Eating Disorders Association of Canada. eating disorders; clinicians; researchers; professionals; association; Canada; anorexia; bulimia; binge eating; ARFID; OSFED; troubles alimentaires; troubles de l’alimentation; cliniciens; chercheurs; recherche; professionnels; association; Canada; anorexie; boulimie; hyperphagie; Trouble de restriction ou evitement de l'ingestion d'aliments; Autre trouble de l'alimentation ou de l'ingestion d'aliments specifié
 

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Members who join after November 1st shall have their membership credited to the following year.

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Regular Membership

$125 / Year

Membership for Concurrent AED Member

$118.75 / Year

Member-in-Training (Student)

$75 / Year

Regular Membership
(2 years)

$230

Membership for Concurrent AED Member
(2 years)

$219.5

What is EDAC-ATAC?

EDAC-ATAC is a Canadian organization of professionals in the field of eating disorders and related areas, dedicated to serving the needs of those whose lives are impacted by eating disorders. Our national community is small, our geography huge. Membership to our growing organization provides numerous opportunities for communication and collaboration across our country.

The EDAC-ATAC Board of Directors would like to welcome new members and to thank renewing members for their support of EDAC-ATAC , each and every year. We encourage those involved in the care and research of eating disorders to stand up and be counted amongst peers from across Canada in strengthening this new and first ever Canadian association of eating disorder professionals.

EDAC-ATAC has completed its 12th year since incorporating in 2018. Joining EDAC-ATAC provides opportunities to connect with clinicians who share your interests and allows you to be a part of a growing organization dedicated to improving care for individuals with eating disorders across Canada.

Membership dues will help support the Board of Directors in working together to establish the groundwork for what we hope will be a vibrant and scholarly association. Our national community is small, our geography huge. EDAC-ATAC needs your help and hopes that you will also consider volunteering some time to help us develop. Let’s join together to make this happen!

Members who join after November 1st shall have their membership credited to the following year. 

EDAC-ATAC is registered as a not for profit organization in the Province of Ontario. Memberships are available for one and two calendar years, and run January-December.

Why join EDAC-ATAC?

EDAC-ATAC accomplishments in 2020:

 
  • Two EDAC-ATAC Sections each met several times during the year:
    • Nutrition
    • Psychotherapists in Private Practice
  • While less active in 2020, these Sections may resume activities in the coming year:
    • Occupational Therapy
    • Student
  • In February, we launched our webinar series by hosting Dr. Josie Geller’s “Compassion for Everyone! Overcoming barriers in our patients and its role in the delivery of collaborative care”. Three more webinars were held throughout the year and are posted on our website (see below).
  • Three robust newsletters were distributed to members this year that outlined updates from the organization, highlights from research and invited contributions from various areas.
  • Planning for EDAC-ATAC’s 7th biennial conference scheduled for November 2020 in Montreal was well underway when, unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it had to postponed.

What’s ahead in 2021:

  • EDAC-ATAC’s 7th biennial conference has been rescheduled for October 5-6, 2021, at the Hotel Omni in Montreal. We are hopeful that this conference can take place in person and will keep you updated via your inbox and our website. PS:  Postponed to 2022.
  • Launch of the Members Only section of our website. This can be accessed by using your Venue West login and password.  View past webinars, review newsletters, and access the new members forum.  More information will be circulated in the coming weeks.
  • Launch of a Members Forum. Members will have the opportunity to post a comment that will be shared with those who opted-in to participate in the forum community, and will also allow for some discussion on a particular topic, responding, sharing of resources, etc.  Watch your inbox for more information.
  • Continued website improvements that include a section on our main page for job postings and recruitment for research studies (for members).

Don’t miss out on what EDAC-ATAC has to offer!

  • Access to bi-monthly webinars by experts in the field
  • Receive EDAC-ATAC News and Views newsletter
  • Enhanced opportunities to network with Canadian providers within our field
  • The opportunity to join and participate in EDAC-ATAC section activities
  • Receive PowerPoint presentations and video links from our previous EDAC-ATAC Conferences
  • News and updates regarding Canadian Eating Disorders publications and research and the National Strategic Initiative
  • Reduced rate for Student and AED membership
  • Reduced registration rate for the Conference in Montreal