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Academy of Eating Disorders

The Academy for Eating Disorders is a global professional association committed to leadership in eating disorders research, education, treatment, and prevention. Their goal is to provide global access to knowledge, research and best treatment practice for eating disorders.

AED Critical Points for Early Recognition & Medical Risk Management in the Care of Individuals with Eating Disorders 2016

Often referred to as, “the purple brochure,” this guide from the Academy for Eating Disorders’ (AED) Medical Care Standards Task Force, is intended as a resource to promote recognition of, and risk management in the care of, those with eating disorders.

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Anthropometric Assessment

Assessment tool for recording anthropometric measurements which may indicate the presence of an eating disorder.

Approach to early intervention in eating disorders for PHNs

Operation EAT (Early Action and Treatment) is a model of intervening early in eating disorders for a community. It is an approach targeting disordered eating, emerging eating disorders, and early-in-illness treatment to tackle these challenging and debilitating conditions and prevent long term morbidity and mortality. It uses multiple primary care settings, health practitioners, families and the wider community to provide…

Assessment of Physical Activity in Eating Disorders

A tool for assessing the degree to which physical activity is problematic for a client

Australian and New Zealand Academy of Eating Disorders (ANZAED)

The Australia & New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders (ANZAED) is the peak body for eating disorder professionals involved in research, prevention, treatment and advocacy in Australia, New Zealand and beyond.

Body Image Distress in Young People – Parent Handout

Developed by the CEED team (clinicians and carer) based on a survey of parents, this resource has been designed for clinicians to work through with families to provide support in managing body image distress in young people.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Body-Image-Distress-Tip-Sheet.pdf

Body Mass Index (BMI) Percentiles in Diagnosis & Family-Based Treatment of AN BOYS (7 – 16 yrs)

BMI at 50th percentile or median BMI (mBMI) is used in Family-Based Treatment for AN to define a client’s ‘Expected Body Weight’ (EBW), and provides a general guide to expected healthy BMI for age. Healthy BMI for age for very slight or robust framed individuals may range above or below this figure.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/BMI-percentiles-BOYS-7-16-years-FBT.pdf

Body Mass Index (BMI) Percentiles in Diagnosis & Family-Based Treatment of AN GIRLS (7 – 16 yr)

BMI at 50th percentile or median BMI (mBMI) is used in Family-Based Treatment for AN to define a client’s ‘Expected Body Weight’ (EBW), and provides a general guide to expected healthy BMI for age. Healthy BMI for age for very slight or robust framed individuals may range above or below this figure. Delayed height growth (stunting) will require separate assessment…

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/BMI-percentiles-GIRLS-7-16-years-FBT.pdf

Carer Consultation Process

Summary of the CEED Carer Consultation Process reasons and why your service may consider requesting this support.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Carer-consultation-process-summary-for-services-FINAL-1.pdf

Case Management and Care Leadership for Eating Disorders: CEED Guide to Eating Disorder Recovery / Treatment Care Team Planning

A guide for clinicians working with clients with Anorexia Nervosa and other severe eating disorder presentations. This resource can be be used after assessment and discussion with the client and/or family about their views of what will help and available treatment options

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Guide-Care-Team-Rx-Planning-for-ED-Recovery.pdf

CEED Carer Support Resources

Developed by Sarah Brown (CEED Carer Consultant), Lisa Romanin (Carer Peer Support, NorthWestern Mental Health) in collaboration with Eating Disorders Families Australia (EDFA), Eating Disorders Victoria (EDV) and CEED clinicians.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/CEED_Carer-Support-Resources_Jun.2020_FINAL.pdf

CEED CONNECTED Newsletter August 2017

CEED has a monthly newsletter that highlights our services, initiatives, training, latest news and our staff.

CEED CONNECTED Newsletter December 2017

CEED has a monthly newsletter that highlights our services, initiatives, training, latest news and our staff.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/CONNECTED-Xmas-Edition-Dec-2017.pdf

CEED CONNECTED Newsletter December 2018

CEED CONNECTED Newsletter December 2018 Including New Medicare item for eating disorders Reflections on progress made in eating disorders prevention Working with eating disorders in an adult generalist mental health service – a real life story CEED stakeholder survey 2018 results Career opportunity at CEED Upcoming training

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/CEED-CONNECTED-NEWSLETTER-December-2018.pdf

CEED CONNECTED Newsletter July 2017

CEED has a monthly newsletter that highlights our services, initiatives, training, latest news and our staff.

CEED CONNECTED Newsletter July 2020

CEED CONNECTED Newsletter July 2020

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/July-2020-Connected-Newsletter-4-1.pdf

CEED CONNECTED Newsletter June 2017

CEED has a monthly newsletter that highlights our services, initiatives, training, latest news and our staff.

CEED CONNECTED Newsletter June 2018

CEED has a quarterly newsletter that highlights our services, initiatives, training, latest news and our staff.

CEED CONNECTED Newsletter June 2019

The latest CONNECTED newsletter from CEED

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/June-2019-Connected-Newsletter-FINAL.pdf

CEED CONNECTED Newsletter March 2018

CEED has a quarterly newsletter that highlights our services, initiatives, training, latest news and our staff.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/March-final-newsletter.pdf

CEED CONNECTED Newsletter October 2017

CEED has a monthly newsletter that highlights our services, initiatives, training, latest news and our staff.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/CONNECTEDNewsletterOctober17.pdf

CEED CONNECTED Newsletter September 2017

CEED has a monthly newsletter that highlights our services, initiatives, training, latest news and our staff.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/NewsletterSep_FINAL.pdf

CEED CONNECTED Newsletter Spetember 2018

CEED CONNECTED Newsletter Spetember 2018

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/CEED-CONNECTED-NEWSLETTER-SEPTEMBER-2018.pdf

CEED Monitoring Tool for Adults with Eating Disorders

You can download and use this Excel spreadsheet to track weight over time as well as graphing functions to visualise your progress.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Copy-of-CEED_Monitoring-Tool-for-Adults-with-Eating-Disorders.xlsx

CEED stakeholder survey report 2018

CEED undertook a survey of our stakeholders in September 2018. This report provides a summary of the responses and analysis of findings.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/CEED-STAKEHOLDER-FEEDBACK-REPORT-FINAL.pdf

Centre for Clinical Interventions (CCI)

CCI is a specialist clinical psychology service, administered through the North Metropolitan Health Service in Western Australia. CCI provide evidence-based resources to support health professionals delivering psychological intervention, as well as individuals with Eating Disorders seeking self-help material to improve their mental health.

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Change Process Balance Sheet

This writable PDF can be utilised to explore the change process in relation to eating behaviour.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Change-Process-Balance-Sheet.pdf

CONNECTED Newsletter March 2019

CEED CONNECTED Newsletter March 2019 Including Trauma and eating disorders; Review -Temperament Based Therapy with Supports training; Latest research; Upcoming Training; Meet the Team

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/CEED-CONNECTED-NEWSLETTER-March-2019.pdf

COVID-19 and Eating Disorders: Information for Consumers and Carers

Some people experiencing eating disorders may be particularly vulnerable to more severe forms of the illness during this pandemic, from eatingdisorders.org.au

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COVID-19 And EDs – Information for Mental health Clinicians & Services

Aims to provide guidance to mental health clinicians around continuing to support clients in light of COVID-19

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/COVID-19-and-ED_Information-for-MH-Clinicians-1.pdf

COVID-19 And EDs – Information for Primary Care

Information for Primary Care Practitioners regarding COVID-19 and eating disorders. Outlining possible medical complications and recommendations

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/COVID-19-and-EDs_-Information-for-Primary-Care-FINAL-1.pdf

Diabetes and Disordered Eating

Living with diabetes places a lot of focus on food, weight, and body image. Sometimes, this can lead to an unhealthy relationship with food, disordered eating, or possibly an eating disorder. If your client is having these problems, this resource may assist. Developed by the National Diabetes Services Scheme.

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DSM-V Eating Disorders

Description of the DSM-V criteria for eating disorders

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/CEED-Resource_DSM-V-Eating-Disorders.pdf

Eating Disorder Treatment Decision-Matrix for Adults

A decision making matrix to assist in determining the appropriate treatment setting and focus for adults with eating disorders.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Eating-Disorder-Treatment-Setting-Decision-Matrix_Geller-1.pdf

Eating Disorders Association Qld: General Practitioner Information Kit

A comprehensive information pack for general practitioners, including role of the GP, diagnosis, assessment, management, and referral.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/GP-Information-Kit-QLD.pdf

Eating Disorders Care and Recovery Checklist for Carers

The Eating Disorders Care and Recovery Checklist has been developed in consultation with the members of CEED’s Carers Advisory Group, being basd on the Eating Disorders Care & Recovery Framework to ensure all components of treatment and recovery are accessed, throughout the longitudinal process of recovery.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Eating-Disorders-Care-and-Recovery-Checklist-for-CarersBC-Changes.pdf

Eating Disorders Care and Recovery Framework

The Eating Disorders Care and Recovery Framework describes the best practice components of prevention, identification, risk management, treatment, recovery and support that need to be in place in a robust and capable system of care for all forms of eating disorders across the severity spectrum.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Eating-Disorders-Care-and-Recovery-Framework-2.pdf

Eating Disorders Early Signs Traffic Light Tool for early intervention

This resource has been developed to assist non-eating disorders experts ascertain the level of concern they should have for early signs and symptoms of disordered eating/eating disorders. This easy to read tool can help you determine when to escalate to further intervention and treatment.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/CEED_Handout_Traffic-Light-ED-signs.pdf

Eating Disorders Families Australia (EDFA)

EDFA has been established by a group of Australian parents who have cared for and treated a young person with an eating disorder, to advocate for the needs and roles of other parents during this experience.

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Eating Disorders in adults: What families & carers can do

What families & carers can do

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Adults-in-ED-treatment-what-families-and-carers-can-do.pdf

Eating Disorders Victoria (EDV)

Eating Disorders Victoria (EDV) is the leading community organisation for Victorians affected by eating disorders. EDV offer a unique blend of clinical, educational and peer-led services that respond across the broad spectrum of need. This includes The EDV Hub (a free and confidential phone, email and face-to-face support service), Telehealth nurse service, comprehensive website, in-house psychological and dietetics service, psycho-educational…

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Eating Disorders: A Professional Resource for General Practitioners

GPs are likely to come into contact with someone with an eating disorder. NEDC have developed a range of health professional resources to support their roles in the prevention, identification, medical management and referral of patients with eating disorders.

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Eating disorders: recognition and treatment NICE guideline

This UK guideline covers assessment, treatment, monitoring and inpatient care for children, young people and adults with eating disorders. It aims to improve the care people receive by detailing the most effective treatments for anorexia nervosa, binge eating disorder and bulimia nervosa.

Externalisation from the Eating Disorder

Separating from or externalising the eating disorder from the sufferer is a helpful and powerful strategy in the treatment of the condition

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/CEED_Handout_Externalisation-from-the-Eating-Disorder.pdf

Families Empowering and Supporting Treatment of Eating Disorders (F.E.A.S.T. )

This is the website of F.E.A.S.T., a not-for-profit global organisation that provides support to parents and caregivers of individuals with Eating Disorders. The website includes information, an online caregivers forum, a recipe book, online stories and letters, weblinks to parent blogs, and other resources.

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Family Based Treatment – Key Tenets

A one page summary of the key tenets of FBT

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/FBT-Key-Tenets_1.pdf

Family Based Treatment – Weight Progress Chart

Weight progress chart template to be used throughout FBT by the treating team

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/FBT-Weight-Progress-Chart.pdf

Family Based Treatment (FBT)

Family Based Treatment (FBT) for eating disorders is commonly known as The Maudsley Model and is used to treat adolescents with Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa. FBT aims to assist the family, namely the parents, to bring about recovery in their child with an eating disorder.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Family-Based-Treatment-FBT.pdf

Family Based Treatment (FBT) for Adolescent Eating Disorders Recommended Reading List

Summary of books, case descriptions and articles which clinicians may find useful when commencing or undertaking FBT

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/FBT-for-Adolescent-Eating-Disorders-Recommended-Reading-List.pdf

Family Led Refeeding and Recovery

Guide developed by CEED Carer Consultant and other families for services to provide to families of young people on diagnosis to get off to a good start in supporting eating disorder treatment.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Family-Led-Refeeding-Recovery.pdf

Family Matters tipsheet 1: Getting started and making a plan

Family Matters Tipsheets developed by CEED Carer Consultant for clinicians to provide to families in treatment at CAMHS/CYMHS. This tipsheet is the first in the series, providing families with a newly diagnosed young person with a snapshot of advice on how to get started with FBT.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/CEED-Family-Tip-sheet.Topic-1-.pdf

Family Matters Tipsheet 2: At the Meal Table

Family Matters Tipsheets developed by CEED Carer Consultant for clinicians to provide to families in treatment at CAMHS/CYMHS. This tipsheet takes families through what to do in the 3 phases of the meal – pre, during and post the meal.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/CEED-Family-Tip-Sheet-Topic-2.pdf

Family Matters Tipsheet 3; 100% of the food 100% of the time

Family Matters Tipsheets developed by CEED Carer Consultant for clinicians to provide to families in treatment at CAMHS/CYMHS. This tipsheet addresses the importance of ensuring full compliance with eating and ideas on how to achieve this.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/CEED-Family-Tip-sheet-Topic-3-100-of-the-Food.pdf

Family Matters Tipsheet 4: Phase 2 the dance

Family Matters: a resource for families helping their young person with anorexia nervosa. Tips from families for families: Phase 2 – The Dance

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/CEED-Family-Tip-sheet-Topic-4-The-Dance.pdf

Family Matters Tipsheet 5: Telling people

Family Matters Tipsheets developed by CEED Carer Consultant for clinicians to provide to families in treatment at CAMHS/CYMHS. This one addresses the thorny issue of who to tell about their child’s eating disorder and ideas on how.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/CEED-Family-Tip-sheet.Topic-5-.pdf

Family-based Treatment – Phases, Sessions & Notes

A guide for clinicians working with clients with Anorexia Nervosa and other severe eating disorder presentations. This resource can be be used after assessment and discussion with the client and/or family about their views of what will help and available treatment options

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/FBT-Phases-Sessions-Notes.pdf

Harm Minimisation for Adults with Eating Disorders

Physical-nutritional rehabilitation and weight gain are essential aspects of physical and mental recovery for people with eating disorders. However, the degree to which these aspects of wellbeing can be addressed varies between people and across time.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Harm-Minimisation-for-Adults-with-EDs_May.2020_ES.pdf

How Far Is Too Far

A website developed by Eating Disorders Victoria which is aimed at Increase your understanding of the risk factors and warning signs related to eating, exercise and body image. It has sepcific sections and resources for fitness staff and teachers/school professionals.

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Inside Out Institute

The InsideOut Institute is Australia’s national research and clinical excellence institute dedicated to improving the lives of people with eating disorders and those who care for them. InsideOut offer a range of online learning opportunities and resources.

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Kelty Eating Disorders

Canadian website Kelty Eating Disorders connects you with resources and information for every stage of the eating disorder journey, including excellent resources for families and carers

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Laboratory Assessments for Clients with Eating Disorders

Describes the laboratory assessments required when providing assessment and treatment for someone for an eating disorder

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Laboratory-assessments-for-clients-with-eating-disorders.pdf

Maudsley Parents

Maudsley Parents is a not-for-profit volunteer organisation dedicated to supporting parents to help their children recover from Eating Disorders through the use of Maudsley family-based treatment. The website contains information, resources, family stories, and advice.

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Meal Support: How do we do it?

A summary of approaches to support effective meal support

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Meal-Support-for-People-with-Eating-Disorders.pdf

Medical Complications of Malnutrition (Austin ACED)

Developed by the Austin Adolescent and Child Eating Disorders Program 2018, this resource is to assist parents and carers in understanding the potential medical complications arising from an eating disorder.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Medical-Complications-of-Malnutrition-Austin-ACED-1.pdf

Medical Monitoring in Eating Disorders

A summary of the medical monitoring required for specific EDs including: effect of starvation / malnutrition, frequency of review or repeat management, and indications for medical admission to manage acute severe malnutrition and prevent refeeding syndrome.

Mental Health First Aid Guidelines – Eating Disorders

These guidelines have been designed to help members of the public to provide first aid to someone who is developing or experiencing an eating disorder. The role of the first aider is to assist the person until appropriate professional help is received.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Mental-Health-First-Aid-Eating-Disorders.pdf

Minimum Food Needs for Ongoing Weight Restoration

A pictorial depiction of a typical daily menu when restoring weight

My Plan for Restoring My Weight, Health Plan – Template & Progress Chart

A template for a client/consumer to use when planning meals for weight gain

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/My-Plan-for-Restoring-My-Weight-Health-Plan-Template-Progress-Chart.pdf

My Relapse Prevention Plan

This resource will help set recovery, and prevent relapse post CBT GSH

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/My-Relapse-Prevention-Plan.pdf

National Eating Disorders Collaboration

The National Eating Disorders Collaboration (NEDC) brings expertise, experience and evidence from leaders in the field together in one place. Their primary purpose is to make eating disorders information a lot more accessible for everyone.

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North East Eating Disorders Taskforce – Final Report (2017)

The North East Eating Disorder Taskforce was the initiative of a regional eating disorder services stakeholders meeting in the North East facilitated by the Victorian Centre of Excellence in Eating Disorders in 2016.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/NE-Eating-Disorder-Taskforce_FINAL_REPORT_-OCT_2017.pdf

North East Eating Disorders Taskforce Resource

The North East Metro Eating Disorders Taskforce developed a Care Pathway, Care Planning And Care Coordination resource for use by all health professionals and services within the North East metropolitan area.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/NE-Eating-Disorder-Taskforce_Pathways-to-care-and-care-planning-and-coordination-resource-1.pdf

Nutrition in Recovery from Anorexia Nervosa

A guide to developing a plan for recovering from the malnutrition experienced in Anorexia Nervosa. Includes advice on challenges, fuel needs for weight restoration and sample meal plans

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Nutrition-in-Recovery-from-AN-Sample-Meal-Guides.pdf

Our Plan for Restoring Our Child’s Weight & Health – Plan Template & Progress Chart

Developed for parents to use when planning meals for refeeding and weight restoration

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Our-Plan-for-Restoring-Our-Childs-Weight-Health-Plan-Template-Progress-Chart.pdf

Physical Risk in Suspected Eating Disorders – Mental Health Clinician Response Guide

Physical Risk in Suspected Eating Disorders Mental Health Clinician Response Guide; Including Response Required, Indication / Symptom / Behaviour and Local Contacts for Action

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/CEED_Handout_Physical-Risk-in-EDs-Mental-Health-Clinician-Response.pdf

RANZCP Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Treatment of Eating Disorders (2014)

This guideline for the clinical management of eating disorders is a project of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP). . The guideline is intended to provide current evidence based guidance on the assessment and treatment of people with eating disorders.

RAVES: A step-by step approach to re-establishing normal eating

RAVES: A step-by step approach to re-establishing normal eating is a model developed by expert dietician Shane Jeffreys. It can be used to establish level of disordered eating present and what recovery from an eating disorder looks like.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/CEED_Handout_RAVES_Jeffrey.pdf

Recommended Eating Disorders Psychoeducation & Family Based Treatment Support Resources for Parents

List of videos and websites which are helpful for families undertaking FBT

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Recommended-ED-Psychoeducation-FBT-Support-Resources-for-Parents.pdf

Resources to Tackle Binge Eating:

List of useful websites and self help manuals which can be used to support treatment of binge eating disorder.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Resources-to-Tackle-Binge-Eating.pdf

Review and Progress of the 6 stages of CBT-GSH

This resource provides an overview of the 6 stages of CBT-GSH

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Review-and-Progress-of-the-6-stages-of-CBT-GSH.pdf

Role Description – Eating Disorder Coordinators

The Program Management Circular (PMC): ‘Clinical mental health service responses for people with eating disorders in Victoria’ (MHB, 2007), described and guided the role of public specialist mental health services in responding to the needs of Victorians of all ages experiencing an eating disorder.

SCOFF Questionnaire

The SCOFF Questionnaire is a five-question screening tool designed to clarify suspicion that an eating disorder might exist rather than to make a diagnosis. The questions can be delivered either verbally or in written form.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/CEED_Handout_SCOFF.pdf

Scoring Tool – Assessment and Screening

Electronic scoring and graphing spreadsheet

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/CEED_Scoring-Graphing-Tool_EDEQ-6_DASS21_PWI.xlsx

Self-Help & Guided Self-Help Print Resources for Weight / Shape / Body Image & Eating Concerns and for Eating Disorders

A summary of self-help & guided self-help print resources for weight / shape / body image & eating concerns and for eating disorders.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Self-Help-Resources-Weight-Concerns-EDs.pdf

Starvation Syndrome The Biology of Starvation – Ancel Keys Minnesota Study

Ancel Keys’ Minnesota study: in Minnesota in 1944 wartime conscientious objector college students volunteered for research that today remains a good description of what happens when a human partially starves and then re-introduces food

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/CEED_Handout_Starvation-Syndrome.pdf

Step 1: Monitoring your eating

This writable PDF can be utilised to complete a systemic written record of your eating so that you can help know precisely what has been happening.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Step-1_Monitoring-your-eating.pdf

Step 2: Meal Plan & Monitoring Sheet

This writable PDF can be utilised to set up a meal plan, and record you eating.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Step-2_Meal-Plan-Monitoring-Sheet.pdf

Step 3: Learning to Intervene to Prevent Binge-Eating

This resource will explore learning what sort of circumstances cause you to binge and what sort of things you can do to prevent this from happening.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Step-3_Learning-to-Intervene-to-Prevent-Binge-Eating.pdf

Step 4: Problem Solve

This resource will assist with learning how to define problems which cause you difficulty with your eating and learning to deal with them.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Step-4_Problem-Solve.pdf

Step 5: Eliminating Dieting

This resource will assist in exploring how to widen the range of foods you eat and the environments in which you eat.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Step-5_Eliminating-Dieting.pdf

Step 6: Changing Your Mind

This resource will help Identifying some of the beliefs which underlie difficulties with eating and attempting to modify them.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Step-6_Changing-You-Mind.pdf

Stepped Care Service System for Eating Disorders

This Stepped Care Service System for Eating Disorders was developed by CEED to depict the Victorian Mental Health Service System response to eating disorders.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Stepped-Care-Service-system-for-Eating-Disorders_CEED-2019.pdf

Supporting people with mental health needs to access the NDIS

Created by VMIAC, this document provides information to supplement our brochure for medical and allied health professionals who are supporting their patients to apply for the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

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Survive to thrive Parent Guide

BC Children’s Hospital has developed a resource to provide parents with tools, tips, advice, and strategies on how to navigate the challenges of having a child with body image and eating issues. The uniqueness of this resource is that it has been written by parents with firsthand experience having a child who has experienced an eating disorder.

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TeleHealth Tip Sheet Working with People with Eating Disorders

This resource aims to support clinicians to deliver telehealth treatment and support for people with eating disorders. The tips outlined were sourced from Dr Doug Blomley’s ANZAED webinar (April 2020), and Glenn Waller’s collaborative document Waller CBT-ED and CBT-T tips when working online. Most tips are CBT-based.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/TeleHealth-Tip-Sheet_Working-with-People-with-EatingDisorders-2.pdf

The Butterfly Foundation

The Butterfly Foundation is the peak national body supporting the interests of individuals with Eating Disorders and/or body image concerns, & their families, friends, & carers. Services include telephone and online support, prevention and education programs, recovery, support & treatment services, & research.

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Treatment Goals for Families in FBT: Where are we headed and how we will know we are there

Designed to assist families at the beginning of FBT treatment to know where treatment is headed, what to do or expect in each phase of treatment and how to know when have reached the destination for each phase of treatment.

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Treatment-goals-for-families-and-carers-in-FBT-Where-are-we-headed-how-will-we-know-we-are-there.pdf

Treatment Weight Progress Chart – Adult

A sample treatment weight progress chart for use with adults

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Treatment-Weight-Progress-Chart-Adult.pdf

Working together with families and carers: Chief Psychiatrist’s guideline

This guideline provides specialist advice about involving family and carers in the treatment and care of individual consumers (children, young people, adults and ageing). While the focus of the guidelines is on service delivery, the importance of family and carer participation in service design, development, delivery, evaluation and organisational governance is also recognised and encouraged

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Working with families & supports in adult eating disorder system

Adult Model of Care Pyramid

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https://ceed.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Adult-Model-of-Care-Pyramid.pdf

WORKING WITH FAMILIES AND SUPPORTS OF ADULTS WITH AN EATING DISORDER

“WORKING WITH FAMILIES AND SUPPORTS OF ADULTS WITH AN EATING DISORDER” is designed for use by services and clinicians in planning and delivering services. This document is intended to be read as an adjunct to the Office of Chief Psychiatrist Guidelines for Working with Families and Carers (https://www2.health.vic.gov.au/about/key-staff/chiefpsychiatrist/chief-psychiatrist-guidelines/working-together-with-families-and-carers). It assumes services and clinicians are working in concurrence with these broader…

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Working with family and supports of adults with an eating disorder

Developed by the Victorian Centre of Excellence in Eating Disorders 2019, “WORKING WITH FAMILIES AND SUPPORTS OF ADULTS WITH AN EATING DISORDER” is designed for use by services and clinicians in planning and delivering services. This document is intended to be read as an adjunct to the Office of Chief Psychiatrist Guidelines for Working with Families and Carers . It…

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