Skills to help your loved one overcome an eating disorder.
6 consecutive Tuesday evenings: 12 May - 16 June 2020
Free online workshop
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.
When: Tuesday 12 May 2020 for 6 consecutive Tuesday evenings
Time: 7:30pm-9:30pm AEST
Where: Online on your device (internet connection required)
To register your interest in this workshop: Contact the Butterfly National Helplne 1800 ED HOPE.
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