Learn new skills to help your loved one overcome an eating disorder.
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.
With evidence-based strategies, this workshop will help you:
Anyone caring for a loved one experiencing or recovering from an eating disorder, whether they are a family member, friend, colleague or partner.
Where: Hobart, Tasmania
Date: Tuesday evenings, starting 18 February 2020 for six weeks
Time: 6 - 8pm
Fee: Reduced fee of $50/participant or $70/couple, thanks to the support of the Tasmanian Government.
For more information or to register: Contact Caitlin, Eating Disorders Coordinator, Hobart on 0474 004 443 or email email@example.com.
Where: Crows Nest, Sydney, NSW
Date: 28 March & 4 April 2020
Register by: 17 March 2020, places limited
Time: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
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.
For more information or to register: Call 1800 33 4673 or email Archana, Support Programs Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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