BOSTON, Jan. 26, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Timberline Knolls, the nation's leading residential treatment center for women and adolescent girls struggling with eating disorders and other co-occurring disorders, and Delta Phi Epsilon at Northeastern University in Boston, are hosting a special health panel event, open to the public, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m., Saturday, February 3, 2018 in the Curry Ballroom on Northeastern's campus.
The event will support the work of Delta Phi Epsilon's philanthropy for The National Association for Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD). The speaker for the health panel, Jena Morrow, CADC, Alumnae Coordinator at Timberline Knolls and author of Hollow and Hope for the Hollow, will share her story of hope with Northeastern's community.
A panel discussion will follow that includes local counselors, dietitians, and eating disorder specialists who will speak on the various aspects of eating disorders, mental health, and education. The event will also include a buffet-style brunch, a self-love photo booth, and a silent auction where proceeds will be donated to ANAD.
Eating disorders affect upwards of 30 million people within the U.S. alone and becoming educated is the first step to a more enlightened future.
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About Timberline Knolls:
Timberline Knolls is a leading private residential treatment center for women and adolescent girls (ages 12 – 65+) with eating disorders, substance abuse, trauma, mood and co-occurring disorders. Located in suburban Chicago, residents receive excellent clinical care from a highly trained professional staff on a picturesque 43-acre wooded campus. An adult partial hospitalization program is also available on campus for step down as well as in Orland Park, Ill., for women to direct admit. For more information on Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center, call us at 877.257.9611. We are also on Facebook – Timberline Knolls, LinkedIn – Timberline Knolls and Twitter - @TimberlineToday.
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