WEDAD 2021: Equity for Eating Disorders
International Women's Day 2021 - Conversations with Eating Disorders Qld
WEDAD 2020: Recovery & Lived Experience
WEDAD 2019: Eating Disorders Can't Afford To Wait
WEDAD 2018: Debunking the myths around Eating Issues
Recovery through Connected Eating – Community Cooking
Recovery Through Connected Eating: Vodcasts
Episode 5, part 1, December 2020
Holiday Season Preparation: A Conversation. We know that the December holiday season can be a difficult time for those in eating disorder recovery, as well as for their loved ones. General Manager Belinda Chelius joined Carer Leslee, and Lived Experience Speaker Laura recently to answer questions we received from clients. We hope these are helpful as you prepare for meals and events during the holiday season.
Episode 4, part 2, June 2020
Exercise & Eating Disorders, Part 2. Our General Manager Belinda Chelius and Exercise Physiologist Alanah Dobinson explore the latest thinking around approaches towards exercise for those with an eating disorder.
Episode 4, part 1, March 2020
Exercise & Eating Disorders. Our General Manager Belinda Chelius and Exercise Physiologist Alanah Dobinson explore the latest thinking around approaches towards exercise for those with an eating disorder.
Episode 3 - December 2019
Recovery Through Connected Eating episode 3: Carer Fatigue. Our General Manager Belinda Chelius and carer Marc Bryant talk in depth about this common and very real issue for Carers, Families and Loved Ones.
Episode 2, December 2018
Belinda Chelius and Megan Bray discuss Megan's journey through recovery. They talk about : "Bad" Foods and "Good" Foods, Myths about Carbohydrates, What does an adequate meal look like? and Tips for Eating Over the Holidays.
Episode 1 - May 2018
This episode features Belinda Chelius, General Manager at EDQ, interviewing Megan Bray, registered dietitian and senior mentor. They explore common challenges and ideas around connected eating skills to assist in overcoming these challenges.
Recovered - Eating Issues in Our Own Words
Filmed in 2016 when we were still The Eating Issues Centre. This short film is an introduction to who we are and what we do. The main theme of this film is that recovery from eating issues is possible, whoever you are and whatever stage of treatment you find yourself at.