Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID)
Introduction to Mental Health Management for CAMHS clinicians
Presented by: Dr Claire Burton
8.30 – 12.30 Wed 17 & Wed 24 Nov 2021
(2 x 4hr online live modules)
This interactive workshop will begin with a didactic overview of the literature and assessment process. It will then move onto description of the treatment model/goals, utilizing case examples of patients/families who have benefitted from this treatment model. Interactive role plays/breakout rooms and videos will be used to demonstrate delivery of this integrative approach for differing ARFID presentations.
Learning outcomes & target audience
By completing the training participants will have:
- An Understanding how ARFID presents in young people, & how it differs from other paediatric eating disorders
- enhanced mental health assessment and formulation skills specific to ARFID presentations
- An Understanding of and capacity to implement the goals, treatment structure and session format of Family-Based Treatment (FBT) and the Unified Protocols for Transdiagnostic Treatment of Emotional Disorders in Children and Adolescents (UP-C/A) for ARFID
This workshop is tailored to the needs of CAMHS and other mental health clinicians who have training and clinical experience in family-treatment treatment for adolescent eating disorders, and who are or will be working with young people experiencing ARFID.
Applications from clinicians employed by Victorian Child and Adolescent / Youth Mental Health Services will be prioritised.
For further information please visit flyer HERE.