Libration: Eating Disorder Education
 
 

Our Mission:

LIBERATION

Accessible care. Inclusive community. Free minds and bodies.

 
 
 
 
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Our Mission

LEDE’s mission is to close the service gap in eating disorder care through financially accessible, evidence-based treatment, rooted in body liberation and social justice frameworks.

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Our Goals

LEDE trains clinicians in evidence-based treatment practices, rooted in body liberation and social justice frameworks. The overarching goal of the program is to provide accessible, culturally-relevant eating disorder treatment for the community, while growing and training a more inclusive community of eating disorder therapists.

 

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ACCESSIBLE CARE

Provide clients with greater access to eating disorder treatment

 

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INCLUSIVE COMMUNITY

Train and grow a more inclusive professional community of providers specialized in eating disorder care

 
 

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EXPAND TREATMENT models

Expand existing treatment models to be more culturally-relevant, grounded in body liberation and social justice frameworks

 
 

Our Programs

 

WTC EATING DISORDER TRAINING TRACK

LEDE is currently partnering with the Women’s Therapy Center (WTC) in Berkeley, to train a cohort of its interns. LEDE provides interns with specialized training in the treatment of eating disorders, grounded in best practices from a scientific and social justice framework. The training includes didactics, case conference and individual supervision with experts in the field. Didactic topics include: diagnosis and case conceptualization; assessment; medical & nutritional aspects; treatment approaches; working as part of a multidisciplinary team; body politics and sociocultural influences. Read more…

PROFESSIONAL TRAININGS

LEDE is available to provide clinical trainings for individuals and community organizations looking to grow their capacity to treat eating disorders. Get in touch to find out more about our offerings.

 
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“Dieting is the most potent political sedative in women’s history; a quietly mad population is a tractable one.”

NAOMI WOLF | THE BEAUTY MYTH 

 

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Volunteer opportunities

Are you an eating disorder treatment provider interested in training and mentoring clinicians new to the field?

Make a Donation

Want to grow accessible eating disorder care? Donations go toward training scholarships & trainer stipends.