There is an urgent need for new treatments for both Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa. This free public education evening will review some of what is know about brain function in these conditions, and describe some of the new treatments that have been developed. Presented by Dr. Blake Woodside, MD, FRCPC, who specializes in adolescent anorexia and is the Medical Director Emeritus at the program for eating disorder at the Toronto General Hospital.
Following the presentation, Kim Duffy, Board Chair of the Waterstone Foundation, will speak about her experience trying to get help for her daughter as she struggled with an eating disorder.
This public education evening will be of interest and practical help to those affected by an eating disorder, families and friends, educators, the general public, and anyone working with individuals struggling with an eating disorder.