EDSNA Events and Collaborations – 2018
Evening of Hope
Dr. Angela Grace is seeking artists excited to share their story of eating disorder hope and inspiration. Through a 3-5 minute performance using their medium of choice (music, dance, drama, poetry, or spoken word), participants will celebrate healing and raise awareness of eating disorders and body image issues. Visual and tactile art is graciously welcomed as well – anything that shares a sense of hope and optimism.
- Date of Performance: Saturday, February 2, 2019
- Performance Time: 7pm – 10pm
- Location: CALGARY
Please submit audition videos or proposals before January 10, 2019. Alternately, you can arrange to meet with Angela in person.
There are also opportunities for those who wish to volunteer, but not to perform or submit visual art – please refer to the “Details” page. Offers of sponsorship are appreciated.
Emotion Regulation Skills for Adolescents with Eating Disorders
Calgary Silver Linings Foundation offers an emotion regulation skills group for adolescents with eating disorders. This 10-week skills group for adolescents (14 to 17 years of age) will focus on learning and building healthy emotion regulation skills.
To promote generalization of emotion regulation strategies at home, caregivers will attend Session #3, #6, and #9 with their adolescent.
This group does not differentiate between the different types of eating disorders because it is Calgary Silver Linings Foundation’s goal to focus on the underlying emotional issues that are common to all eating disorders.
Eligibility for the group:
To participate in the group, adolescents must be actively involved with a treatment team for their eating disorder and be medically stable. Adolescents must also not be suicidal. Both caregiver and adolescent must consent to participating in the group.
Group begins January 29, 2019
Workshop: Robin Shapiro Training – Easy Ego State Intervention (Calgary)
Join Lionheart Foundation as Robin Shapiro provides training on “Introduction to Ego States: Functional Roles and Developmental States, Trauma/Broken-Attachment Based States, Dissociative States, and the States that Live in Clients and in You.”
Participants will learn about using Ego State Therapy for attachment issues, relationships, sexual issues, performance enhancement, trauma recovery, and working with dissociative states. Training also includes interventions for calming immune systems, transforming shame, increasing resourcing, and healing personality disorders.
**Participants with or without knowledge of EMDR are encouraged to attend.
12 EMDRIA credits for those who have completed an EMDRIA-approved Basic EMDR training
Dates: April 24-26, 2019