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Collaborative Care Skills Workshop 
for parents, partners and carers

In this six-week workshop, facilitated by a qualified counsellor, you will develop practical skills to support your loved one with an eating disorder progress towards recovery.

This evidence-based workshop will help you:

  • Recognise and learn about your caring style
  • Understand what may be happening in your loved one’s mind
  • Explore communication styles and develop problem solving skills
  • Connect with others going through a similar experience
  • Balance everyday life whilst supporting their loved one
  • Learn, practise and apply new skills to support and encourage recovery.

Upcoming workshop:

Where: Hobart
Date: August date TBC
Time: 6.30 – 8.30pm 
Fee: $150/participant or $250/ couple. We’re committed to making support affordable and accessible, with a reduced fee available for people on low incomes.
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After registering, you can pay online for the workshop or by cash at the venue.

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