and willingness of each individual. Levels include questionnaire, face to face conversation, telephone conversation, e-mail communication and possible follow up meetings.

Some people will want their names and experiences known. Others will want anonymity. The level of confidentiality you require will be honored. Please call or write for more information or to arrange an interview (310) 474-4165, e-mail: interview@joannapoppink.com

About the author: Joanna Poppink, L.M.F.T. is a Los Angeles psychotherapist in private practice who specializes in working with people recovering from eating disorders and their loved ones. She has been in practice since 1980 and is the author of �Triumphant Journey: a guide to stop overeating and recover from eating disorders.� She gives presentations on treatment, prevention and family dynamics as they relate to eating disorders to professional gatherings and to local schools and community centers.

You can learn more about her work, her professional background and read her writings by going to her website: Eating Disorder Recovery. For more information, contact Joanna Poppink, (310) 474-4165, Joanna@joannapoppink.com

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