The Reality of Eating Disorders

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"Lecture by Rachel Sherwyn

Rachel Sherwyn LMFT is Program Director of the Westlake Outpatient Eating Disorder Program and will present on the nature, causes, symptoms and treatment options related to eating disorders. Topic will cover all types of eating disorders including anorexia, bulimia, binge-eating disorder as well as body dysmorphic disorder. Rachel will present the latest research, share her experience treating people with eating disorders and inform about treatment options. She will also discuss the importance of getting past the shame associated with eating disorder sufferers. Rachel will specifically discuss how eating disorders impact college life, what resources are available and answer any audience questions. This presentation is sponsored by the Moorpark College Peer Health Club.

For more information contact Lisa Noack at lnoack@vcccd.edu"

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"It was a long battle from that first counselling appointment to today but I can now say without a doubt that Kel is FULLY recovered from her eating disorder"

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