recorded webinar

Can You Fully Recover from an Eating Disorder?

eating disorders
Friday, December 14, 2018 12:00 am

“Does it ever get better?” those in eating disorder recovery often ask. Healing from an eating disorder can be such a long journey—with so many bumps along the way—that many feel hopeless and believe they might never recover. But author Jenni Schaefer offers real hope by answering the question, “Yes, it does get better—fully better.” This webinar provides not only concrete tools for navigating eating disorder treatment but also a firsthand account of connecting with a fulfilled life in the wake of the treacherous illness. Learn about the signs and symptoms of eating disorders, the different types of eating disorders, as well as the common myths. All in all, Jenni says, “We recover from our eating disorders in order to recover our lives.” Learn more about eating disorders. 

Read Jenni's accompanying blog post here. 

Presenter(s) Biography

Jenni Schaefer


Jenni Schaefer is an internationally known speaker and bestselling author in the field of eating disorders. 

Jenni has appeared on “Today,” “Dr. Oz,” and “Dr. Phil,” as well as in publications ranging from Cosmopolitan to The New York Times. Her books include Life Without Ed; Goodbye Ed, Hello Me; and Almost Anorexic, a collaboration with Harvard Medical School. She is currently at work on a book about PTSD, to be released in 2020. Jenni is a senior fellow with Meadows Behavioral Healthcare and an advocate for its specialty eating disorder program, The Meadows Ranch. Jenni is very active with the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA), serving as a NEDA Ambassador.

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