Eating Disorder Events & Conferences Calendar

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    EDH Online Conference II: Anorexia Hope
& Healing in 2018

“International Overview of Anorexia Nervosa & Co-Occurring Issues”
2 CE’s available!

Eating Disorder Hope Online Conference

Thursday, May 17, 2018 / 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm EST
Visit our Conference Page for Details!

 

2018 Illumination Retreat: Discovering Self, Community, and Hope in Recovery

“2018 Illumination Retreat: Discovering Self, Community, and Hope in Recovery” – Offered in four locations across the U.S.: Portland, OR, Washington D.C., Dallas, TX and Kansas City, KS. Details: Sponsored by Eating Recovery Center and Insight Behavioral Health Centers, the 2018 Illumination Retreat is an interactive half-day event of education, support, and resources for eating disorder, mood and anxiety treatment and recovery. Content is designed for individuals considering treatment or in recovery, family members, support persons and community members interested in learning more.
Additional Information: Here! (Pub)

April, 2018

    EDH Facebook Live Event with Kirsten Haglund

        “Living True to Our Values in Eating Disorder Recovery”

Kirsten Haglund

April 19, 2018 at 5:00 pm EST / 2:00 pm PST
Visit our Facebook Live Page for Details!

 


April NEDA Walk Locations

NEDA Walk

Los Angeles, Oklahoma City, Richmond, Indianapolis, Starkville, Peoria, Pittsburgh, State College, Nashville, Ann Arbor, Raleigh, Burlington, Fort Wayne, Columbus, Champaign-Urbana, St. Louis, Austin, Philadelphia, Montclair, Blacksburg, Tuscaloosa, Iowa City, Kingston and Boise. Additional Information: here(Pub)


 

April 10: The Emily Program Recovery Night – Como. Details: Hear speakers share their personal stories of dedication and perseverance on the road to recovery from eating disorders. Speakers include Emily Program staff, former clients, and community members. Recovery Night is free and open to the public; anyone is invited to attend, including clients, support people, and the community.  Location: St. Paul – Como, MN. Time: 6:30 PM. Additional Information: here(Pub)

April 12-13: Body Image Workshop: Hosted by: Marci Evans and Fiona Sutherland. Location: Los Angeles, CA. Details: If you are looking to enhance your nutrition counseling skills and confidence when working with eating disorders, chronic dieting, and any condition which impacts how someone feels about their body, this is definitely the workshop you’ve been waiting for.  Additional Information: here(Pro)

April 13: Breaking Stereotypes: Treating Complexities in Eating Disorders. Details: 4th Annual Symposium focusing on the theme of “Breaking Stereotypes: Treating Complexities and Comorbidities in Eating Disorders.” The symposium features our keynote speaker, Chase Bannister, LCSW, CEDS, MDiv.  Location: Capital One Conference Center – Plano, TX. Time: 7:30 am – 4:30 pm. Additional Information: here(Pro)

April 14: The Eating Disorder Foundation’s “Icebreaker Gala”. Location: Hyatt Regency – Denver, CO. Details: An evening to remember: Dr. Guido Frank will be awarded EDF’s first Greg Hueni Award for outstanding contributions in the field of eating disorders.  Additional Information: here(Pro)

April 15 -17: The Emily Program is Exhibiting at the Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health Conference. Details: Our conference, now in its 22nd year, is the largest conference of its kind in the nation. We have grown nearly every year since our first conference in 1996—and 2017 marked our most popular event to date with over 1,900 participants. This year we expect our attendance to remain high at nearly 2,000 attendees.  Location: Duluth, MN. Additional Information: here. (Pub/Pro)

April 16-17: Body Image Workshop: Hosted by: Marci Evans and Fiona Sutherland. Location: Portland, OR. Details: If you are looking to enhance your nutrition counseling skills and confidence when working with eating disorders, chronic dieting, and any condition which impacts how someone feels about their body, this is definitely the workshop you’ve been waiting for.  Additional Information: here(Pro)

April 18: The Emily Program Recovery Night – Seattle. Details: Hear speakers share their personal stories of dedication and perseverance on the road to recovery from eating disorders. Speakers include Emily Program staff, former clients, and community members. Recovery Night is free and open to the public; anyone is invited to attend, including clients, support people, and the community.  Location: Seattle, WA. Time: 6:00 PM. Additional Information: here(Pub)

April 19-21: ICED 2018 Innovation: Expanding Our Community and Perspectives. Location: Chicago, IL. Details: The conference is set to expand our community and perspectives via a stimulating keynote from clinical psychologist Alan Kazdin (Yale University) on reducing the burdens of eating disorders, and plenaries featuring leading experts discussing policy and strategic science, the gut microbiome, community participatory research, and defining recovery.  Additional Information: here. (Pro)

April 19-21: The Emily Program is Exhibiting at ICED 2018 Innovation: Expanding Our Community and Perspectives. Location: Chicago, IL. Details: The conference is set to expand our community and perspectives via a stimulating keynote from clinical psychologist Alan Kazdin of Yale University.  Additional Information: here. (Pro)

April 20: The Emily Program is Exhibiting at the Minnesota Psychological Association Conference. Details: The Minnesota Psychological Association invites you to join us as an exhibitor at the 81st MPA Annual Convention. Location: Crowne Plaza Minneapolis West – Plymouth, MN. Additional Information: here. (Pro)

April 21: Project HEAL-West Virginia University Chapter 1st Annual Recovery Walk. Details: Grab your tickets now to receive a t-shirt at the walk. Location: Mountainlair at West Virginia University (WVU). Additional Information: here. (Pub)

April 22-23: Body Image Workshop – Hosted by: Marci Evans and Fiona Sutherland. Location: Chicago, IL. Details: Get Answers to the big question of how to help your clients heal negative body image.  If you are looking to enhance your nutrition counseling skills and confidence when working with eating disorders, chronic dieting, and any condition which impacts how someone feels about their body, this is definitely the workshop you’ve been waiting for. Contact: [email protected] Additional Information: here. (Pro)

April 24: Spring 2018 EDC Capitol Hill Advocacy Day. Location: Washington, D.C. Details: Please join us on April 24th in Washington, D.C., where we will share our personal experiences with elected officials, educate legislators and their staff about the seriousness of eating disorders, and advocate for our policy goals. Register: here. (Pub/Pro)

April 24: Dr. Jillian Lampert of The Emily Program Will be Presenting at EDC Capitol Hill Advocacy Day. Location: Washington, D.C. Details: Please join us on April 24th in Washington, D.C., where we will share our personal experiences with elected officials, educate legislators and their staff about the seriousness of eating disorders, and advocate for our policy goals. Register: here. (Pub/Pro)

April 26: The Emily Program is Exhibiting at the Ohio Psychological Association Conference. Location: Quest Conference Center – Columbus, OH. Theme: Psychology: An Inclusive Community of Growth and Care. Additional Information: here. (Pub/Pro)

April 27: The Emily Program is Exhibiting at the Integrated Behavioral Health Conference. Location: Minneapolis Marriott Northwest – Minneapolis, MN. Details: This one-day interactive conference will include keynote presentations with question/discussion periods and break-out sessions on a variety of relevant topics. Course content and delivery is designed to help participants develop practical strategies and valuable networks while pursuing a plan for behavioral health integration. Additional Information: here. (Pub/Pro)

April 27-28: Body Image Workshop – Hosted by: Marci Evans and Fiona Sutherland. Location: Boston, MA. Details: Get Answers to the big question of how to help your clients heal negative body image.  If you are looking to enhance your nutrition counseling skills and confidence when working with eating disorders, chronic dieting, and any condition which impacts how someone feels about their body, this is definitely the workshop you’ve been waiting for. Contact: [email protected] Additional Information: here(Pro)

April 28: The Project HEAL-Boston Chapter Hosts a Body Positive Movement Class Fundraiser. Details: Featuring several 15-20 minute sessions of Zumba, Country Line, Pound, BarreHop & Yoga. Additional Information: here. (Pub)

April 28: Iowa City NEDA Walk Sponsored by EDCare. Details: NEDA WALKS are educating affected individuals and their families, while raising vital funds in the fight against eating disorders. Location: Iowa City, IA. Additional Information: here(Pub)

April 28: The Project HEAL-Southeast Pennsylvania Chapter Hosts the 3rd Annual Life is Short Eat Dessert First Gala. Details: The event will feature fantastic speaker Melissa Harrison, open bar of house wine and beer as well as buffet dinner from Barnaby’s, and delicious desserts. Location: Barnaby’s of West Chester. Additional Information: here. (Pub)

April 28: Columbia NEDA Walk Sponsored by EDCare. Details: NEDA WALKS are educating affected individuals and their families, while raising vital funds in the fight against eating disorders. Location: Columbia, MO. Additional Information: here. (Pub)

April 29-30: The Emily Program is Exhibiting at the Minnesota School Counselors Association Conference. Location: Madden’s on Gull Lake – Brainerd, MN. Details: We have two amazing keynote speakers lined up for the 2018 conference! Manny Scott will be opening the conference on Sunday evening. Mike Smith will be our featured keynote on Monday morning. Additional Information: here. (Pub/Pro)

May, 2018

    EDH Online Conference II: Anorexia Hope
& Healing in 2018

“International Overview of Anorexia Nervosa & Co-Occurring Issues”
2 CE’s available!

Eating Disorder Hope Online Conference

Thursday, May 17, 2018 / 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm EST
Visit our Conference Page for Details!

 

    EDH Twitter Chat with Stephanie Ceranec

        “Exercise Addiction & Eating Disorders”

Stephanie Ceranec

May 2, 2018 at 6:00 pm EST / 3:00 pm PST
Visit our Twitter Chat Page for Details!

 

May 1: Diversity in Eating Disorders. Details: Join us to hear from our diverse panel of eating disorder survivors who break the mold, as they share with us the challenges they faced, how recovery looked different, and how we can come together to do a better job in reaching these underserved communities. Location: New York, NY. Additional Information: here(Pub)

May 3: Project HEAL’s 10th Anniversary Gala. Details: Project HEAL is celebrating 10 years of serving as the leading non-profit in the United States providing prevention, treatment financing and recovery support for people with eating disorders. Join us as we celebrate our evolution. Location: New York, NY. Time: 7:00-10:00 pm. Additional Information: here(Pub/Pro)

May 3: NAMI Colorado Springs 8th Annual Community Breakfast and Fundraiser: Stepping into the Light – Sponsored by EDCare. Location: Colorado Springs, CO. Time: 7:30-8:30 am. Additional Information: here(Pub/Pro)

May 3: CEU presentation by Hilmar Wagner, MPH, RND, CD: The Compulsive Overeating, Binge Eating Disorder and Obesity Relationship. Details: This workshop will provide a comprehensive overview of the ‘what’ and ‘what to do about it’ regarding compulsive overeating and the new DSM-5 diagnosis, binge eating disorder (BED) and how eating disorders may interface with obesity. Location: Rochester, MN. Time: 12:00-2:00 pm CST. Additional Information: here(Pub/Pro)

May 8: The Emily Program Recovery Night – Toogood. Details: Hear speakers share their personal stories of dedication and perseverance on the road to recovery from eating disorders. Speakers include Emily Program staff, former clients, and community members. Recovery Night is free and open to the public; anyone is invited to attend, including clients, support people, and the community.  Location: St. Paul – Toogood, MN. Time: 6:00 PM. Additional Information: here(Pub)

May 11: iaedp Denver Chapter: Lunch & Learn. Details: “Let’s Stop Whack-a-Mole: The Need for Integrated Treatment for Substance Abuse and Eating Disorders” presented by EDCare’s Executive Clinical Director and Director of Clinical Research, Tamara Pryor, Ph.D., FAED. C.E. Credit Available: 1 Hour. Location: Denver, CO. Additional Information: here. (Pro)

May 11: The Emily Program is Exhibiting at the Ohio Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Conference. Location: Columbus, OH. Details: Registration to the 97th OAND Annual Conference is now open! Our theme this year is Serving Our State. Additional Information: here. (Pub/Pro)

May 12: Greater Houston Area Chapter, 1st Annual Gala: Throw ED a Curve BallDetails: Join us for an evening with great food/drinks, a fantastic silent auction, awesome music, and more, that will help raise life-saving funds for the 30 million Americans suffering from an eating disorder. Location: Cypress Alamo – Cypress, TX. Time 6:30-8:30pm. Additional Information: here. (Pub)

May 19: Project HEAL- North Texas Chapter: 1st Annual Gala. Details: This is an evening not to be missed- featuring delicious appetizers, drinks, and desserts, inspirational and thought-provoking speakers, great music, and a fantastic silent auction. Our main speaker will be Brian Cuban, the younger brother to Dallas Mavericks owner and entrepreneur Mark Cuban, is a lawyer, best-selling author, and recovery advocate. Location: Southlake, TX. Time 6:30-8:30pm. Additional Information: here. (Pub)

May 20: Boston NEDA Walk hosted by MEDA. Location: Newton North High School, Newton, MA. Details: Every year, MEDA partners with the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) to host the Boston NEDA Walk. This empowering, fun, and moving event supports spreading eating disorder awareness. We walk to inspire others. We walk away from stigma to send the message that eating disorders are dangerous illnesses, not lifestyle choices. Additional Information: here(Pub/Pro)

May 22: The Emily Program Recovery Night – Woodbury. Details: Hear speakers share their personal stories of dedication and perseverance on the road to recovery from eating disorders. Speakers include Emily Program staff, former clients, and community members. Recovery Night is free and open to the public; anyone is invited to attend, including clients, support people, and the community.  Location: Woodbury, MN. Time: 6:00 PM. Additional Information: here(Pub)

June, 2018

Bend, OR NEDA WALK

Join us as we support, celebrate, and honor the
lives affected by eating disorders!
NEDA Walk

June 9, 2018

Additional Information: Here! (Pub)

 

June 7: The Emily Program Recovery Night – Cleveland. Details: Hear speakers share their personal stories of dedication and perseverance on the road to recovery from eating disorders. Speakers include Emily Program staff, former clients, and community members. Recovery Night is free and open to the public; anyone is invited to attend, including clients, support people, and the community.  Location: Beachwood, OH. Time: 6:00 PM. Additional Information: here(Pub)

June 9: Project HEAL – Boston Chapter: 3rd Annual Gala ~ Nourish To Flourish. Details: Project HEAL Boston’s 3rd Annual Gala is our flagship event, with people coming together to celebrate recovery from across New England. The gala will feature remarks from our co founders, local advocate champions, a grand silent auction, passed hors d’oeuvres and desserts, and cocktails. Location: Boston, MA. Time 6:00-9:00pm. Additional Information: here. (Pub)

June 22-23: Hungry for Hope: #whatisTRUE. Location: The Factory @ Franklin, TN. Details: Hungry for Hope is a one-of-a-kind ministry SUMMIT for those impacted by eating and body image issues, and those called to serve them. Featuring a unique fusion of clinical teaching, storytelling, worship and the arts. Additional Information: here. (Pub/Pro)

June 26-27: 20th Annual Congress on Eating Disorders. Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands. Details: We invite you to join us at, Eating Disorder 2018 where you will be sure to have knowledge with scholars from around the world for a good health. World-renowned speakers, the most recent methods, progresses, and the newest updates in Eating Disorders, Obesity and Nutrition conferences are hallmarks of this conference. (Pro)

July, 2018

2018 Eating Disorders in Sport Conference

McCallum Sports Conference

July 20-21, 2018 in Berkeley, CA

 

July 10: The Emily Program Recovery Night – Como. Details: Hear speakers share their personal stories of dedication and perseverance on the road to recovery from eating disorders. Speakers include Emily Program staff, former clients, and community members. Recovery Night is free and open to the public; anyone is invited to attend, including clients, support people, and the community.  Location: St. Paul – Como, MN. Time: 6:30 PM. Additional Information: here(Pub)

July 10: The Emily Program Recovery Night – Toogood. Details: Hear speakers share their personal stories of dedication and perseverance on the road to recovery from eating disorders. Speakers include Emily Program staff, former clients, and community members. Recovery Night is free and open to the public; anyone is invited to attend, including clients, support people, and the community.  Location: St. Paul – Toogood, MN. Time: 6:00 PM. Additional Information: here(Pub)

July 11: Eating Disorders in the 21st Century – Mental Health Series. Details: This presentation will cover the types of eating disorders, signs and symptoms of each and related issues that are associated with these disorders. Family members may also need support when someone in the family is struggling with an eating disorder. Also learn about treatment options and resources in the community. Location: Doylestown, PA. Additional Information: here. (Pub/Pro)

July 18: The Emily Program Recovery Night – Seattle. Details: Hear speakers share their personal stories of dedication and perseverance on the road to recovery from eating disorders. Speakers include Emily Program staff, former clients, and community members. Recovery Night is free and open to the public; anyone is invited to attend, including clients, support people, and the community.  Location: Seattle, WA. Time: 6:00 PM. Additional Information: here. (Pub)

July 19: iaedp™ Institute CE Webinar – “But I Really Was Overweight”. Details: iaedp™ Institute CE Webinar – “But I Really Was Overweight: Understanding Treatment Implications for Eating Disorder Patients with a Premorbid Overweight History” by Sonia Schwalen, PhD. Time: 12:00 PM Additional Information: here. (Pub/Pro)

July 20: iaedp™ Institute CE Webinar – “The Influence of Persuasion and Coercion in the Treatment of ED”. Description: iaedp™ Institute CE Webinar – “The Influence of Persuasion and Coercion in the Treatment of Eating Disorders” by Wayne Bowers, PhD and Taylor Ford, MSW. Time: 12:00 PM. Additional Information: here. (Pub/Pro)

July 20-21: 2018 Eating Disorders in Sport Conference. Details: McCallum Place is excited to announce the annual Eating Disorders in Sport Conference in Berkeley, CA. Additional registration information will be announced soon. Location: Berkely, CA. (Pub/Pro)

August, 2018

August 16: iaedp™ Institute CE Webinar – “Teaming Up with ACT”. Details: iaedp™ Institute CE Webinar – “Teaming Up with ACT: Collaborating with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy” by Bonnie Brennan, LPC, CEDS and Roxanne Hartman, RD. Time: 12:00 PM. Additional Information: here(Pub/Pro)

August 17: iaedp™ Institute CE Webinar – “Practical Pearls of Refeeding”. Details: iaedp™ Institute CE Webinar – “Practical Pearls of Refeeding: Relevant Teachings to Guide the Nutritional Rehabilitation of Anorexia Nervosa and ARFID for Dietitians/Nurses/Physicians/Therapists” by Nathalia Trees, RD and Lauren Beaty, RD. Time: 12:00 PM. Additional Information: here(Pub/Pro)

September, 2018

September 6: The Emily Program Recovery Night – Cleveland. Details: Hear speakers share their personal stories of dedication and perseverance on the road to recovery from eating disorders. Speakers include Emily Program staff, former clients, and community members. Recovery Night is free and open to the public; anyone is invited to attend, including clients, support people, and the community.  Location: Beachwood, OH. Time: 6:00 PM. Additional Information: here(Pub)

September 11: The Emily Program Recovery Night – Toogood. Details: Hear speakers share their personal stories of dedication and perseverance on the road to recovery from eating disorders. Speakers include Emily Program staff, former clients, and community members. Recovery Night is free and open to the public; anyone is invited to attend, including clients, support people, and the community.  Location: St. Paul – Toogood, MN. Time: 6:00 PM. Additional Information: here(Pub)

September 19: iaedp™ San Diego – “Neurobiology of Food Addiction”. Details: iaedp™ San Diego – “Neurobiology of Food Addiction” by Marci Evans, MS, CEDRD-S. Time: 8:30 AM. Additional Information: here(Pub/Pro)

September 20: iaedp™ Institute CE Webinar-“Sit, Stay, Heal:Retraining the Brain & Body of the Compulsive Exercise”. Details: iaedp™ Institute CE Webinar – “Sit, Stay, Heal: Retraining the Brain and Body of the Compulsive Exerciser” by Maria Sorbara Mora, MS, RDN, CDN, PRYT, RYT, CEDS. Time: 12:00 PM. Additional Information: here. (Pub/Pro)

September 21: iaedp™ Institute CE Webinar – “Peer Support Online: Connection or Distraction?”. Details: iaedp™ Institute CE Webinar – “Peer Support Online: Connection or Distraction?” by Laura Collins Lyster-Mensh, MS and Tabitha Farrar. Time: 12:00 PM. Additional Information: here(Pub/Pro)

October, 2018

  26th International Conference:

Eating Disorders Alpbach 2018

October 18-20, 2018

Additional Information!

 

October 5-6: 10th Annual Eating Recovery Foundation Conference. Description: Join national eating disorder and mood and anxiety treatment experts for a professional teaching day providing an invaluable opportunity to learn from and connect with leaders that develop standards of excellence. Location: The Westin – Denver, CO. Additional Information: here(Pro)

October 9: The Emily Program Recovery Night – Como. Details: Hear speakers share their personal stories of dedication and perseverance on the road to recovery from eating disorders. Speakers include Emily Program staff, former clients, and community members. Recovery Night is free and open to the public; anyone is invited to attend, including clients, support people, and the community.  Location: St. Paul – Como, MN. Time: 6:30 PM. Additional Information: here(Pub)

October 17: The Emily Program Recovery Night – Seattle. Details: Hear speakers share their personal stories of dedication and perseverance on the road to recovery from eating disorders. Speakers include Emily Program staff, former clients, and community members. Recovery Night is free and open to the public; anyone is invited to attend, including clients, support people, and the community.  Location: Seattle, WA. Time: 6:00 PM. Additional Information: here(Pub)

October 18: iaedp™ Institute CE Webinar – “Attachment Theory: The Slippery Slope of Dating”. Details: iaedp™ Institute CE Webinar – “Attachment Theory: The Slippery Slope of Dating” by Bryce Bronstein, LCSW, BCD.  Time: 12:00 PM. Additional Information:here. (Pub/Pro)

October 18-20: Eating Disorders Alpbach 2018. Details: This conference is aimed at presenting the present status of research, treatment, and prevention into eating disorders and obesity and to promote scientific and clinical contacts. Location: Alpbach, Tyrol, Austria. Additional Information: here(Pro)

October 19: iaedp™ Institute CE Webinar – “Partnering with a Yoga Teacher”. Details: iaedp™ Institute CE Webinar – “Partnering with a Yoga Teacher to Create a Successful Integrated Treatment Program” by Beverly Price, RD, MA, E-RYT 200, C-IAYT, CEDRD-S. Time: 12:00 PM. Additional Information:here(Pub/Pro)

November, 2018

November 9-11: First International Conference on Diabetes and Eating Disorders. Location: New Orleans, LA. Details: We are bringing together the world’s foremost experts in the field to provide education and inspiration in a dual track event – one for professionals and one for patients. RSVP: here(Pub/Pro)

November 13: The Emily Program Recovery Night – Toogood. Details: Hear speakers share their personal stories of dedication and perseverance on the road to recovery from eating disorders. Speakers include Emily Program staff, former clients, and community members. Recovery Night is free and open to the public; anyone is invited to attend, including clients, support people, and the community.  Location: St. Paul – Toogood, MN. Time: 6:00 PM. Additional Information: here(Pub)

November 15: iaedp™ Institute CE Webinar – “Remapping Family Pathways” Details: iaedp™ Institute CE Webinar – “Remapping Family Pathways: Running an Effective Multi-Family Group in the Treatment of Eating Disorders” by Abby Krom, LMFT and Kerry Gough, LMHC, APPC. Time: 12:00 PM. Additional Information:here. (Pub/Pro)

November 16: iaedp™ Institute CE Webinar – “Connecting the Brain and Body”. Details: iaedp™ Institute CE Webinar – “Connecting the Brain and Body: When Mindfulness Does (and Doesn’t) Matter” by Natalie Asayag, MSW, LSW. Time: 12:00PM. Additional Information:here(Pub/Pro)

December, 2018

December 6: The Emily Program Recovery Night – Cleveland. Details: Hear speakers share their personal stories of dedication and perseverance on the road to recovery from eating disorders. Speakers include Emily Program staff, former clients, and community members. Recovery Night is free and open to the public; anyone is invited to attend, including clients, support people, and the community.  Location: Beachwood, OH. Time: 6:00 PM. Additional Information: here(Pub)

 

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