September 30, 2021 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Join us for a panel discussion about trans+ affirming care.

Licensed professionals M Reim Ifrach and Sand Chang will address what trans+ affirming care is, how to actively practice, current barriers to care, and impacts on long-term recovery.

Who is this event for? All are welcome to register, that means you!

Is there a cost? This event is FREE, we will always leave an opportunity for you to donate to our efforts to be an effective resource in the prevention of eating disorders and accessible care.


Sand Chang, PhD


Sand is a Chinese American genderfluid/nonbinary/femme psychologist/trainer in practice for over 15 years. Dr. Chang’s work is focused on intersectional body liberation. Dr. Chang co-authored A Clinician’s Guide to Gender Affirming Care (New Harbinger, 2018) and the APA Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Clients (2015). Sand’s work is focused on gender, sexuality, disordered eating (from an anti-diet and HAES perspective), addictions, trauma/EMDR, Internal Family Systems (IFS), and attachment concerns. Sand is a certified Body Trust Provider and have designed online education to help people heal from diet culture.


M Reim Ifrach, REAT,




M is a trans/non-binary art therapist, fat activist and artist whose work focuses on body justice, intersectional social justice and treatment equity access. They co-own Rainbow Recovery where they support people through the gender affirmation process, complex trauma recovery, eating disorder recovery and body image issues. They do similar work for Walden Behavioral Healthcare where M is focusing on the promotion and creation of LGBTQIA2+ centered care. M serves as part of the board of directors for Project HEAL and is an adjunct professor at Albertus Magnus College where they have taught Multicultural Practices in Art Therapy and Eating Disorder Treatment in Art Therapy.


Aims Babich


Aims is the Program Manager at The Eating Disorder Foundation. They facilitate the Trans+ & Nonbinary Support Group and manage the Mentorship Programs as well as volunteers. They received their B.A. in Psychology from the Metropolitan State University of Denver, with a minor in Integrative Healthcare. They have devoted many years of advocacy and outreach to eating disorders and mental health, LGBTQ+ issues, survivors of domestic and sexual violence, and human rights. Aims aligns all of their work with the foundation of social justice, community care, and activism.

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