Are you a parent, partner, family member, or other support of someone with an eating disorder?

  • Have you shared your concerns with your loved one only to have it end with some ridiculous argument which doesn't seem to be rational?

  • Or maybe when you have tried to be supportive, your loved one shuts down, changes the subject, or pushes you away?

  • Do you feel like you have to walk on eggshells with your loved one, constantly fearing something you say is going to make things worse?

  • Perhaps your loved one feels just as confused as you do, and they don't know how to communicate what they need from you because they don't understand it themselves?

If your loved one is struggling with an eating disorder, then this training is for you.

In this course you will:

  • Learn all about the different symptoms of eating disorders and increase your understanding of what your loved one is experiencing

  • Review common myths about eating disorders and find out the facts so that you know what's going to be helpful vs. harmful

  • Get strategies you can use at home, be able to identify difficult situations, and learn how to plan ahead

After completion of Eating Disorders 101, you will be able to:

  • Be sure you are asking the right questions and offering the right kind of support so you are positive the eating disorder is not running the show, at least with you

  • Know what behaviors to be on the lookout for throughout their recovery process whether they are just starting treatment or are already in recovery

  • Feel confident you are giving the right kind of support during and after meals, at triggering events, and on a day-to-day basis

  • Understand the ways you negatively influence the eating disorder and have the insight in how to make changes so you are instead supporting recovery

What you get when you purchase the Eating Disorders 101 course:

  • Three videos you can watch on your own time at your own pace

  • A workbook which will help you gain more insight and create a plan for how to support your loved one

  • Bonus: symptom checklists you will be able to use to open up discussion with your loved one and fully support the through treatment and recovery

  • Bonus: resource list of websites where you can continue to learn about eating disorder and connect

  • Bonus: mealtime discussion question cards you can use as a fun way to support your loved one during difficult meals together

  • Instant access to all of the above for six months so that you can continue to review the videos and share with other supports

ED 101 Curriculum

  1. 1
    • Welcome-Introduction

    • Workbook

  2. 2
    • Part 1: Introduction to Eating Disorders

  3. 3
    • Part Two: Understanding Eating Disorders

  4. 4
    • Part Three: Giving A+ Support

    • HAES

  5. 5
    • Checklists + Resource Guide

    • Mealtime Discussion Cards