National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA)

National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA)


SAVE THE DATE and join the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) for the Phoenix, AZ #NEDAWalk on Sunday, April 3rd - sponsored by EDCare!

NEDA Walks are community celebrations of hope, strength, and recovery, and raise critical funds to support individuals and families affected by eating disorders. πŸ’šπŸ’™

Register today at
For #eatingdisorderawarenessweek, National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) asked Project HEAL to reflect on the last 20 years and on the future of the eating disorder field - as an organization that has helped pave the way for eating disorder treatment, research & advocacy, and that is striving to push the field to continue to grow and change for the better. Here's what our CEO, Rebecca Eyre, had to say.

"The eating disorder field has evolved a great deal over the last twenty years. Thinking back to the early 2000s, there were dramatically fewer treatment providers, insurance coverage was even more impossible than it is now (because the Federal Mental Health Parity Act of 2008 had not yet been passed), and the stereotypes of what eating disorders β€œlook” like was even more narrow than today. Some great research has since been conducted (albeit not nearly enough), and we’re beginning to better understand what causes eating disorders, how to treat them, and how eating disorders disproportionately affect people with marginalized identities. It’s so important to look at it with a long-term perspective and see how far we’ve come, because day to day, we at Project HEAL are painfully aware of how far we have to go. As the leading eating disorder nonprofit focused on eliminating barriers to treatment access, we’re inundated with heartbreaking stories how inequitable, discriminating, and inaccessible eating disorder treatment remains in 2022. What buoys us is that change is happening. Infuriatingly slow at times, disjointed at times, and often inadequate - but we are seeing change. We’re grateful to our equity-minded HEALers Circle partners - eating disorder providers across the country who generously donate their care or offer sliding scale rates to those who can't otherwise access care. We're grateful to NEDA for helping fund Project HEAL's Barriers to Treatment Access Study, so that we can finally have a clear picture of all that stands in the way of tens of millions who are ready to heal but unable to access care. And above all, we're grateful to the individuals who are struggling with eating disorders today - who are rising up and using their voices to change the global conversation about food and body, who are daring to ask for help despite hearing a loud "no" everywhere they turn, and who are coming together despite the often overwhelming feeling of brokenness at both the individual and systemic level. When we think about the many systems that are dysfunctional in this country, it's easy to become overwhelmed by the depth and breadth of the chasm between what is and what should be. But when Project HEAL thinks about the eating disorder treatment landscape, we see the future. Even on the darkest days, we know that we're on our way to a world where everyone with an eating disorder will have the opportunities and resources they need to heal. As humans, without an imagination for the future... without a whisper of hope that we might just get the thing we most need, want and deserve... we are lost. So we must diligently nurture our imagination for the future. A future where eating disorders are easily detected, readily understood, and affordably treated. A future where people with eating disorders feel safe and seen. A future where an eating disorder is neither a life sentence nor a death sentence. And if hope feels too hard for you today, please know that there are a lot of people you’ve never met holding and sustaining that hope for you. We’re building that world right now. Hope for accessible and affirming eating disorder healing is not a fantasy - it’s realistic and it’s coming.”
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The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) has seen a 107% increase in calls to their helpline. This alarming statistic reflects the lingering impacts of pandemic disruptions that people have experienced during the last two years.
It’s finished! A huge thanks to Tams from Soul Stories who painted this awesome mural on level 2 at the Port of Sale last week πŸ˜πŸ‘πŸΌπŸŽ¨

It’s now on display with free entry to raise awareness of National Eating Disorders Awareness (NEDA) Week, 21-27 Feb. It’ll be on display until mid-May and we encourage you to come and take a look around.

Tams is also hosting a drop-in kids art workshop at the Gippsland Art Gallery this weekend (Sunday 6 March. 10.30am-12.30pm) where young people will use colour and shape to explore the things that make them unique. It’s free to attend but bookings are required.

Bookings can be made online at πŸ’š

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This #EatingDisorderAwarenessWeek we'd like to share Keira's story:

Keira is 17 and currently doing very well after a 10 year struggle with an eating disorder and difficulties related to her PDA profile not being understood or supported by health and social care. Her story illustrates the life-changing impact when professionals adapt their practice to be person-centred and PDA-friendly.

Sharon Donaldson, director of the specialist eating disorder unit where Keira was an in-patient, also shares how she and her team worked with Keira and her family to develop the personalised, holistic approach which was so key to achieving a successful outcome, and is now being shared with others as an example of best practice.

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I am a counseling graduate student looking to pursue a career working with individuals struggling with eating disorders or disordered eating behaviors. As part of my program, I am conducting research with one of my professors.

We are currently looking for participants for our study!

We are conducting an interview study entitled, "Understanding Resilient Adults with Eating Disorders and Disordered Eating".

Essentially, we aim for this interview to be an empowering experience where adults can share their lived experiences, their resilience, and what could have been better in the counseling process or other healthcare services. Below is our flyer, and we are IRB approved through Rider University!
A good reminder that what we say and how we act matters!

β€œNew research suggests that children experience size awareness and size shaming as young as three years old, and that if left unchecked, it can lead to the development of an eating disorder.” National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA)

Read more here. ⬇️
Thank you for joining me during #NEDAwareness National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) Week. I truly hope that by sharing some of my story, some facts and figures, and information on how to obtain help was beneficial for you or someone you love.

Whether you commented, reacted to one or more posts, and/or shared, I'm grateful. Thanks for being here.

I have lots of exciting things to share, so stay tuned to my pages for updates and events.

Thank you, so very sincerely, to NEDA for allowing me to collaborate, share, and inspire #hope.

Abundant love from an #eatingdisorder gladiator,
Cathy, always your #caffeinatedadvocate
CW: eating disorders

As National Eating Disorders Awareness Week comes to a close, we would like to highlight statistics from the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) campaign.

Awareness means creating safe spaces for people who are experiencing eating disorders to be vulnerable without fear of judgment.

If you or someone you know is facing a crisis situation, please know that you are not alone, and there is help out there. ❀️

#NEDAwarenessWeek #eatingdisorderawareness #SeeTheChange #BeTheChange
It's #NEDAwareness Week, and the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) reminds us all that help and hope are available. Please contact the Helpline if you or a loved one is struggling with an #eatingdisorder.

I'm here for you too,
Your #caffeinatedadvocate
The beginning of the year is so riddled with diet culture that it can sometimes feel overwhelming. However, there are ways to remove ourselves from the grip of #dietculture. Check out this article from National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) :

NEDA supports individuals and families affected by eating disorders, and serves as a catalyst for pr Contact the NEDA Helpline for support, resources, and treatment options:
πŸ“± Call or Text 800-931-2237
πŸ’¬ Online Chat
❗️ Crisis Text β€˜NEDA’ to 741741

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Always remember to be authentically YOU. There's no one like you and never will be. You are a limited edition πŸ’™πŸ’š


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Check out the PRIDE MONTH checklist. TAG and SHARE and remind those you care about to celebrate themselves and others. 🌈


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Today is World Environment Day! 🌎 To celebrate our beautiful planet here are a few simple, yet super easy tips for environmental wellness.

🌎 Use recycling bins when available.
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Did you know that sharing differences actually improves creativity and innovation within communities. You are free to be yourself.πŸ’šπŸ’™


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In honor of World Eating Disorders Action Day and Pride Month, we would like to remind you that the community is always here with open arms for those struggling with eating disorders in the LGBTQ+ community.

Get connected today here πŸ“²


Today is World Eating Disorders Action Day. This year, we are focusing on caregivers. If you are providing support and care to a loved one or friend, we thank you.

Want to learn more about caring for those with eating disorders and yourself, check out the toolkit πŸ“²


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Love transcends gender. Happy Pride Month!


Get Ready! Tomorrow is the beginning of Pride Month. All month long we'll be celebrating the ongoing works to achieve equal justice and equal opportunity for the LGBTQ community. πŸ’™πŸ’›πŸ§‘πŸ’š


Today we honor and remember those fallen Heroes who have sacrificed so much for our nation. They are gone but never forgotten and live on in the hearts of their family and friends.


FIRST HURDLE CROSSED: The Anna Westin Legacy Act is moving to the House floor for a vote. Help us raise awareness to increase training and education for health professionals on eating disorders by SHARING the news.


If you, a loved one, or someone you know struggles with an eating disorder, we’re here to help.πŸ’šπŸ’™

Reach out to the Helpline for support, resources, & treatment options:

πŸ“± Call or Text 800-931-2237
πŸ’¬ Online Chat
❗️ Crisis Text β€˜NEDA’ to 741741


Be yourself because only you can share your unique strengths and beauty with the world around you. Today, give yourself the gift to boldly shine without limitations.πŸ’šπŸ’™


Community is everything when it comes to empowering each other. brings together amazing individuals like these students who have a passion for supporting one another through their journey of self-love and discovery. πŸ€—πŸ’š

To get involved or to learn more visit us online here πŸ‘‰


Join for the San Diego, CA , taking place at Liberty Station, SUNDAY, May 29th! πŸ’šπŸ’™

πŸ“ Liberty Station 2455 Cushing Rd, San Diego, CA 92106
⏰ Registration Opens at 8:30 AM | Walk begins at 9 AM

NEDA Walks are community celebrations of hope, strength, and recovery, and raise critical funds to support individuals and families affected by eating disorders.

Register today at


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Body Image and Fostering a Body Positive Environment - You are USD | Suicide Prevention 05/25/2022

Body Image and Fostering a Body Positive Environment - You are USD | Suicide Prevention

The University of San Diego gives us some helpful tips on how to develop and maintain a positive body image hereπŸ‘‰

For those in the San Diego area, don't miss our at Liberty Station this Sunday, May 29th.πŸ’šπŸ’™

Body Image and Fostering a Body Positive Environment - You are USD | Suicide Prevention Body image encompasses the way a person sees and feels about their body and physical appearance. We do not develop body image solely on our own; we often get both positive and negative messages about our bodies from family, friends, and the people around us. Our perceptions are also often clouded by...


The taking place this weekend will be at the following location on SUNDAY, MAY 29th! πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡

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Register today to help put critical resources into the hands of those struggling with eating disorders. πŸ’šπŸ’™



Growth is never achieved overnight, be patient with yourself. You're always stronger than you know.πŸ’ͺ


Every is beautiful πŸ’š Stay positive and remember you are absolutely beautiful just the way you are!


The community is all about empowering individuals across the nation to simply be you! Happy National Being You Day, because YOU ARE SIMPLY AMAZING! πŸ’šπŸ’™


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THIS SATURDAY, Join for the Washington, DC , taking place at The Catholic University of America, TOMORROW, May 21st! πŸ’šπŸ’™

πŸ“ 620 Michigan Ave NE, Washington, DC 20064
⏰ Check-in 9:00am; Start time 10:00am

are community celebrations of hope, strength, and recovery, and raise critical funds to support individuals and families affected by eating disorders.

Register today πŸ“²


Here are some helpful tips to stay happy and positive! Feel free to SHARE any TIPS in the COMMENTS that you feel help to keep a positive and happy mind. πŸ’šπŸ€—


The taking place this weekend will be at the following location on SATURDAY, MAY 21st! πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡

πŸ“ Washington, DC:

Register today to help put critical resources into the hands of those struggling with eating disorders! πŸ’šπŸ’™



Today is with @EDCoalition! If you couldn’t attend a meeting but still want Congress to know you support the Anna Westin Legacy Act, click the link to reach out to your Members of Congress!


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