Symposia

Free, open, expert forums on Eating Disorders.

As part of our awareness mandate, NIED is committed to hosting a regular series of symposia throughout the year. Here, you have the chance to hear from people in the front lines of Eating Disorders. These include clinicians, nutritionists, parents with loved ones struggling with an Eating Disorder, and both recovered and current sufferers.

While the initial symposia will be held in the Great Toronto Area (GTA), we are working with healthcare professionals and interested parties to extend the reach of NIED Symposia across Canada.

Workshops are FREE.

Join us!

 

Date/Time Topics Location

Our 59th Free Symposium

Monday, September 11, 2017

Doors Open: 7:00 pm
Event: 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

 

 

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Missed Connections: The Role of Faulty Wiring in Anorexia.
Presenting the results of a study exploring how structural differences in the brain could confer vulnerability to Anorexia and exacerbate its symptoms.

Presenter:

Amy Miles
MA, PhD Candidate.

Temple Sinai Congregation of Toronto,
210 Wilson Ave,
Toronto, Ontario
M5M 3B1

- North side of Wilson between Avenue Road and Bathurst Street.
- Tons of free parking.
- Everyone welcome.


TTC: Bus 96 Wilson from York Mills or Wilson Subway Stations

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For more information, email Wendy Preskow at wendy@nied.ca

Videos of selected previous symposia can be viewed on our You Tube channel.

 

Looking to host a Symposium in your area?  Have a topic you would like to learn more about/discuss/address?

Contact info@nied.ca or call Wendy Preskow at 647-347-2393.