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.
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
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.