The 30-minute documentary film illustrates four of the primary types of eating disorders through expert interviews, personal family stories, hopeful journeys of recovery and NORMAL rock musical footage sung by Broadway and American Idol performers.
Featuring: Carolyn Costin, Dr. Kim Dennis, Laura Discipio, Lynn Grefe, Dr. Laura Lees and Chevese Turner as well as interviews with the collaborators of nor.mal: the musical and several individuals in recovery.
Since its release, the ED 101 film has been seen by thousands of individuals and used in schools, treatment centers and practices worldwide as an effective introduction to eating disorders. The film is accompanied by resource materials, discussion guidebook and an array of handouts.
Educational Licenses Available:
- for public screenings in educational and nonprofit venues
- for classroom and instruction
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“ED 101, was an incredibly useful tool for the women of Delta Phi Epsilon during our annual Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders Vigil. Not only is it an extremely informative film, but the personal stories woven throughout the scenes help the viewer to understand and appreciate the true realities of eating disorders. The film served as a wonderful method to introduce the topic of eating disorders to the women in my organization and stimulate a discussion about personal mindfulness and how to maintain a positive body image in a college environment.” ~Lily Jordahl, Vice President of Programming, NYU Delta Phi Epsilon
The rights to the educational licenses and screenings do not expire. Please contact us to learn more.
This program was funded by the Judy Bradshaw Children’s Foundation, the Hilda & Preston Davis Foundation, the Mary Black Foundation and United Way of the Piedmont.
We dedicate this project in loving memory to: Dargan Bradshaw, Alex DeVinny, Kyra Radsek, Erin Riederer, Andrea Smeltzer and the too many individuals who have lost their lives to eating disorders.