Supporting Recovery from an Eating Disorder
Families and other support persons play a critical role in lasting recovery from eating and feeding disorders. Unfortunately, without accurate information on how to support their loved ones, they often find themselves walking on eggshells or expressing anger and impatience with the eating disorder’s impact on their child and the family. Join us and learn how to become agents of change in the recovery of your loved one.
When | Saturday, March 14, 2019
Time | 9:00am - 12:00pm
Cost | $300 for the first attendee
$150 for each additional family member
please call 503-653-0631 to register
*financial assistance available
IN THIS WORKSHOP YOU WILL LEARN:
How to hold the boundaries that matter and let go of the ones that don't.
What expressed emotion is and why it is important to avoid it.
How to separate your loved one from the eating disorder and why this is so important.
Why your previously honest loved one has become so secretive and deceptive.
How anxiety and other co-occurring conditions impact the development and maintenance of eating disorders.
...plus much more...
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
Zanita B. Zody, PhD has been working in the field of disordered eating treatment and prevention for over 20 years. Currently she provides outpatient care at Sundstrom Clinical Services and is adjunct faculty in Lewis & Clark's eating disorder track. Prior to that, she ran three of Monte Nido's four eating disorder treatment facilities in Oregon. This included Clementine, a residential treatment facility for adolescent girls, which she opened for Monte Nido in 2016.
Zanita has substantial experience running workshops and training events for both large and small groups on topics such as disordered eating, eating disorders and body image and is regularly asked to train professionals on the treatment of eating disorders.