The Australia & New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders is holding its Autumn Workshop Series at the Vines Resort, Swan Valley, Perth on 16-17 March, 2018.
The even includes a series of six in-depth clinical workshops in eating disorders in three streams: Child & Adolescent, Dietetic and General/Adult.
There is also a presentation on exercise & eating disorders plus a cocktail reception on the Friday night.
BrzaenGrowth is holding a fundraiser in Melbourne on Friday May 11th.
There is a fine line between healthy and unhealthy and it is crossed in the mind before any physical signs may appear. Body size is not always the indicator that someone is in the grips of or developing an eating disorder.
Hear from inspiring speakers who have had experience with these serious illnesses of the mind, which negatively impact physical, mental and social health. Speakers include Dr. Sarah Maguire from the Centre for Eating and Dieting Disorders, Sarah Coyte,
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The second edition of the NSW Statewide Eating Disorders Newsletter ‘Road to Recovery’ has been released.
This issue showcases the incredible work being done across NSW to improve the recovery journey for people with eating disorders.
Are you concerned about any aspects of your eating, body image or well-being?
Visit the Reach Out and Recover (ROAR) website. Developed by the Centre of Excellence in Eating Disorders in Victoria, ROAR is an interactive online tool that can help you by asking about your thoughts, feelings and behaviours, and prove you with a personalised report you can take to your healthcare professional if you need help.
Are you concerned your child or teenage is developing a problem with eating, weight or body image?
Feed Your Instinct (FYI) is a fantastic online tool developed by the Centre of Excellence in Eating Disorders in Victoria, designed to support parents of children and young people experiencing different types of eating disorder and/or body image problems.
The CEDD is running a free six-week course that provides vital skills to help you support a loved one with an eating disorder.