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HEDS will be hosting a Community Conference on February 22, 2020 in Houston, Texas. The conference is for those recovering from an eating disorder, supporting a loved one with an eating disorder, and any professional exposed to the effects of eating disorders.
We are seeking presenters for three breakout sessions for the conference with the following specifics:
Breakout 1: seeking a recovered client speaking with a clinician or past treatment team on recovery and treatment experience and tips/advice for current clients in recovery
Breakout 2: seeking an eating disorder clinician to discuss how to support a loved one with an eating disorder
Breakout 3: seeking an eating disorder clinician who is passionate about providing eating disorder basics to mental health providers or those exposed to the effects of eating disorders
You are welcome to submit one proposal for each breakout session (for a total of 3 submissions). Please complete the proposal submission attachment and send the finished copy to Ametis Cederberg ([email protected]) no later than Friday, August 30, 2019. You must fill out all answers in order for your proposal to be considered. A blind proposal selection will take place on Tuesday, September 3 by the HEDS Board Members.
If you have any questions regarding the proposal process or being a presenter, please email Ametis Cederberg at [email protected].
Morgan Sinclair, MS, RDN, LD
HEDS Conference Co-Chair
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