In recent years many resources have been developed for the treatment of Eating Disorders. Studio City Clinical Associates would like to give you a partial list of programs to help you get the treatment you need. In Addition we have a website dedicated to eating disorders and you may want to take a look at it to learn more about Eating Disorders.
If you would like to learn more about eating disorders, body image, and treatment, please take a look at our website
Eating Disorders Advisors by Karen Chambre, LCSW PSY.D. ca
Academy for Eating Disorders – AED (847) 498-4274
For ED professionals; promotes effective treatment, develops prevention initiatives, stimulates research, sponsors international conference and regional workshops.American Anorexia & Bulimia Association of Philadelphia – AABA
www.aabaphila.org • (215) 221-1864
Dedicated to providing support, resources and advocacy for individuals with eating disorders and for their loved ones.Binge Eating Disorder Association – BEDA
www.bedaonline.com • (855) 855-2332
Education, annual conference, resources, research, and best-practice guidelines for preventing and treating BED.Eating Disorders Anonymous – EDA
A Fellowship of individuals interested in pursuing recovery and helping others do the same.
Meetings, materials, and online chatroom.Eating Disorders Coalition for Research, Policy and Action – EDC
www.eatingdisorderscoalition.org • (202) 543-9570
Advances the federal recognition of ED as a public health priority.Eating Disorders Information Network – EDIN
www.myedin.org • (404) 816-EDIN
Resource and referrals. Speakers bureau, curriculums, school outreach programs, EDAW events.The Elisa Project
www.theelisaproject.org • (214) 369-5222
Listing of therapists, treatment centers and informative materials.
Annual symposium, newsletter, support groups.Families Empowered and Supporting Treatment of Eating Disorders – F.E.A.S.T.
www.feast-ed.org • (540) 227-8518
International organization for parents and caregivers. Information and support for evidence-based treatment and advocacy.International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals – IAEDP
www.iaedp.com • (800) 800-8126
A non-profit membership organization for professionals; provides certification, education, local chapters, newsletter, annual symposium.The International Federation of Eating Disorder Dietitians
A non-profit whose mission is to improve access to our services, provide support for the dietitian role in eating disorder treatment, and create a community where eating disorder dietitians can exchange advice and ideas.Maudsley Parents
Volunteer organization of parents who have used family-based treatment to help their children recover.Mothers Against Eating Disorders – MAED
www.facebook.com/groups/debrahope3/Multi-Service Eating Disorders Association, Inc. – MEDA
www.medainc.org • (617) 558-1881 • Toll-free: (866) 343-MEDA
Newsletter, referral network, local support groups, educational seminars and trainings, speaker series.National Association of Anorexia Nervosa & Associated Disorders – ANAD
www.ANAD.org • (630) 577-1333 • Helpline: (630) 577-1330
Listings of therapists and hospitals; informative materials; sponsors support groups, conference, research, and a crisis hotline.National Eating Disorders Association – NEDA
(212) 575-6200 • Helpline: (800) 931-2237
Sponsors National Eating Disorders Awareness Week in February with a network of volunteers.
Annual conference, Parents, Family & Friends Network, helpline, and media watchdog program.Overeaters Anonymous – OA
www.oa.org • (505) 891-2664
A 12-step, self-help fellowship. Free local meetings and support.Parents to Parents
Our goal is to help other parents by providing clear, practical, and evidence‐based information and suggestions through documentaries.Project HEAL
theprojectheal.com • 707-867-5969
Provides scholarships for people with eating disorders who cannot afford treatmentRenewedwww.renewedsupport.org • (615) 831-9838Renewed provides free, professional and confidential referrals for anyone affected by an eating disorder, educational training for healthcare professionals and a supportive community for those on the journey to renewed wellness.The Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness
www.allianceforeatingdisorders.com • 866-662-1235
A nonprofit organization dedicated to providing programs and activities aimed at outreach, education, and early intervention for all eating disorders.T-FEED—Trans Folx Fighting Eating Disorders
Advocacy and action to make visible, interrupt, and undermine the disproportionately high incidence of eating disorders in trans and gender-diverse individuals through radical community healing and recovery institution reform.