Event: 
HELPING CLIENTS OVERCOME BULIMIA, BINGE EATING & SUBCLINICAL DISORDERED EATING: SKILLS-BASED TRAINING FOR PROFESSIONALS IN COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL GUIDED SELF-HELP (CBT-GSH)
Date: 
November 8, 2019 - 9:00am
Cost: 
$95*
Updated: 
21st December 2018

HELPING CLIENTS OVERCOME BULIMIA, BINGE EATING & SUBCLINICAL DISORDERED EATING: SKILLS-BASED TRAINING FOR PROFESSIONALS IN COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL GUIDED SELF-HELP (CBT-GSH)

CBT Guided Self Help is a highly structured yet client driven and collaborative therapy using evidence-based cognitive behavioural techniques to overcome Bulimia Nervosa (BN), Binge Eating problems (BED) and subclinical disordered eating. The model provides clinicians and clients with a time-limited, six step, cumulative framework for helping clients move to recovery.

Objectives:

This interactive workshop will provide clinicians with an overview of eating disorders, key cognitive behavioural treatment concepts, and practical skill development in evidence-based guided self-help strategies including:

  • monitored eating
  • meal planning
  • intervening in the urge to binge
  • problem solving
  • addressing mindsets
  • maintenance plans & relapse prevention

Target audience:

Health professionals working with people experiencing body image concerns and eating disorders. Priority will be given to Victorian public mental health clinicians.

Venue & booking:

Venue: Hospital Education Centre (HEC)
Royal Melbourne Hospital - Royal Park Campus
34-54 Poplar Road, PARKVILLE, 3052, VIC
Cost: Clinicians employed in Victorian public mental health services: $95.00
Other health professionals: $230.00
Morning tea, lunch, and afternoon tea will be provided.
Registrations:https://www.trybooking.com/BAAMQ . Registrations close 1 November 2019.

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