International Conference on Eating Disorders
Coming of Age as a Global Field
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Sponsors & Exhibitors

There's Still Time to Showcase Your Products and Services at the 2014 ICED

ICED 2014You still have time to get your product or service in front of a record-setting crowd of eating disorder professionals and decision makers. The Academy for Eating Disorder’s annual flagship event, the International Conference on Eating Disorders (ICED), is the primary global gathering place for researchers, clinicians and professionals dedicated to the treatment and prevention of eating disorders. This year we will be in the vibrant city of New York!
Interest in AED and ICED continues to grow. The Academy has more members now than ever before -- a record number of abstracts were submitted for ICED 2014. A third poster session has been added to allow for more presentations.

There is no better way to stay connected to your current customers while introducing your product and services to prospective customers, practitioners and researchers from around the world – all under one roof!

Sponsorship opportunities include: 

• Schedule-at-a-Glance
• Twitter Board
• Mentor/Mentee Breakfast

AED also welcomes Educational Grants* to support the education sessions of the ICED conference. Choose among the following options:

• Full Education
• Clinical Teaching Day Workshop Support
• Scholarship Grant


• Exhibit Prospectus
• Exhibit Contract
• Education Support and Sponsorship Prospectus
• Sponsorship Contract 

Note: Exhibit space is limited in New York, act now to ensure your organization will be represented at the world’s premier gathering of eating disorder professionals.

Who should exhibit at or support the ICED?

ICED participants are interested in commercial and nonprofit organizations, institutions, agencies and foundations related to eating disorders treatment, research, education and advocacy, such as:

• Medical and wellness centers
• Residential facilities
• Hospitals
• Treatment centers
• Behavioral health centers
• Health management and maintenance organizations
• Counseling centers
• Psychiatric centers
• Publishers
• Recruiters
• Software developers
• Professional education and CME programs
• Government/regulatory agencies
• Professional societies and associations
• Patient/consumer advocacy groups
• Food and beverage manufacturers

Participation Benefits

Your participation helps AED contain registration fees for the meeting and improve the overall quality of the event for participants at all levels. In return, your organization can expect:

• Exposure beyond the meeting in AED publications and on the AED website, reaching attendees and non-attendees alike
• Networking opportunities with leaders in the field and key decision makers
• Access to information about the latest developments in the marketplace
• An influential opportunity to build awareness of your brand and showcase your company

For specific questions, please contact Brenda Howe, Registration, Exhibit and Support Manager at 


Thank you to our 2014 Sponsors

Silver Sponsor

CRC Health Group

Bronze Sponsors

Laureate Eating Disorders Program 
Timberline Knolls 


Acute Center for Eating Disorders
Academy for Eating Disorders
A-Fordable Billing Solutions
Avalon Hills
BALANCE Eating Disorder Treatment Center
Cambridge Eating Disorder Center
CARF International
Casa Palmera
Castlewood Treatment Center
Center for Change
Center for Discovery
The Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt
Columbia Weill Cornell Center for Eating Disorders
Columbus Park Collaborative
Eating Disorder Program at Atlantic Health Systems
Eating Disorders Center of Denver
Eating Recovery Center
The Emily Program
The Hearth Center for Eating Disorders
Johns Hopkins University

The Joint Commission
La Ventana Treatment Program
Laureate Eating Disorders Program
MA Healthcare Ltd.
McCallum Eating Disorders Recovery Center
McLean Hospital
Monte Nido & Affiliates
National Eating Disorders Association
O’Connor Professional Group
Oliver Pratt Centers
The Renfrew Center
River Oaks Hospital
Rogers Memorial Hospital
Succeed Foundation
Timberline Knolls
UCSD Eating Disorder Center
University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro Center for Eating Disorders Care
Veritas Collaborative
Walden Behavioral Care


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