Professional Development: A Closer Look at Eating Disorders

Professional development (PD) New Zealand (nationwide)

Posted: 23 June 2021
Notice reference #: 1HAMPC

Who should attend this webinar?

Anyone who works in a professional care role or supports people through all forms of grief, loss and difficult life situations e.g. Social Workers, Teachers, Counsellors, Doctors, EMT, Corrections, Mental Health, Hospice, Volunteers etc.

Overview

This professional training webinar aims to take a closer look at types, common misconceptions, and methods for treating Eating Disorders and Disordered Eating. What does research tell us? What is the impact?

Eating disorders are complex mental illnesses that are often misunderstood, stigmatized and do not enjoy many accessible, affordable support and treatment services. Through understanding eating disorders and breaking common misconceptions, we are better able to support an individual with an eating disorder or disordered eating in sourcing fit-for-purpose support and treatment programmes that are easily accessed and affordable in New Zealand and Australia.

Key Learning Points

  • The different types of eating disorders
  • Common misconceptions about eating disorders
  • Common co-occurring conditions
  • Methods for treating eating disorders
  • What current research tells us
  • The impact of eating disorders
  • Canopy innovation in NZ and AUS and worldwide
  • The power of peer and non-clinical support
  • Lived Experience

Webinar Structure

All our webinars are 120mins (2hrs) in length and delivered through Zoom platform.  They are presented live and recorded.  Recordings can be accessed by registrants for a limited time after the initial session, this gives more flexibility for access and revision.

Cost

$79 + GST per person with group discounts available for 5 or more

Events summary

New Zealand (nationwide)

06 July 2021 – 06 July 2021

Further information

Contact: Larissa Repia

 (021) 025 45866

events@griefcentre.org.nz

book.griefcentre.org.nz/EatdisorderNZ