two queer perspectives on eating disorder recovery
websites and blogs
Are you looking for a dietitian, yoga instructor, therapist, doctor, or other practitioner who practices a Health at Every Size® approach? Check out Josée Sovinsky‘s interactive Google map that provides contact information for these HAES® experts located internationally. For more information about HAES® check out the Association for for Size Diversity and Health.
Elephant Journal is a recently discovered gem of ours. We follow their honesty, inspiration, and mindful motivation on Facebook and Instagram: elephantjournal.com
The National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA) is an awesome (in our opinion) non-profit organization dedicated to increasing awareness and access to treatment for those with eating disorders and their families. Their website is full of educational materials, ways to receive support, and they also publish recovery stories: http://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/
The Multi-Service Eating Disorder Association (MEDA) serves as a support network for resources for all who are affected by eating disorders. MEDA is located in Massachusetts and has many local treatment and support opportunities: http://www.medainc.org/
Lindsay Hall is the brilliant writer and blogger behind Ihaven’tshavedinsixweeks. It’s entirely relatable for those who have been in treatment, and for those who haven’t, it will give you a bit of the inside scoop: www.ihaven’tshavedinsixweeks.com