Please note: For the sake of simplicity, only the starting dates for groups are indicated in this calendar. Please click on start date for more complete details.
(Update: Online) In-Person Support for Parents & Caregivers
April 16 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm| $50.00 – $70.00
DUE TO COVID-19 PHYSICAL DISTANCING REQUIREMENTS,
THIS GROUP HAS NOW TRANSITIONED TO AN ONLINE GROUP.
This group is suitable for parents, partners, friends, siblings, loved ones, and supporters of an individual with an eating disorder/disordered eating.
For groups for people with eating disorders,
please refer to our full programming calendar.
EDSNA support groups are always:
- Professionally-facilitated by people with extensive backgrounds in eating disorders.
- Intended to support to those wishing to support someone through their path to recovery in a safe, nonjudgmental environment
- Focused on fostering a sense of empowerment and hope
- Focused on promoting self-discovery in a safe space
- Limited to a small number of participants allow everyone to participate fully.
Questions about this group? Email info@EDSNA.ca for more information
Support Group Details
Dates for this support group are every third Thursday of the month, including the following dates:
- January 16
- February 20
- March 19
- April 16
- May 21
Time: 7:00 pm – 8:30pm MST (19:00 – 20:30 MST)
Cost for all sessions: $50 per person, $70 for two people *
*EDSNA strives to ensure that financial considerations are not barriers to ones ability to seek support for themselves or a loved one. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if pricing of this group is a concern, as we may be able to reduce or waive your fees.
Location: PLEASE NOTE: Due to COVID-19 physical distancing restrictions, this group is now an ONLINE group. Please ignore the location information below, and use the login instructions for “Join.Me” that will be included in your confirmation email.
Allard Hall – MacEwan University
11110 – 104 Ave NW
Edmonton, AB, T5K 1M9
About Your Facilitator
Renata Logan, R.Psych
Renata Logan is a registered psychologist with a special interest in interpersonal issues, chronic disease management, grief, personal growth and eating disorders. Basing her work in a holistic frame, Renata believes that the source for all healing and lasting, positive change is rooted in the mind-body-spirit triad, as well as the family-community connection. While her formal training has been in family systems with components of cognitive-based therapies, her work is expanding to include more body-centered therapies, including Emotion-Focused Therapy, Hakomi, Integrative Body Psychotherapy and Yoga Therapy. Renata particularly enjoys working with parents, helping to remind them of what unique wisdom they hold. Outside the therapy room, Renata enjoys outdoor adventures, cultural/artistic events, and treasured time with her loved ones.