The documentary film Someday Melissa, the story of an
eating disorder, loss and hope offers an inside look at life
with an eating disorder—painful and devastating, but ultimately
a starting point on the road to recovery. This intimate look at
one young woman’s struggle invites viewers to get to know
Melissa, to imagine themselves in her place, and to envision
new possibilities for their own lives.
Post film discussion, will be facilitated by Jennie Kramer, MSW, LCSW,
Founder & Executive Director, Metro Behavioral Health Assoc. Eating Disorders Centers
and Marcie Schneider, MD, FAAP, FSAM, Founder of Greenwich Adolescent Medicine, LLC,
and will include Melissa Avrin's mother Judy, Executive Producer of the film.
It is recommended that anyone under the age of 16 be accompanied by an adult.
Tickets: $5 online. $7.50 at the event (CASH ONLY at the door)
For further information on the event, contact Heather Maguire, Fusion Academy, (949) 335-8011
For further information about the film, visit www.somedaymelissa.org