Eating Disorders Nova Scotia Online Support Group – Working through Shame

Online Peer Support Group

Connect with others working on their own recovery in a supportive online space. Participate at your own comfort level. Explore new skills in a non-judgemental, pro-recovery environment.This month’s group will focus on working through shame. Together we will explore: Shame vs Guilt; The Language of Shame; Telling Yourself A New Story.

Just Be You – Wolfville – Acadia Mental Health Initiative

Wolfville Recreational Centre 7 Victoria Avenue, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada

The Just Be You Wolfville program is a social-recreational program in Wolfville, NS. We serve youth ages 16-24 who are dealing with mental health challenges. The group focuses on supportive relationships, building coping skills through peer interactions, and is youth lead. It's a place for you to just be youth! It will run every Friday... Read more >

Mental Health First Aid Basic Training

Future Inn 30 Fairfax Drive, Halifax, NS 30 Fairfax Drive, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Registration Deadline - 3 March 2020 - 5 PM Capacity - 25 Mental Health First Aid Basic Training is an evidence-based program of the Mental Health Commission of Canada. This course aims to improve mental health literacy and teaches participants how to recognize early warning signs that a friend, family member or colleague may be... Read more >


Mental Health First Aid

Ecole Rose des Vents, Greenwood, NS 6 Bedford Road, Greenwood, Nova Scotia, Canada

Mental Health First Aid is the help provided to a person developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis.  Just as physical first aid is administered to an injured person before medical treatment can be obtained, MHFA is given until appropriate treatment is found or until the crisis is resolved. The MHFA... Read more >


Men’s Mental Health Support Group

The Canadian Mental Health Association - Nova Scotia is seeking participants from the Hantsport-Middleton area for a Men's Mental Health Support Group. Contact to register.

But HOW do I eat? Practical Strategies from a Dietician

This series, facilitated through Eating Disorders Nova Scotia, is on nutritional aspects of Eating Disorder recovery and will be led by Nicole Otto, Registered Dietitian. Join us as we explore a specific topic each week that builds on content from the previous week. We’ll cover mechanical eating, meal planning, myths and barriers to regular eating... Read more >


A must-see webinar recording on autism in eating disorders, with: Tony Attwood @drtonyattwood Only viewable till 2 April, THEN IT'S GONE Who should know this stuff? a.  obviously, parents of someone with ASD and ED b. all ED therapists c. ALL PARENTS WHO HELP OTHER PARENTS ON ED FORUMS I was gripped for the whole... Read more >

Eating Disorders: Queer Perspectives on Recovery – EDNS

A Virtual Panel Discussion About this Event Eating Disorders are a social justice issue. Our society is cis-heteropatriarchal, ableist, racist, and classist — and, unfortunately, the landscape of eating disorder support and treatment reflect that. Although much more research is needed, emerging evidence shows that eating disorders disproportionately impact people who are marginalized and oppressed,... Read more >


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