Emerging is an eight-week program that encourages and helps you to re-engage with your healthy self. It looks at positive thinking and feelings about your body and food, provides new inspiration towards wellness and gives you renewed hope for recovery.
It includes topics such as:
All sessions are safe, supportive, practical and recovery-focused. Each week in the program, participants will build upon skills developed in prior weeks, creating a strong foundation of internal resources which can be called on at need. This program runs several times throughout the year and Butterfly will notify when the next workshop is planned.
"Emerging" is open to any individual 18 years or over who is experiencing an eating disorder and who is motivated to recover. However for the safety and well-being of all attendees, we do set some minimum wellness criteria.
Where: Crows Nest, NSW
Date: Mondays, 9 September - 28 October. Places are limited
Register by: 1 September
Time: 6 – 8 pm
Fee: $25 per session for 8 sessions, which can be paid in instalments. We’re committed to making support affordable and accessible, with a reduced fee available for people on low incomes.
Find out more information or register now: please contact Archana, Support Programs Coordinator Sydney at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Butterfly National Helpline on 1800 33 4673.
* Hobart Emerging course coming soon. For more information please contact Caitlin, Eating Disorders Coordinator, Hobart on 0474 004 443 or email email@example.com.
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