Family Based Therapy is recognised as the first line, evidence-based manualised treatment of children and adolescents (e.g. 2017 NICE; 2014 RANZCP guidelines). FBT is a behavioural treatment that utilizes the family as a key resource for recovery in the home environment. The treatment progresses through three phases over approximately 20 sessions.
ANZAED 2021 Workshop, Gold Coast: Family Based Treatment for Adolescents with Anorexia Nervosa (FBT) By Dr. Kim Hurst
Monday 24 May & Tuesday 25 May 2021
9.30am – 4.00pm (on both days)
Registration Fee – $525 Members; $650 Non-Members
(for 2 days including refreshments and lunch) – Only
25 12 spots left!
Venue: The Lounge, The Glades Golf Club
Glades Drive, Robina Qld 4226
Kim will also be offering follow up supervision sessions.
There will be 4 sessions that will take place fortnightly through zoom.
Costs for these supervision sessions: $70 (ANZAED members) or $95 (non-members) per session.
You can book your spot for these sessions through the workshop registration link.
The aim of this workshop will be to provide intensive practical training in the application of this model including:
- Theoretical underpinnings of FBT
- Establishing and defining the roles of the multidisciplinary team within the model
- Detailed descriptions of each treatment phase
- How to implement FBT as an integrated care model across various treatment settings
The workshop format includes a combination of didactic presentation, discussion of clinical material, demonstration of specific interventions and skills, structured reflections, role plays, and readings.
The workshop suitable for clinicians working with children and adolescents with eating disorders, including psychiatrists, psychologists, psychotherapists, counsellors, social workers, occupational therapists and medical practitioners.
Prerequisite for the workshop includes: Experience in the assessment and treatment of eating disorders
Speaker: Dr Kim Hurst is a Senior Psychologist and is the Clinical Lead in Robina Private Hospital’s Eating Disorders Day Program for Adolescents and Young Adults, she also is in Private Practice. Prior to this Kim was a founding member of the Gold Coast Child & Youth Mental Health Service (CYMHS), Eating Disorder Program (EDP).
Kim has been delivering Maudsley Family Based Treatment (FBT) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Enhanced (CBT-e) for over ten years and is a credentialed FBT therapist who provides training, supervision and consultation to clinicians across Queensland. Kim has worked across a range of eating disorder treatment settings including psychiatric and medical inpatient units and outpatient services. She has developed specialist eating disorder clinical policies and is focused on service improvement strategies to enhance treatment delivery. Kim is also passionate about early intervention programs and has delivered workshops to school children, guidance officers and teachers on positive body image. She has coordinated a national eating disorder conference and smaller workshop events. Kim has a solid record of presenting at local, national and international eating disorder conferences and has several published works within the field.