How Schools can Approach Eating Disorders.
Date: June 17, 2022
In this webinar, Helen Amrein, Specialist Eating Disorder Clinician, talks on how schools can approach eating disorders.
Overview of the spectrum of disordered eating.
Common eating disorders.
Body image and how to have conversations with young people.
When to refer on
Followed by a Q&A session
Centre for clinical interventions
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The Body Project
The Body project is a group therapy body acceptance intervention that was designed to help adolescent girls and young women resist sociocultural pressures to conform to the thin-ideal and reduce their pursuit if thinness.
The most researched and evidence based program to date.
First episode and Rapid Early intervention for Eating Disorders (FREED)
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