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					E ATING

D ISORDERS A WARENESS C OALITION
of Waterloo Region

Eating Disorders / Body Image Directory
Resources and Services for the Prevention and Treatment of Eating Disorders December 2009
“It is not the mountain that gets moved that makes the difference, it is the little steps taken one at a time.”
- Claudia Black-

The Eating Disorders Awareness Coalition was initiated in September 1995 in response to the pressing community need for prevention, treatment, education and support for people with eating disorders and those at risk of developing them. The Coalition includes health professionals and community members concerned with these issues. Resources and services included in the Directory are those known to the Coalition to be accessible to individuals in the Waterloo Region and in neighbouring communities. The resources and services are surveyed by Coalition members and reflect a variety of approaches. Medical consultation in conjunction with therapy, counselling, or education is advisable.

Contents
The Purpose of the Eating Disorders Awareness Coalition and this Directory............................................................................................. 1 Questions to ask when seeking therapy or counselling ........................................................................ 2 Counsellors and Therapists................................................................. 3 Counselling/Treatment Programs……..………………………………..4 Self-Help/Support Groups .................................................................. 5 In Patient Treatment – Surrounding Areas………………………….….5 Nutritional Counselling………………………………………………...6 World Wide Web Links………………………………………………..6 Action Groups/Educational Resources….………...…………….……...7 Other Eating Disorder/Body Image Coalitions……………………..…..7 Lecturers and Public Speakers….………………………..……………..8 Appendix 1 – Signs of an Eating Disorder…………………………......9 Appendix 2 – The Dangers of Eating Disorders………………..….…...9 Your Thoughts………………………………………………….…… 10

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This Directory is a reference list only and is not meant as an endorsement of any particular resource or service. If you would like additional copies of this list, or are interested in joining the Eating Disorders Awareness Coalition or know of any additional services or changes in information, please contact us at 519-745-4875 OR email your comments to EDAC by clicking this link: mail to: edac@golden.net

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TIPS FOR SEEKING AND CHOOSING SUPPORT
There are several types of support available, including: individual counselling, psycho educational groups, professional support groups, self-help groups, residential treatment programs, and others. It often takes some exploration, information gathering, and trial and error before a person finds the type of support he or she needs. If you decide to seek professional support, remember that you are purchasing a service, and therefore you can look around and ask questions when trying to decide what is right for you. It is important for you to know that individuals performing counselling services in our community have a wide variety of training and experience. There are no laws governing who can call himself/herself a ―counselor‖ or ―therapist‖. You have a right to know what a counselor’s training and experience are. You may want to prepare a list of questions to ask professionals. We have provided some ideas for basic questions, which you may want to ask either over the phone or during your first interview appointment.

Some titles used after names are as follows: RD – Registered Dietitian MSW – Masters of Social Work RSW – Registered Social Worker RN – Registered Nurse MD – Medical Doctor MHSc – Masters of Health Science RMFT – Registered Marriage & Family Therapist PhD - Psychologist (519) Type of Approach What type of approach do you use? (for example: educational, behavioral, feminist, nutritional, drug treatment, 12 step) Will you explain your approach to me? What are your views about confidentiality? (family, professional support) If we work together, how soon might I see any changes? What kinds of changes? What can I hope to achieve?
(519)

Basic Questions
(519)

Follow-up What arrangements will be available to me after I complete your treatment program? (for example: follow-up by phone, ongoing support groups, and individual sessions as necessary).

Fees How much do you charge per session? How long are your sessions? Do you have a sliding fee scale? (Fees geared to income) Locations Where are you located? Are you on any bus routes? Availability What days and hours are you available? Do you have a waiting list? How long can I expect to work with you? How often? Training & Experience What education, training and experience do you have with regard to helping people with eating disorders (for example, degree in counselling, education, medicine, psychiatry, psychology, nursing, nutrition, social work)? Also, what professional college or accredited body do you belong to (e.g. Ontario College of Social Workers, College of Dietitians)? These oversee ethics and complaints, etc.

If Things Do Not Feel Good
If your work with the professional does not feel supportive, empowering, safe, and helpful, tell the professional which of your needs are not being met. If the professional is unwilling or unable to meet your needs, you might need to find another one. Trust your instincts. If something does not feel right to you, check out your feelings with someone you trust. It is important not to stay with a professional who is not helping you or is doing you harm. Some examples of unacceptable counselling behaviours include: • spending too much of your session time on the professional’s feelings, personal life, problems, etc. • giving confusing, inconsistent information. • lack of empathy. • avoiding or refusing to answer questions re: credentials, accountability, etc. • communicating in ways that make you feel degraded, intimidated or pressured. • making inappropriate erotic comments, or facial expressions. • engaging in any sexual contact in or out of the office, with or without your consent. (includes uninvited, inappropriate touching, kissing, etc.)

(519)

(519)

(519)

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Counsellors and Therapists
Name/Profession Education
BARRIE, Shawna MTS-PC, OACCPP BOWERS-WALSH, Hilary, Nurse Therapist, R.N., MHSc. BUTLER, Dr. Linda Psychologist, PhD. CASTEELS, Dr. Theresa Psychologist, Ph.D. DURFY, Samantha, M.S.W., R.S.W.

Affiliation
Private Practice

Address
Anu Counselling and Integrative Health, 12 John St. West, Waterloo, ON, N2V 2R6 c/o Psychotherapy Associates 751 King St. W., Suite 310 Kitchener, ON N2G 1E4 c/o Psychotherapy Associates 751 King St. W., Suite 310 Kitchener, ON. N2G 1E4 445 Beechwood Pl., Suite. 203 Waterloo, ON N2T 1Z2 150 Delhi Street, Guelph, ON N1E 6K9

Phone
(519)744-5952
www.anucounselling. com

Type of Service
Individual, couple and family therapy, women’s issues Individual, family and couple counselling for adults. Individual family and couple counselling for adolescents and adults Individual therapy for eating disorders, anxiety, depression, sexual abuse, self-esteem and relationship issues for ages 16 and up. Individual, family, couple and group counselling. Specializing in eating disorders, body image, self-harm, self-esteem, depression, anxiety, teens and young adults. Workshops and Private counselling for healing of eating disorders Individual, couple and family therapy, specializing in Eating Disorders, Addictions, Mental Health issues as well as Trauma issues. Individual therapy for adults only. Individual, couple and family therapy for issues including eating disorders, communication, stress/relational issues, grief, depression, family dynamics, self esteem, sexual abuse, sexual dysfunction. Ages 10 + Eating Disorders/Body Image and Weight/Sexuality/Relationship & Family Issues Adult General Psychiatry Individual, family, and couple counselling for adolescents and adults. Relational, family and individual therapy dealing with issues such as self-esteem, eating disorders, anxiety, sexual abuse. Children, Teen, Individual and Family Counselling for eating disorders, self-esteem, sexual abuse, loss and grief recovery, depression, anxiety, parenting concerns.

Referral Process
SelfReferral SelfReferral or other Self Referral or other SelfReferral SelfReferral

Fee
May change without notice

Part-time Private Practice Private Practice Full-time Private Practice

(519) 744-2273

EAP billings possible Fee for service basis Sliding fee scale $130/hr $135/hr. covered under most insurance plans. Fee for service

(519) 744-2273 (519) 885-3554

Private Practice

(519) 993-9452

FODOR, Viola. B.Ed, M.Ed. GRAHAM, Sue. MSW, RSW GRIFFIN, Dr. Helen Psychologist, PhD. MAXWELL, Sherry, MTS, OACCPP MCMILLAN, Colleen, M.S.W., R.S.W. MULDER, Dr. Eric Psychiatrist MD NOTAR, Margaret M.A., M.S.W., R.S.W. PEATS, Monique MTS-PC, MSW SANTILLI, Sabina, BSW, RSW, MA

The Wellness Centre Inc. Private Practice

P.O. Box 335, Port Rowan, On. N0E 1M0 Wellington Building, 147 Wyndham Street N, Suite 403, Guelph, Ontario, N1H 4E9 246 Shakespeare Dr. Waterloo, On N2L 2T6 52 George Street North, Cambridge, ON, N1S 2N2 Colleen McMillan & Associates Kitchener Suite 205 - 49 Emma St. Guelph, ON N1E 6X1 751 King St. W, Suite 310 Kitchener, ON N2G 1E4 55 Erb St. E., Suite 309 Waterloo, ON N2J 4K8

(519_442-0556
www.violafodor.com

SelfReferral or other SelfReferral SelfReferral or MD SelfReferral SelfReferral MD Referral SelfReferral or Other SelfReferral SelfReferral

Variable prices and programs $70/session Sliding fee scale Fee for service Fee for service Sliding Scale available Fee for Service

(519) 830-7767 suegraham@rogers.c om (519) 888-7834 (519) 621-8858 www.sherrymaxwell. com (519) 579-0100 x202

Part-time Private Practice Private Practice

Private Practice

Private Practice Part-time Private Practice

(519) 836-5992 (519) 744-2273

OHIP coverage Hourly Fee

Private Practice

(519) 746-0490

Fee for Service or EAP coverage $80/hour

Private Practice

205-742 King St. West, Kitchener, ON, N2G 1E7

(519) 826-9352

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Name/Profession Education

Affiliation

Address

Phone

Type of Service
Utilizes expressive therapy such as art and play therapy.

Referral Process

Fee
May change without notice

Counselling/Treatment Programs
Organization Trellis Eating Disorders Program
Catholic Family Counselling Centre Conestoga College Student Services Counselling Office Cambridge Interfaith Family Counselling Centre Interfaith Community Counselling Centre Shalom Counselling Service University of Guelph Counselling Services Student Health Services University of Guelph Contact: Lynda Davenport

Address
130 Weber St. W., Suite 202 Kitchener, ON, N2H 4A2 (May also be able to meet in Cambridge.) 400 Queen Street S. Kitchener, ON N2G 1W7 c/o Student Services 299 Doon Valley Dr. Kitchener, ON N2G 4M4 www.conestogac.on.ca 35 Dickson Street Cambridge, ON N1R 7A6 23B Church St. New Hamburg, ON N0B 2G0 9 Avondale Ave South Waterloo, ON N2L 2B5 Counselling Services Guelph, ON N1G 2W1 www.uoguelph.ca/~csrc University of Guelph J.T. Powell Building Guelph, Ontario, N1G 2W1 www.uoguelph.ca/~sthealth/ Needles Hall Rm. 2080 200 University Ave. W. Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1 75 University Ave. Waterloo, ON N2L 3C5 www.wlu.ca/~wwcouns

Phone
(519) 821-3582 or 1-800-471-1732

Type of Service
Assessment & consultation to identify appropriate type of treatment required, counselling services provided including group therapy and some individual & family therapy, referral to inpatient services provided when needed. All ages accepted. Individual, family and couple counselling.

Referral Process
Self-Referral

Fee
OHIP covered

(519) 622-1670

Self-Referral

Sliding fee scale based on income Free (limited to Conestoga College Full-time students) Sliding fee scale based on income Sliding fee scale Sliding fee scale based on income Free to University of Guelph students $25.00 for missed appt. None

(519) 748-5220 ext. 3360 (519) 622-1670 or 1-800-711-4429 (519) 662-3092 (519) 886-9690 Counselling Services (519) 824-4120 ext. 53244 (519) 824-4120 ext. 54333 Counselling Services (519) 888-4567 ext. 2655 Health Services (519) 888-4096 ext. 3544 Counselling Services (519) 884-0710 ext. 2338 Health Services (519) 884-0710 ext. 3146 (519) 664-3794 (519) 664-2182 (fax)

Short-term counselling and referral.

Self-Referral

Individual, family and couple counselling. Individual, marital, family and group counselling for all ages. Individual, marital and family counselling. Counselling group for University of Guelph students only.

Self-Referral Self-Referral Self-Referral Anyone can refer Self-Referral

University of Guelph students and their families only.

Physicians Registered Dietician

University of Waterloo

Individual and group therapy by masters level counsellors or psychologists.

Self-Referral

Services are free and are for University of Waterloo students only.

Wilfrid Laurier University

Individual and group therapy for students by counsellors.

Self-Referral

Free to Wilfrid Laurier University students

Woolwich Community Health Centre (Registered Dietician – Nutritionist) Marilyn Temple, Robin Hicken and Jan Inguanez Woolwich Counselling Centre

10 Parkside Dr. P.O. Box 370 St. Jacobs, ON N0B 2N0 65 Memorial Ave. Elmira, ON N3B 2R9

Information and individual counselling on healthy eating.

MD, RN or Self-Referral. Limited to Woolwich and Eastern Wellesley Townships residents Self-Referral

No Cost

(519) 669-8651

Family, individual and couple counselling for all ages.

Sliding Fee Scale based on income

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In-Patient Treatment Programs – Surrounding Areas
Organization
Hospital for Sick Children, Eating Disorder Program The Toronto General Hospital Program for Eating Disorders Credit Valley Hospital Program for Eating Disorders Homewood Health Centre April Gates, Program Coordinator

Contact Person
Heather Graham (Intake) Jane Good (Intake)

Address
555 University Ave. Toronto, ON. M5G 1X8 200 Elizabeth St. 8EN – 231, Toronto, ON M5G 2C4 Mississauga

Phone
(416) 813-7195 Stacey Cooper (416) 340-4156 (905)813-4505

Type of Service
Outpatient & Inpatient Program: Children & Adolescents up to 17 years old. Inpatient, Outpatient or Day Hospital Program for adults 17 and older. Currently not open to obese and binge eating patients Inpatient, Outpatient or Day Hospital program for adults 18 and older. Inpatient & multidisciplinary team approach. Treatment for men and women with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa & binge eating. Ages: 16 and over. Must be medically stable.

Referral Process
MD MD

Fee and Waitlists
OHIP/ Currently a 4 month waitlist based on severity of patient OHIP/ Waitlist by severity; 3 months for outpatient and 2-3 months for inpatient programs. OHIP/Wait list 3 months for inpatient programs, shorter for day hospital program. OHIP Extended Health coverage Over a 1 year waiting time for full OHIP coverage. 3-4 mos. if semi-private or private extended health coverage.

MD

150 Delhi St. Guelph, ON, N1E 6K9

(519) 824-1010 Ext. 2292

MD or Therapist

Self-Help/Support Groups
Organization
Family & Friends Support Group Overeaters Anonymous

Address
67 King St E Kitchener, ON Regular meetings at various locations and times; check website www.oa.org for dates and times

Phone
EDAC (519) 7454875 Kitchener-Waterloo – Lynda - (519) 8869975

Type of Service
Group meets the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month from 6:30 to 8pm for support and therapy. Eligibility: Individuals with eating disorders, such as compulsive overeating, bulimia or anorexia. Services: Fellowship, mutual support, self-help, individual support when needed through emergency telephone interventions, member’s anonymity is strictly respected.

Fee
No fee.

No fee.

Support Centres – Surrounding Areas
Danielle’s Place (Burlington, ON) Hope’s Garden (London, ON) Sheena’s Place (Toronto, ON) www.daniellesplace.org www.hopesgarden.org www.sheenasplace.org 1-866-277-9959 (519) 434-7721 (416)927-8900

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Registered Dieticians
Fee Name/Education
FLOREANI, Alison Registered Dietitian

Affiliation
Homewood Health Centre, Part-time Private Practice Long-term Care Facilities, Part-time Private Practice Health and Performance Centre at the University of Guelph

Address
150 Delhi St Guelph, ON N1E 6K9 flora.lis@homewoodhealth.com 52 Chicopee Terrace, Kitchener, N2A 1T4 bevsikorski@home.com Health and Performance Centre J.T. Powell Bldg. 2nd Floor University of Guelph N1G 2W1 www.uoguelph.ca/hpc heidismithnutrition.com Kitchener – nutricomm@rogers.com

Phone
(519) 824-1010 ext. 2235 (519) 893-4800 [fax] (519) 767-5011

Type of Service
Nutrition Counselling specialising in eating disorders. Individual nutrition counselling for adolescents & adults. Individual nutrition counselling. Specializing in counselling for athletes and active individuals. Individual nutrition counselling. Specializing in eating disorders/body image, vegetarian eating. Community Nutrition.

Referral Process
Self-Referral

May change without notice

$45/hr

SIKORSKI, Bev MA in Human Nutrition SMITH, Heidi Registered Dietitian Sport Nutritionist VALERIOTE, Caroline Registered Dietician

Self-Referral or Other

$60.00/initial, $25.00/additional visits. $115/initial, $95/additional visits Extended health plans may cover cost. $75

Self-Referral or Other

Nutricomm

(519) 590-3839

Self-Referral Clients in Recovery only please.

World Wide Web (WWW) Links Organization
National Eating Disorder Information Centre (Canada) National Eating Disorders Awareness and Prevention, Inc. Bulimia Anorexia Nervosa Association Dove Self Esteem Health at Every Size Andrea’s Voice Gurze Books Mirror-Mirror Media Watch Mental Health Net, ED Something Fishy Website on Eating Disorders The Student Body: Promoting Health at Any Size Page 6 of 10

Address
www.nedic.on.ca www.nationaleatingdisorders.org www.bana.ca www.campaignforrealbeauty.com www.jonrobinson.net www.andreasvoice.org www.gurze.com www.mirror-mirror.org www.mediawatch.com www.mentalhelp.net www.something-fishy.org www.aboutkidshealth.ca/thestudentbody

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Action Groups/Educational Resources
Organization
BANA Bulimia Anorexia Nervosa Association National Eating Disorder Information Centre (N.E.D.I.C.)

Address
300 Cabana Road East Windsor, ON N9G 1A3 www.bana.ca 200 Elizabeth St. College Wing 1-211 Toronto, ON M5G 2C4 www.nedic.on.ca 67 King Street East, Kitchener, ON N2G 2K4 Phone: (519) 745-4875 www.edacwr.com Resource Centre 99 Regina St. S. P.O. Box 633 Waterloo, ON N2J 4V3

Phone
(519) 969-2112 email: info@bana.ca (416) 340-4156 1-866-633-4220 (toll free)

Type of Service
An association offering resources, treatment and information about eating disorders

Fee
No Fee

Nation-wide database of treatment practitioners and facilities, resources, and support groups. Produces N.E.D.I.C. Bulletin 5 times a year. Information and resources, provide lectures and workshops. Prevention and awareness campaigns. A volunteer driven charity that is passionately committed to improving the lives of people affected by eating disorders, weight preoccupation and size prejudice through delivering education and prevention programs, building a supportive community and providing referrals to treatment and resources.

Bulletin $15/year for individuals $20/year for organizations

Eating Disorders Awareness Coalition

(519) 745-4875 email: edac@golden.net

Annual membership fees: $15 – Active $30 – Supporting

Waterloo Regional Community Health Department

(519) 883-2256

Resources (videos, books, kits etc.) available for booking by the public.

No Fee

Other Eating Disorder/Body Image Coalitions
Organization
Body Image Coalition of Peel

Address
Peel Health Dept. 44 Peel Centre Drive, Brampton, On., L6T 4B5 www.bodyimagecoalition.org c/o Halton Regional Health Department, 1151 Bronte Rd., Oakville, ON., L6M 3L1 c/o York Region Health Services Health Connection c/o Wellington-DufferinGuelph Health Unit, 125 Delhi St., ON., N1E 4J5 Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport 350-955 Green Valley Cr. Ottawa, ON K2C 3V4

Phone
Lora Stratton, Chairperson (905) 791-7800 x2705 (905) 825-6060 ext. 7835 1-800-361-5653

Type of Service
An association offering resources, treatment and information about eating disorders An association offering information, networking, awareness, education, skill building, and social action. An association offering resource information, networking, advocacy, education, and support.

Fee
No Fee

Body Image Network of Halton York Region Eating Disorders Community Coalition Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Eating Disorders Coalition

No Fee

No Fee

BodySense

Kim Hodgson, Co-Chair (519) 821-2370 x2246 April Gates, Co-Chair (519) 824-1010 x292 (416) 426-7230 www.bodysense.ca

An association offering resources, public & professional awareness of eating disorders and unhealthy body image; and, opportunities to network. BodySense is an education and outreach initiative dedicated to the promotion of positive body image in athletes.

No Fee

No fee.

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Lecturers and Public Speakers
Instructor/Public Speaker
Alfieri, Marg, RD.

Topic if Specified
Body Image, Nutrition for Health, Food for the body and soul. (for school aged students)

Fee
small fee sliding scale

Phone #
(519) 747-1848

Campbell, Madelyne, RD.

Nutrition and Eating Disorders

negotiable

(519) 576-2333

Gilbert, Adrienne, M.A.

Eating Disorders - Impact on families and research related to families and eating disorders

negotiable

(519) 888-4567, ext. 3015

MacNeil, Candy

the prevention and treatment of eating disorders; body image; self-esteem; and related topics

negotiable

(519) 760-3031
(519) 749-4300, ext. 2368

Notar, Margaret M.A., M.S.W., R.S.W.

Anything related to Eating Disorders; Body Image: Adolescent Development (especially females), Self-Esteem Issues

negotiable

Eating Disorders Awareness Coalition

See www.edacwr.com for youth prevention & wellness presentations. Tailored community workshops also available.

Free $200

(519) 745-4875

Library Resources: Check the following libraries for books and videos related to Eating Disorders and Body Image:
Kitchener Public Library Main Branch: 85 Queen North, Kitchener Telephone: 743-0271 Website: www.kpl.org Waterloo Public Library Main Branch: 35 Albert Street, Waterloo Telephone: 886-1310 Website: www.wpl.ca Cambridge Libraries & Galleries Queen’s Square Branch, 1 North Square, Cambridge Telephone: 621-0460 Website: www.library.cambridge.on.ca

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APPENDIX 1
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Physical, Emotional and Behavioural Signs That a Person is Developing or Has an Eating Disorder           Thinning of hair; hair loss; yellowish skin Always feels cold Sore throat; dental problems; swollen facial glands Scarring/abrasions of hands/knuckles Irregular menstruation or loss of periods Excessive concern about weight, shape, food and calories Unrealistic perception of body shape and size Intense fear of weight gain; feels fat when not ―overweight‖ Compulsive dieting; strict avoidance of certain foods, skipping meals Unusual eating habits; rearranges food on a plate; cuts food into tiny pieces; hoards food; guilt or shame about eating; refuses to eat meals with anyone; eats large amounts of food at a time Goes to the bathroom right after eating Noticeable weight loss or weight fluctuation Compulsive exercising Wears baggy or layered clothing to conceal weight loss Denies there is a problem Depression; irritability; anxiety; moodiness Perfectionist tendencies Poor concentration; impaired judgment, indecisiveness Social withdrawal

The Dangers of Eating Disorders The physical appearance of anyone with an eating disorder does NOT indicate the amount of physical danger they are in. Below are just some of the dangers of eating disorders. For more detailed information refer to the Physical Dangers section on the www.something~fishy.org website.
 Death caused by any one or a combination of heart attack, heart failure, lung collapse, internal bleeding, stroke, kidney failure, liver failure, pancreatitis, gastric rupture, perforated ulcer, depression or suicide. Seizures Malnutrition and/or Dehydration Infertility – inability to have children Lanugo – soft downy hair on face, back & arms Muscle Atrophy and/or Edema (swelling of soft tissues) Impaired Neuromuscular Function Transient (or temporary) Paralysis Tearing of Esophagus Cancer of the throat, voice box or esophagus Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or Insomnia Dry Skin and Hair, Brittle hair & nails, Hair loss High Blood Pressure, Hypertension Diabetes Problems during pregnancy including miscarriage Erosion of tooth enamel, severe decay, gum disease Arthritis or Osteoporosis

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Adapted from resources produced by the National Eating Disorder Information Centre and Sheena’s Place. Page 9 of 10

DO NOT fall into the trap of thinking ―I don’t do this all the time so I can’t be at risk‖—That DOES NOT mean you are not in danger, nor does it mean you do not suffer from an eating disorder. Adapted from something~fishy.org

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Your thoughts & Ideas about this Eating Disorders / Body Image Directory
Please tell us what you think about the Directory, by putting a check mark  in one box for each of the following components of the Directory: The FORMAT of the Directory  Difficult to read and use  Okay/Satisfactory to read and use  Easy to read and use The CONTENT of the Directory  Not useful  Somewhat useful  Very useful

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Please return this evaluation form to the Attention of the Eating Disorders Awareness Coalition, either by fax at # 745-4875 (Phone 745-4875 First before Faxing please), or by mail to 67 King St. E, Kitchener, ON., N2G 2K4. Thank you SO MUCH for your feedback! or E-Mail your comments to EDAC by clicking this link: edac@golden.net

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