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Who is the Training For?


Treatment Training is offered to practitioners working in publically-funded institutions within Ontario, who have background in counseling/therapy.

Prevention Training is offered to educators, public health staff, or other stakeholders who work with youth.


What Services are Offered?


  1. Training in specialized assessment, management, treatment and prevention of eating disorders (with educational material - see list below).
  2. On-site visits to Ontario communities to promote professional linkages.
  3. Distribution of training resources.
  4. Ongoing professional support to the network of practitioners.

Educational material (available only with training)


Treatment


Turning Points: A Psychoeducation program for overcoming an eating disorder (Davis & Phillips, 1994) - contact Pat Valenti for information pat.valenti@uhn.ca

Turning Points 2: A health promotion program for young woman regarding  healthy eating, body image, interpersonal relationships and mood regulation.  (Davis, 2005)

Link to Website

Why Weight: Psycho-education program for teens with eating disorders and their families (Fraleigh, Schmelefske, Henderson, & Pinhas, 1998)
Order Form (PDF)

Making changes: A manual for group-based, cognitive-behaviour therapy for eating disorders (Laliberte, 2004) 

Body Image: A manual for group-based, cognitive behavior therapy for body image (Laliberte, 2018)

Link to Website

Body Image therapy manual for adolescents with eating disorders (Bryden & Jasper, 2001)

Order Form (PDF)


Prevention


The Student Body: Promoting Health at Any Size (McVey, Gusella, Tweed, & Ferrari, 2006)
Link to Website

Every Body Is A Somebody: Facilitator's guide to promote healthy eating, active living, positive self-esteem and body image (Seaver, McVey, Fullerton, & Straton, 1997)