Welcome to the blog space of the Looking Glass community, where we post our own and others’ reflections and perspectives on eating disorder issues, journeys of recovery, and other helpful tips and tools.
Our mission is to recognize, honour and support applicants who are recovering or have recovered from an Eating Disorder. We are proud to promote the opportunity for students to make a difference through post-secondary education.
The Aspire to Higher Scholarships are awarded based on demonstrated community service, leadership, academic achievement and/or financial need...
Great news - we’re collaborating with the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) to host this very special 12-week psychology education series for individuals seeking change and recovery from their eating disordered behaviour!
A donor family generously supported the creation of Laura’s Garden to honour their daughter. They provided the impetus and funds to create a therapeutic space for Woodstone residents to handle foods from seed to table. The garden is nourishing in so many ways and is greatly appreciated by both residents and members of the Woodstone team.
That's right - our founding mothers (left to right) Deborah Grimm, Dolores Elliot, and Cindy Dobbe are official nominees for this year's YWCA Women of Distinction Awards! And who could think of a more deserving threesome?
Journalism is rewarding, especially when stories have an impact on public policy or when they lead to positive change for those in greatest need. Last week, the provincial government announced it was pledging $4.1 million to help launch the Woodstone Residence for patients aged 17 to 24 with eating disorders...
Looking Glass Foundation respectfully acknowledges that our work takes place on the unceded traditional territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.
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