EDCT Programs & Events
Why Songs? Why Stories?
An eating disorder gains its power from silence and secrecy.
Those who suffer often withdraw from their friends, family and normal activities. But those who voice their struggle begin to fight back; they break the eating disorder’s imposed silence by sharing their story. That simple, yet powerful act can initiate the process of recovery – and help return music to a life once deafened by a devastating mental illness.
"An Evening of Song & Story" is EDCT's signature fundraiser dinner.
Thursday, May 2, 2013
Dogwood Ballroom at the Knoxville Expo Center (5441 Clinton Hwy. Knoxville, TN 37912)
6:00 p.m. Cocktails | 7:00 p.m. Dinner and Program
Musical Guest: Singer-songwriter and Nashville native Kendall Cooke
Speaker: EDCT Knoxville Regional Coordiantor, Renee Taylor-Sapp, will share her personal story.
More Info: Purchase a ticket or a table. This year's event is chaired by Renee Taylor-Sapp, Karen Wetherall, & Kristin Carver.
Clinical Trainings and Workshops
No professional trainings are planned at this time.
Families Supporting Families
Families Supporting Families (FSF) seeks to provide a free forum of education and support for parents, siblings, spouses, partners and friends of individuals with eating disorders.
EDCT-Knoxville's FSF group meets every first and third Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Moonpointe, a Focus Treatment Centers Intensive Outpatient Program for Eating Disorders, located at 2210 Sutherland Ave., Ste. 108, Knoxville, TN (Cherokee Mills Center - enter building by the "2210" sign and proceed to the first door on the left). The group is facilitated by Katelyn Brown-Gomez.