Abolition: A Framework for Liberation in Eating-Disorder and Weight-Inclusive Care

Webinar – Abolition: A Framework for Liberation in Eating Disorder and Weight-Inclusive Care

Eating disorders are conditions that must be contextualized within the societal structures of oppression that define their development, occurrence, and treatment. Justice-oriented treatment for eating disorders must include explorations and pursuits of liberation and collective healing, which are currently largely neglected in treatment approaches. This webinar will assist attendees in:

  • Understanding the relevance of abolition as a praxis for mental health and eating disorder healing
  • Identifying the ways in which current treatment is carceral and failing many
  • Envisioning what it looks like to embody the values of freedom, agency, and liberation in eating disorder and weight inclusive care

All registrants will receive access to the webinar recording, transcript, and resources after the training.

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Jul 06 2023


Mountain Time (MDT)
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Jul 06 2023
  • Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM



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  • Dr. Jennie Wang-Hall (she/her)
    Dr. Jennie Wang-Hall (she/her)

    Dr. Jennie Wang-Hall (she/her) is a licensed psychologist in California who has treated eating disorders at all levels of care since 2011. Having trained in many settings and modalities, Dr. Wang-Hall has witnessed the utility and futility of various approaches to care. These learnings have aided her in crafting an eclectic and client centered lens that uplifts the agency and dignity of people living with eating disorders. Dr. Wang-Hall views the personal as political and translates her values as an abolitionist into her relationships with clients. Core to Dr. Wang-Hall’s approach is attunement to systems of oppression that manifest in both the development and treatment of eating disorders. She integrates attention to ableism, white supremacy, misogyny, cis heterosexism, capitalism, and settler colonialism in her care of individuals from all backgrounds struggling with eating disorders. Currently in private practice, Dr. Wang-Hall offers individual and group therapies, live meal support, trainings and consultation for providers, and online social media education. She is passionate about accessible, compassionate care for all people struggling with food and body concerns.

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