North Island Regional Eating Disorders Program

The North Island Regional Eating Disorder Program provides direct client services in both the Comox Valley and in Campbell River. Clinical support through education and in-services to health care providers and other agencies are offered to the Mount Waddington area upon request.

Services include:

  • individual therapy for adults (Comox Valley & Campbell River) and youth (Campbell River) experiencing eating disorders;
  • support for parents of youth experiencing eating disorders;
  • therapy groups
  • nutrition counselling and support for youth and adults;
  • community development, early intervention and prevention initiatives

This regional team includes counsellors and a dietitian. We collaborate and work with other community agencies and professionals including physicians to provide the best possible co-ordination of services.

Telehealth/Phone consultations are offered for clients in rural and remote areas, eg Mount Waddington

General Information on North Island Regional Eating Disorders Program

Referral Required?
Not required
How to Get Referral

Clients may self refer.

Family may refer.

Referral form for North Island Regional Eating Disorders Program.

Contact Us

Meredith Martin, Therapist
Comox Valley
250-331-5900 ext. 65325
Meredith.martin@viha.ca

Marilyn Ackerman, Therapist
Campbell River
250-850-2620 ext. 62962
Marilyn.ackerman@viha.ca

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