The iaedp™ Foundation’s President Council Offers Leadership Needed to Deliver Innovative Eating Disorder Treatment

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The iaedp Foundation’s President Council, which consists of the leading eating disorder treatments centers in the U.S., are key sponsors of the 30th annual iaedp Symposium. Throughout the year, the President Council demonstrates commitment to the eating disorders field through financial support of iaedp and its mission of serving the professional eating disorders community through education and certification.

The iaedp Foundation’s President Council, which consists of the leading eating disorder treatments centers in the U.S., are key sponsors of the 30th annual iaedp Symposium. Throughout the year, the President Council demonstrates commitment to the eating disorders field through financial support of iaedp and its mission of serving the professional eating disorders community through education and certification.

Scheduled for February 17-22, 2016 at the Omni on Amelia Island, Florida, the iaedp Symposium features keynote speakers, over 40 workshops and pre-certification courses. For early registration information for the 2016 iaedp Symposium, go to iaedp.com.

The iaedp Foundation is committed to excellence in the ethical practice of those professionals who treat eating disorders,” said Bonnie Harken, Managing Director of The iaedp Foundation. “Given the psychological, behavioral, social, medical, biological, and even legal complexities of eating disorders, iaedp strives to ensure all members have the appropriate training and competencies to function with the highest level of integrity in all interactions with clients, families, other professionals and the general community.” Through the generosity of the 15 organizations which make up the Presidents Council, the iaedp Foundation is able to create ongoing educational opportunities specific to the treatment of eating disorders and uniquely provide these to field professionals. The iaedp Board of Directors also recognizes the Presidents Council’s commitment to research in order to produce the most up-to-date and innovative education techniques available. Member organizations of the iaedp Presidents Council include: Eating Recovery Center, Oliver-Pyatt Centers, Pine Grove Women’s Center, Remuda Ranch at the Meadows, RiverMend Health/Rosewood Centers for Eating Disorders, Timberline Knolls, The Ranch, Harmony Point, Center for Change, Children’s Medical Center, Veritas Collaborative, Selah House, The Renfrew Center, McCullum Place and Laureate Eating Disorders Program.

About iaedp: Since 1985, the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals has provided education and training standards to an international and multidisciplinary group of various healthcare treatment providers and helping professions.

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