Events

Eating Disorders

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10/20/17 St. Paul’s Hospital - 1081 Burrard Street, Vancouver, BC. in Level 1 Providence Wing, Conference Centre

St.Paul's Hospital Eating Disorders Family & Friends Education Days

The St.Paul's Hospital Eating Disorders Program offers an education day (three times each year) specifically designed for families and friends supporting their adult loved ones with eating disorders.  Coordinated by our program’s Social Worker – Family Therapist and Occupational Therapist, this day provides the essential information needed in effectively supporting someone through their process of recovery
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10/20/17 Webinar

A Square Peg in a Round Hole: Comparing Binge Eating on the Autism Spectrum with Diagnostic Criteria

Previous studies have noted high rates of Eating Disorders (ED) among children with Autism, including various binging behaviors. Emerging research indicates that this disordered eating carries over into adulthood.

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10/23/17 Vancouver, BC

Advanced Training in Emotion-Focused Family Therapy

WHAT:  Advanced Training in Emotion-Focused Family Therapy, facilitated by Dr. Adèle Lafrance C.Psych and assisted by Natasha Files, MSW, RSW, Dr. Ashley Miller, MDCM,FRCPC, and Alison Bell, MA, RCC

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11/08/17 Online webinar

Provincial Adult Tertiary & Specialized Eating Disorders Program 2017-2018 EDUCATION SERIES

WHAT:  The Provincial Adult Tertiary & Specialized Eating Disorders Program 2017-2018 EDUCATION SERIES

WHEN:  All presentations are scheduled for 8:00-9:00am PST

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11/08/17 950 West 41st Ave., Vancouver, BC

"Action-Packed CBT: More Walk, Less Talk." A cognitive training workshop for Mental Health Professionals

WHAT:  "Action-Packed CBT: More Walk, Less Talk."  A new “Show Me” cognitive training workshop for Mental Health ProfessionalsAction-Packed CBT describes a therapeutic approach tha‍‍‍‍‍‍t combines talk with active learning experiences embedded into each session. It is designed to make therapy more effective and to promote faster client change.

WHEN: November 8th and 9th, 2017

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11/15/17 Online Webinar

Defining Recovery: A Story of Hope

WHAT:  Defining Recovery: A Story of Hope

Everyone has a story. In this webinar, Hannah Beaver will be joined by Gracie Mandel, Renfrew alumna, as she shares her own personal story. She will talk about where her journey has led her but, more importantly, where her journey is taking her now. We will use this opportunity to think together about how we move ahead in health and happiness, building a magnificent life and a great story in our recovery. We encourage you to take time and open yourself to this very special webinar as we celebrate recovery!

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11/15/17 Webinar

Type 1 Diabetes and Eating Disorders: Identifying Risk Factors and Effective Treatment Strategies

"Type 1 Diabetes and Eating Disorders: Identifying Risk Factors and Effective Treatment Strategies"Presented by Narissa Marasso RN, BSN –PHP Nurse at Castlewood St. Louis & Asha Brown Founder & Executive Director of Wear Are Diabetes

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11/25/17 TBA!

Looking Glass Foundation's Recovery Networking Event

Recovery Networking Event

Mark your calendars for Saturday, November 25th. Designed for Looking Glass volunteers, program participants, and other friends in the ED world, this all-day networking event will be an honest and upbeat celebration of the ED recovery journey you won’t want to miss!

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11/30/17 Heritage Hall, 3102 Main St, Vancouver, BC.

BC Eating Disorders Community of Practice (CoP) 8th Annual Networking & Education Days!

 

WHAT:  BC Eating Disorders Community of Practice (CoP) 8th Annual Networking & Education Days!  This is your opportunity to learn, exchange knowledge, make connections, and share experiences about eating disorders practice in BC!  

WHEN:  Thursday, November 30th & Friday, December 1st, 2017 from 8:45am - 4:45pm

WHERE:  Heritage Hall, 3102 Main St, Vancouver, BC.  

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12/06/17 Online webinar

Smoothing Out the Bumps: Transitioning Clients from Higher Levels of Care

WHAT:  Smoothing Out the Bumps: Transitioning Clients from Higher Levels of Care

As clients readjust to everyday life in early recovery, the transition back into outpatient care following inpatient, residential, PHP, or IOP can be difficult for even the most experienced clinicians to navigate.

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