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Workshops and Group Programs

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This page contains information about workshops and group programs run by EDV. To find out what programs and workshops are currently available, please visit our Events page.

Pathways to Recovery

Pathways to Recovery is an eight-week workshop series for people in recovery aged over 18.

Weekly workshops are structured around a topic, including:

  • Self-care and self-acceptance
  • Developing positive self-talk
  • Understanding the impact of stigma and discrimination
  • Maintaining friendships and relationships
  • Nurturing self-compassion
  • Mindfullness and relaxation

Workshops are held weekly either online or in-person over an eight week period.

Interested in Pathways to Recovery?

Pathways to Recovery workshops are held at different times during the year. Please visit our events page for the latest workshops available. For more information please contact EDV’s Education team at education@eatingdisorders.org.au.

Collaborative Care Skills Building Workshop (CCSW)

CCSW workshops are for people who provide support to a person with an Eating Disorder.

Caring for someone with an eating disorder can be very challenging for families and support people. It’s important that care givers are equipped with skills and knowledge to empower the caring journey.

CCSW workshops are designed for parents, partners, siblings or friends of someone with an eating disorder. They are aimed at improving carer’s well being, developing coping strategies and increasing problem solving skills.

The workshop is based on research conducted by Professor Janet Treasure and is proven to reduce carer burden and distress.

Interested in CCSW?

CCSW workshops are held at different times during the year. Please visit our events page for the latest workshops available. For more information please contact EDV’s Education team at education@eatingdisorders.org.au.

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