Eating Disorder Seminar
Saturday 24 February 2018, Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Your loved one (child/partner etc...) is struggling with an eating disorder and you are desperate to find answers. Perhaps you have tried clinics, several therapies and spoke to many professionals already. Yet, your loved one is still sick, if not even sicker. Where can you go? What can you do if you think you have tried it all?
This day is meant to educate you, but above all, to inspire you so that you can persevere, have hope and stay strong. Isabelle Plasmeijer (author of the book "The wolf in sheeps clothing" and founder of ISA Power) and Peggy Claudpierre, philosopher and therapist, (author of the book “The Secret Language of Eating Disorders” and soon to be published, ‘’Roses In The Vineyard’’,) will be speaking on this day. Peggy helped her own daughters recover from their eating disorder, when doctors offered little hope. In her clinic she helped men and women (of all ages) and children (as young as three, four, five and seven) from around the world to be well. Peggy treated people that have been given up as ‘hopeless’, ‘treatment resistant’; non-compliant’, declared, ‘hospice worthy’ and was able to turn their lives around to complete cure. You will learn of these examples and why they live lives without problems.
On Saturday the 24th of February we will tell you what it takes to get your loved one better. We will also share new insights into the negative mind and how to communicate with your loved one while she/he is going through the battle in his/her mind. You will have a chance to understand the derivation of the mind that controls your child’s life.
Who is it for?
This is no ordinary seminar. This day is especially for eating disorder sufferers and for parents, partners and other family members & friends who want to learn about eating disorders (and other related selfharm manifestations such as OCD,Depression,Agoraphobia
and Substance abuse) and it's cure.
Health professionals, coaches and doctors are welcome too. It is also for the public at large who may want to be aware generally of how these people are affected by society; the need for prevention; because ultimately, that also, will be the fastest cure.