ED102 for Professionals
ED102 for Professionals
Eating Disorders Victoria
About this event
Build your confidence in understanding eating disorders and supporting people in recovery through this insightful 2-hour workshop.
Day: 17 Novermber
Time: 9am to 11am
Cost: $35 concession / $45 standard
- Key takeaways from ED101
- Physiological and psychological responses to dieting
- Eating disorder behaviours
- Intuitive eating and regular eating in recovery
- Weight bias and stigma
- Improving body image
- Understanding the nervous system, self-soothing and co-regulation
- Treatment options in Victoria
Who this workshop is for: This workshop is designed for professionals who may be working with people at risk of experiencing an eating disorder including mental health workers, youth workers, community workers, social workers, psychology students, school teachers and fitness professionals. We also welcome people from the general community, including carers who are interested in learning more about eating disorders.
Assumed knowledge: This workshop is an extension of the ED101: Eating Disorders Explained, which covers eating disorder risk factors, warning signs and types of eating disorders. Please read through the fact sheets on our website if you have no prior knowledge of eating disorders.
If you require any support or information prior to the event, please contact the EDV Hub on 9994 0354 or email@example.com.
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