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Designed for Eating Recovery Center families and friends who have loved ones currently or previously in treatment, this series is delivered in a virtual format in the comfort of your home. It’s never been easier to empower yourself with the knowledge and confidence you’ll need to be there for your loved one during this important time.

We make it easy.
Same Day. Same Time. Every Week.

Virtual Child & Adolescent Education Series
Every Thursday from 10:00 am - 11:30 am MT.

Virtual Adult Education Series
Every Thursday from 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm MT.

Child & Adolescent Course Titles & Descriptions

Week 1 - Tools for Connection and Confident Communication With Your Loved One

This course provides an overview of Emotion-Focused Family Therapy. The Advanced Caregiver Skills described will help you further support your loved one's healing and recovery process.

Week 2 - What’s Food Got To Do With It? - Our Nutrition Approach

This course provides an overview of the ERC Nutrition Approach. We will discuss the myths around nutrition and will provide best practices and support tips. We will help you understand your role in supporting your loved one when it comes to nutrition.

Week 3 - A Medical Lens: Eating Disorder Treatment and Recovery

This course provides an overview on eating disorders and associated medical factors. We will discuss both the medical complications and our approach to supporting healing.

Week 4 - Bonus Topics: Don’t Miss Out on Courses Tailored for You.

Date Event
September 22 How to Help Your Loved One After Treatment
September 29 Hear Directly From Those Who Have Lived It
October 27 Care for the Caregiver Helping Yourself While Helping Your Loved One
November 24 Building Resiliency ​The Pathway Between Anxiety and Eating Disorders
December 22 Understanding Depression & Eating Disorders

Adult Course Titles & Descriptions

Week 1 - Tools for Connection and Confident Communication With Your Loved One

This course provides an overview of Emotion-Focused Family Therapy. The Advanced Caregiver Skills described will help you further support your loved one's healing and recovery process.

Week 2 - What’s Food Got To Do With It? - Our Nutrition Approach

This course provides an overview of the ERC Nutrition Approach. We will discuss the myths around nutrition and will provide best practices and support tips. We will help you understand your role in supporting your loved one when it comes to nutrition.

Week 3 - A Medical Lens: Eating Disorder Treatment and Recovery

This course provides an overview on eating disorders and associated medical factors. We will discuss both the medical complications and our approach to supporting healing.

Week 4 - Bonus Topics: Don’t Miss Out on Courses Tailored for You.

Date Event
September 22 Understanding Depression & Eating Disorders
September 29 Hear Directly From Those Who Have Lived It
October 27 Decoding the ABC’s of Evidenced Based Treatment
November 24 Care for the Caregiver Helping Yourself While Helping Your Loved One
December 22 How to Help Your Loved One After Treatment

ERC Hope Orientation for Family & Friends

Join us virtually, every Wednesday for the Hope Orientation for Family & Friends. The Hope Orientation is open to all ERC friends and family and will be hosted on Zoom.

All stages of treatment are important, but the beginning is a critical foundation to them all. The Hope Orientation will help establish a strong beginning, middle and end.

When you attend this important Orientation, we’ll guide you through:

  • The basics: who, what, when, where, why, and next steps.
  • Practical tips for how to make the most of treatment.
  • Best ways to support your loved one during their early stages of recovery.
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Eating Recovery Center is accredited through the Joint Commission. This organization seeks to enhance the lives of the persons served in healthcare settings through a consultative accreditation process emphasizing quality, value and optimal outcomes of services.

Organizations that earn the Gold Seal of Approval™ have met or exceeded The Joint Commission’s rigorous performance standards to obtain this distinctive and internationally recognized accreditation. Learn more about this accreditation here.

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