North Shore Youth Eating Disorders Program (North Shore & Sea to Sky)

The North Shore Youth Eating Disorders Program (NSY EDP) partners with paediatricians to offer medical monitoring in a clinic setting along with counselling and nutritional support to youth ages 11-19 who are struggling with disordered eating/clinical eating disorders and live in the North Shore, Bowen Island, Sunshine Coast and Sea to Sky regions. Our services include assessment, early intervention, and treatment, and are free of charge.
The North Shore Youth Eating Disorders Program team is comprised of the following individuals:
Dr. Sue Stock, Paediatrician: Medical monitoring. 604-924-3133 
Dr. Glenn Robertson, Paediatrician: Medical monitoring. 604-924-3133 
CaraLynne McLean, M.O.C., RCC: Individual therapist & family educator. 604-992-4814 
Ellen Mackay, MSc, RD: Dietitian. 604-418-2139 
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6th floor – 132 West Esplanade
North Vancouver, BC V7M 1A2
Phone: 604-992-4814 or 604-983-6883
49° 18' 42.0264" N, 123° 4' 50.0448" W

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