Skills to help your loved one overcome an eating disorder.
6 consecutive Thursday evenings - to be held May 2019 (exact dates TBC)
Caring for a person with an eating disorder is a long-term and skilled commitment. Yet families are often expected to provide care without any training or support.
In this six-week workshop, facilitated by qualified counsellors, you’ll develop practical skills to support your loved one with an eating disorder in their progress towards recovery - all in the comfort of your home.
Anyone, anywhere in Australia, caring for a loved one experiencing or recovering from an eating disorder, whether they are a family member, friend, colleague or partner. Those experiencing an eating disorder cannot attend or listen in.
This evidence-led workshop, based on Janet Treasure’s book Skills-Based Caring for a Loved One with an Eating Disorder, will help you:
There is no cost involved. Our online courses are free.
Program format: Phone conference/webinar
You’ll need: Access to the internet and a phone connection - we will send out log in information once registration is complete.
Commencing May 2019
Dates will be released soon.
For more information or to register your interest in upcoming workshops email email@example.com.
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