WA event: Early intervention for schools

WA event: Early intervention for schools

Eating Disorders Training and Evaluation Centre (EDTEC)

About this event

This workshop provides a basic understanding of what eating disorders are, and how they affect a young person physically, emotionally and socially. Following a case study, the journey from initial concern for a young person, to taking appropriate steps to approach and speak to the young person and initiating intervention will be explored.

 




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