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No one should face an Eating Disorder alone.

The Eating Disorder Support Network of Alberta is here to help.
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Providing facilitated support groups to individuals and family members dealing with eating disorders is a key objective for EDSNA.


Eating disorders are serious mental health conditions that can have life threatening consequences. We have information on treatment options in Alberta to assist you find the help you need.


We have compiled resources for parents/loved ones, healthcare professionals, educators and fitness professionals. We also have links to books, videos and trusted websites.

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Do your self-care activities ever get bumped to the bottom of your schedule when you have more "important" things to do? Here are some insights into how to stop swimming in the shallow end of self-care: https://t.co/MY9fDkZfoi #SelfCareSunday

Join Vancouver author Janet Ford on her intimate journey through her eating disorder in her new book, 100 Days of Bulimia. Not only did Janet share her story, she did the illustrations as well after having shared some on Instagram. Check it out on @CBCNews https://t.co/EnjyaXGn27

Effect of Yoga in the Treatment of Eating Disorders: A Single-blinded Randomized Controlled Trial with 6-Months Follow-up https://t.co/DeeKYV20Jg #openaccess

HEY RED DEER! There's a support group for people with eating disorders (18+), starting on June 27th, 5:30-6:30 PM at the Red Deer Mental Health clinic (4733 49th street). Offered through AHS. No fee. For more details call: 403-340-7034 Facilitator is Sara Kreklewich, who has run many groups for EDSNA and is, in a word, awesome. ... See MoreSee Less

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Drop In Support for people with eating disorders starts up again on MONDAY, June 18 at #300, 10010-105 Street, EDMONTON. 6:30-8:30 PM. Buzz CMHA to enter and come up to the third floor. $10 fee. We would love to see you!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Cultural expectations about manhood are fueling a silent epidemic of eating disorders and body image disturbance in men across the country. Can you recognize the warning signs?

Eating Disorders Are Slowly Killing Men, and No One Is Talking About It
"It really hit home that if I didn't change something soon, this could kill me."
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