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The secrets to nurturing a positive food and body image in your children25.00€
The secrets to nurturing a positive food and body image in your children
and how to navigate if they…
say ‘I’m too fat’, ask for ‘healthier’ foods, compare their body size to their friends?
Join Deirdre and Zuzanna on Tuesday 20th February 2024 at 6.30pm (on Zoom)
Reclaiming Radiance: Nourishing the healthy self in Eating Disorder recovery0.00€
A free webinar by Supported Families for those in recovery – and their supporters – as part of Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2024.
Five Powerful Ways to Support your Loved One’s Recovery Journey0.00€
A free webinar by Supported Families for parents, partners, family members and friends of those in recovery. Wednesday 28th February 2024 at 6.30pm.
In this webinar we will share Five Powerful Ways for you to support your loved one’s recovery journey.
Eating Disorders Demystified – a free webinar for GP’s0.00€
A (free) webinar for GPs to help them enhance their understanding of eating disorders, from diagnosis to recovery.
International Association for Eating Disorder Professionals0.00€
International Association for Eating Disorder Professionals Networking Event with Zuzanna Gajowiec
Certified Eating Disorder Specialist/Clinical Psychologist
Free of charge
DATE – December 1, 2023
TIME – 11.00-1.00 Warsaw Time
ONLINE – online event
Over a number of sessions, Deirdre will help you to:
- Understand the eating disorder illness better
- Give you the tools and techniques you need to better support your child
- Understand that you HAVE a role to play in supporting your child’s recovery – no matter their age
- Feel more empowered
- Feel listened to, understood and supported
This 1:1 session with Zuzanna is intended to assist with assessment, diagnosis, and treatment recommendations. The session will (a) involve a history and interview(s), combined with the use of a number of assessment tools which will help to both formulate diagnosis and offer recommendations for treatment, as well as a risk assessment and (b) help to answer some of the following questions:
- Is this disordered eating or an eating disorder?
- Which eating disorder is it?
- How severe is the presentation?
This assessment will enable the development of a strategic treatment plan, using proven evidence-based therapies, co-ordinated with other treatment providers as appropriate (for example, psychiatrist, GP, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services and/or dietitian). Families are guided and supported by a team of professionals, working alongside them and their loved one.