EDANZ received positive acknowledgement for our submission to the Government Mental Health Inquiry, and we were thrilled to have the opportunity for two of our volunteers to meet the Inquiry’s chair Professor Ron Patterson and panel member Dr Barbara Disley just as the Inquiry finished. The meeting gave us the opportunity to talk more about our submission and highlight the key issues we feel need addressing to help those suffering from eating disorders.
Thank you to the many people who provided input and advice to allow EDANZ to put together a full and clear picture of the challenges and issues facing individuals and their families. We are expecting the Inquiry panel to provide their report and recommendations in the near future and will advise you of any updates we receive.
Diary it now! Eating Disorder researchers and treatment experts Laura Hill and Stephanie Knatz Peck are coming to New Zealand from the United States for a one-day workshop to introduce their novel treatment approach to Anorexia Nervosa which is continuing to achieve promising results. You can read a summary of initial research into the treatment here: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29722047
Who this is for: Clinicians and parents, partners, significant others.
Where: Auckland venue to be confirmed.
When: Monday 11 Feb 9am – 3pm
Jennifer Thomas and Kendra Becker from Harvard University and Massachusetts General Hospital are holding a workshop in Hamilton in October to educate clinicians on ARFID and its treatment. The ANZAED website has more details and how to register: https://www.xcdsystem.com/ANZAED/website//ARFIDWorkshops
In November there will be a workshop about Neuroscience of Bulimia Nervosa and Binge Eating Disorder: Implications for Treatment Strategies. It is being held in Auckland on Thursday 15 November 2018, 9am – 4.30pm. Find out more here
American eating disorders specialist Lauren Muhlheim has released a new book “When your teen has an eating disorder.” We recommend this book to carers and clinicians alike.
You can find more useful resources including websites, books, videos on our resources page which can be accessed from our home page.
New documentary on eating disorders
Disorder – a 12-minute documentary highlighting some New Zealanders’ experience with eating disorders has recently been released. The documentary, funded partly by New Zealand on Air, shows both the struggles and successes of battling an eating disorder. Read the Radio New Zealand article about it.
EDANZ AGM will be held on Sunday 30 September at 4pm. All welcome!
Venue: Suite 12,208 Ponsonby Road, Auckland (Entrance and parking, at back of building down the lane between White Cross & Atomic Café)
Parents, spouses and anyone who cares for someone with an eating disorder will benefit from this unique and highly informative online summit launching October 13th. Including 10 webinars delivered by leading experts and experienced caregivers along with a free e-book, the Helping Hands Summit will provide you with real-life strategies, accurate information, tools and hope. Full programme and registration ($99) at HelpingHandsSummit.com.
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