WA event: Eating Disorders Essentials - A two-day workshop for parents and carers

WA event: Eating Disorders Essentials - A two-day workshop for parents and carers

Eating Disorder Training and Evaluation Centre (EDTEC)

About this event

Parents, carers and families have an important role in supporting a loved one with an eating disorder

This workshop will teach you:
- How an eating disorder affects physical health, emotions, developmental milestones and family relationships
- What you can do to support your loved one on their journey through an eating disorder towards recovery


To book your free place go to https://www.trybooking.com/BNIPL . Bookings essential. Bookings open one month prior to each workshop.


Places will be allocated to families of the PCH Eating Disorders Program and our waiting list first.
Bookings for families in treatment with other providers will be confirmed once registration is received




Contact Details

Person: Ulrike O'Sullivan

Email: Ulrike.O'sullivan@health.wa.gov.au




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