iaedp South Florida Chapter
Friday, October 16th, 20158:30am-5pm
You are invited to attend a one-day training to learn the Be Body Positive Model for the treatment of eating disorders developed by Elizabeth Scott LCSW, Co-Founder of The Body Positive
During this one-day training, you will be immersed in self-exploration and creative activities to learn about the five Competencies of the Be Body Positive Model.
You will learn positive strategies to:
  • Teach people to become mindful of their eating behaviors, replace weight loss-motivated exercise with health-oriented, joyful movement, and compassionately transform their critical voices into supportive allies.
  • Address people’s beliefs about health, body size, and the importance of positively re-imagining their own beauty.
  • Tailor your clinical approach based on your strength and values and the population you serve.
  • Support your clients to embody powerful resources that will  make them feel vibrant and alive in their bodies, freeing them to focus on their life purpose.

Professionals who have completed this training will be qualified to purchase and teach the comprehensive Be Body Positive curriculum in schools, private practice groups, and other community settings.

LOCATION: FAU Lynn College of Nursing



$65 Student Rate


$65 iaedp Member Early Bird Rate

$75 iaedp Non Member Early Bird Rate


$85 iaedp Member

$95 iaedp Member




Atlanta’s IAEDP Chapter presents Fall Seminar 

Featuring Dr. Melissa McLain with Oliver Pyatt Treatment Centers and Dr. Nicole Siegfried with Castlewood at The Highlands Center for Eating Disorders. This all day event features 5 continuing education units and networking opportunities.

8:30am-9:00am: Registration and Networking

9:00am- 11:45am: The Power of Connection: Social Media and It’s Impact on Neurobiology in the Adolescent Brain- Presented by Melissa McLain, Ph.D, CEDS

11:45am-1:00pm: Networking lunch provided by IAEDP- Atlanta Chapter

 1:00pm-3:45pm: Cultivating Hope in Eating Disorder Treatment- Presented by Nicole Siegfried, Ph.D, CEDS



An iaedp NY 2015 quarterly event presented by Dr. Ovidio Bermudez of Eating Recovery Center

This presentation will review the epidemiological and clinical aspects of the dual diagnosis of Eating Disorders and Diabetes. Dr. Bermudez will discuss important specifics of this condition such as risk factors, diagnosis and treatment. To conclude, Dr. Bermudez will present relevant, practical management steps in working with these patients, outlining important clinical considerations and future directions for the diagnosis.

8:30 AM Board Meeting

10 AM – Dealing with Diabetes and Glycemia – Eating Recovery Center’s Dr. Ovidio Bermudez

Register NOW

NY Chapter Website


Atlanta iaedp Chapter invites you to their Masquerade Ball!

“BEHIND THE MASK” First Annual Gala 

Choose a mask and wear it well, your true identity, no one can tell.” 

 October 18, 2015


Location: Historic Naylor Hall – Roswell, GA

 $50 per person/ $90 per couple

Tickets and Sponsorship available by visiting www.atlantaiaedp.com 


We’re located all over the United States and internationally but if we’re not near you, let us know and maybe you can be instrumental in establishing our next new Chapter.  You have what it takes and we are here to help you step-by-step.

iaedp Chapters are currently in the following states:

We also have an International Chapter with members representing several countries around the world, including Africa, Argentina, Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, Costa Rica, Denmark, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Honduras, Italy, India, Jamaica, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru and Spain.

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