Youth with eating disorders are often lonely and terrified. Families often don't know what to do. There may be a delay between the start of an eating disorder and a decision to look for help. The person with the problem may feel more and more isolated.
Join us in this workshop to know how eating disorders affect all racial and ethnic groups. Boys and young men can also develop eating disorders where the focus on leanness, weight control, and muscle building is common. Eating disorders in boys can be serious and may be life-threatening.
Parents, relatives, and school personnel need to be aware of risk factors and symptoms of eating disorders to identify them early and take the necessary steps to address these issues early to ensure the best possible outcomes for children and teens.Click here to register