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Collaborative Care Skills Workshop 
for parents, partners and carers

The Collaborative Care Skills Workshop (CCSW) is based in South Australia and run in collaboration with the Statewide Eating Disorder Service (SEDS). 

This workshop runs for six weeks, designed to help carers:

  • 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

Details for the next workshop are below:

Date: Wednesdays 21 February – 22 March 2018
6pm - 8pm
Location: Statewide Eating Disorder Service, 2A Jetty Road, Brighton, South Australia
Cost: $150/participant or $250/ couple (free for healthcare card holders). All proceeds go to the Butterfly Foundation.

To make an online payment, please click here



To register or for more information please call Dr Ertimiss Eshkevari at Statewide Eating Disorder Service: (08) 8198 0800

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