Easter Q&A Panel

Easter Q&A Panel

Eating Disorders Victoria (EDV)

About this event

This special Q&A event will provide a space for EDV community members to seek support around difficulties faced during Easter and other festive occasions. Attendees will hear a lived experience recovery story from an EDV Ambassador followed by a Q&A session with a panel comprised of professional and personal lived experience.

This event is suitable for anyone experiencing challenges around festive gatherings, and we also acknowledge Passover and Ramadan taking place in April/May.

Themes include: 

  • Normalising festive foods 
  • Navigating difficult social and family events  
  • Coping with change of routine
  • Debunking diet culture myths

 
When: 7pm - 8:30pm on Tuesday 12th April, 2022 

Cost: This event is free and open to all




Contact Details




Speakers

Sarah Gilliand, Gemma de Leo, Ming

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