We know that the holiday's can be a stressful and difficult time for everyone. At BANA we've put together some ideas that might help make the season a little more merry and bright. EAT REGULARLY Eat regularly and in some kind of reasonable pattern to help avoid the desire to binge. Do not avoid
Our society places great emphasis on physical attributes. Teaching young people to increase their confidence in their own unique talents, abilities and interests reduces their reliance on physical appearance as their main measure of self-worth. Poor body image and self-esteem in youth can lead to them withdrawing from social, academic and economic opportunities. Building
This past October the staff at BANA was thrilled to receive the Platinum Level Gord Smith Healthy Workplace Wellness Award from the Windsor Essex County Health Unit. Wellness in the workplace cannot be treated as a band-aid. It’s not something that you can find online or in a fitness app. It requires dedication, motivation,
Check out this great interview by the Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health with BANA’s Executive Director, Luciana Rosu-Sieza.
Bulimia Anorexia Nervosa Association requires a full-time CLINICAL THERAPIST in the outpatient clinical program. This is a contract 1.5 year maternity leave position commencing on June 18, 2018 (time frame may vary) and expires on February 3, 2020.
Windsor’s Bulimia Anorexia Nervosa Association’s Executive Director Luciana Rosu-Sieza and Board President, Sara Woodruff-Atkinson, joined Yvan Baker, MPP for Etobicoke Centre today at Queens Park as he tabled “the Combatting Eating Disorders in Ontario Act”.
This past weekend BANA celebrated it’s 35th Anniversary with a roaring 1920’s Gala at Caesar’s Windsor. A special friend of BANA’s sent greetings that we’d like to share with all of you and we hope it moves you as much as it did us. Thank you Madame Sophie Grégoire Trudeau for