Becky Henry's Hope Network empowers caregivers to guide loved ones with eating disorders through recovery allowing them to reclaim JOY!

Becky welcomes you to the discussion on her blog at http://www.eatingdisorderfamilysupport.com/blog.html

For families looking to:

  • Stop feeling alone and/or blamed
  • Get tips & strategies for living with an eating disorder
  • Learn what to say and Not say
  • Educate yourself about eating disorders

For Treatment Centers who:

  • Want to empower, educate and support the parents/caregivers
  • Want to raise receive donations to your non-profit arm

For health care providers who:

  • Crave deeper understanding of the complexities of eating disorders
  • Seek knowledge of red flags to watch for prior to diagnosis and treatment
  • Want to understand the impact of shame/secrecy behind these illnesses
At least 50,000 individuals will die as a direct result of an eating disorder.
It is estimated that currently 11% of high school students have been diagnosed with an eating disorder.
– National Association of Anorexia Nervosa Associated Disorders 10-year study www.ANAD.org

Book Awards

2013 - Los Angeles Book Festival - Just Tell Her to Stop won Honorable Mention in the General Non-Fiction category.

2011 Independent Publisher Book Award (IPPY) - Just Tell Her to Stop won in the National Category for Mental Health/Psychology May 23, 2011 Awards Ceremony in NYC. :

Speaking Events

October 22, 2012 - Twin Cities Orthopedics - "Preparing for Surgery. Does Weight Matter?" CEU's offered.

October 13, 2012 - Writers Rock! Workshop - Century College - Self-Publishing Panel

September 15, 2012 - The Loft Literary Center, Minneapolis. Panel on Self-publishing and book marketing.

February 23, 2012 - NEDAW event at The Emily Program Foundation "Art and Eating Disorders" Open Mic night.

Nov 3, 2011 Moderator of Q & A with Dr. James Lock, Stanford Univ. at F.E.A.S.T. Symposium, Alexandria, VA http://www.feast-ed.org/Alexandria2011.aspx

Nov 17, 2011 Moms of Teens Group - Christ Presbyterian Church http://www.cpconline.org/index.php?content=momsofteens

Nov 17 & 18 Grand Rapids, MN Public Library 7pm & Itasca Community College 12pm present: The Lowdown on Eating Disorders From the TrenchesBoth open to the public.

October 11th & 12th - Timberline Knolls Treatment Center - Lemont, IL

August 22, 2011 - Common Good Books & The Emily Program Foundation host, "Joy and Hope - A discussion with Kathleen MacDonald of the Eating Disorders Coalition (EDC) Washington, DC & Becky Henry of Hope Network" Moderated by Kitty Westin.

The Emily Program Foundation Recovery Night - July 12th http://emilyprogramfoundation.org/community/recovery-night/

February 13, 2011 Eating Disorder Network of Maryland 5th Annual Eating Disorder Awareness Event Featuring Becky Henry

"Including Families in the Treatment of Eating Disorders-What difference does it make?"


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Becky Henry’s story of how she learned first-hand about eating disorders with an experience with her 14 year old daughter.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where do our families turn when they are being torn apart?

Where can one mother talk to another mother? 

Families also want answers to questions that range from simple–to almost unanswerable.

Here are some common questions and my answers:

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Read ‘Testimonials’ from families I have helped and inspired as well as support from healing experts.

"Hi Becky,
Just wanted to drop you a note to thank you for all your help and support.  Your guidance and wisdom was invaluable during one of the toughest times of my life. You always listened to me and then made sure I had a goal each week to help keep myself sane through all the trials of having a child with anorexia. Your knowledge and network of information was very helpful.  I could not have gotten through it without you." ~ Toni C.

“Thank you for writing it.” I am honored to know you and am grateful for your wonderful book - which is a gift to parents.

~ Cathy Vee, Parent

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