Eating Disorder Resource Links
- Something Fishy
- Excellent Practical and Emotional Resources for Eating Disorders.
Offers everything from eating disorder education to treatment finders to chat rooms.
- National Eating Disorders Association
- Committed to Increasing Awareness of Eating Disorders.
Comprehensive resource for referrals in your area and professional education about eating disorders.
- Gurze Books
- The Definitive Resource for Eating Disorder Books and Publications.
- The Renfrew Center Foundation
- Provides comprehensive treatment including: residential, day, intensive outpatient, groups, indiv/family/couples, psychiatry and nutrition.
- Beverly Naidus - Arts for Change
- A special thank you to Beverly Naidus~ the artist whose beautiful piece of imagery from One Size DOES NOT Fit All is being used for our title graphic. Other examples of Beverly Naidus' work portraying issues of environmental illness, cultural identity, and body image can be viewed on her site.
- Empowered Parents
- A family approach to the prevention and treatment of eating disorders.
Great site for free printable handouts/articles/tips for parents, kids, professionals, and all who care about Eating Disorders.
- Body Positive
- Resource for all things large.
Why dieting hurts, how health can exist at any size, and what's beautiful about big.
- The National Eating Disorder Information Centre
Great source of information and resources on eating disorders and weight preoccupation.
- Site that aims to combat negitive and distorted images of women.
Excellent resource for statistics, research help for papers, and letter-writing campaigns to advertisors and magazines.
- Love Your Body Day
- October 21, 2009 is this year's Love Your Body Day!
Full of suggestions and guidelines for how to organize political actions for Love Your Body Day.
- National Organization for Women - NOW
- NOW's goal is to take action to bring about equality for all women. NOW works to eliminate discrimination and harassment in the workplace, schools, the justice system, and all other sectors of society; secure abortion, birth control and reproductive rights for all women; end all forms of violence against women; eradicate racism, sexism and homophobia; and promote equality and justice in our society.