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Eating awareness information sessions

The Eating Awareness Team at St John of God Waipuna runs an information night series titled "Food, Mood and Peaceful Living". These information sessions are open to people of all ages and aim to provide education to those who may be suffering from an eating issue or disorder, family and friends of people suffering from an eating issue or disorder, or other members of the community who may be interested in finding out more about eating issues and disorders.

What is an eating issue?

An eating issue happens when someone has an unhealthy relationship with food, as a result of repetitive dieting, binge eating and purging (abusing laxatives or exercising excessively), or refusing to eat. People of any size can have an eating issue.

What do the sessions cover?

Food relationship

The information sessions run from 6 pm to 7:30 pm over three consecutive weeks. Please contact us for the dates of the next information series.

Cost: Free

Location: 349 Woodham Rd, Wainoni, Christchurch

For more information, or to register your interest in attending, please contact the Eating Awareness Team at St John of God Waipuna on (03) 386‑2159 or email Spaces are limited, so please register your interest before attending.

Written by St John of God Waipuna. Adapted by HealthInfo clinical advisers. Endorsed by the South Island Eating Disorders Service, Canterbury DHB. Last reviewed December 2017.


Page reference: 74408

Review key: HIEDI-73561