Eating disorder recovery is HARD (understatement of the century). Now, amid the COVID-19 crisis, recovery can feel harder than ever. In this Say It Brave event, in partnership with Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders Association (ANAD), Shannon Kopp (MFA) and Samantha Lach (MA, LCPC) will discuss tools for overcoming specific, COVID-19 challenges to recovery. Whether you are struggling with binge eating, anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, avoidant restrictive disorder (ARFID) or your relationship with food and body in general, don’t miss out on this free and uniquely supportive event. We’ll provide tools for coping with:

-Increased food and diet culture talk amid COVID-19
-New challenges to grocery shopping, stocking, and meal planning
-Increased anxiety and depression
-Changes to support systems
-Safety concerns in your environment
-Stepping out of secrecy and isolation during times of social distancing

By: Eating Recovery Center
Title: “Say It Brave – Battling Eating Disorders in a COVID-19 World”
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Eating Disorders Counselor of Portland – Food Is Not The Enemy
1235 Southeast Division Street
Portland, OR 97202

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