ANZAED 2023 Virtual Workshop (1-Day): Guided Self Help for Eating Disorders – An Essential Modality for Your Toolkit by Eva Vall

Guided Self Help for eating disorders (CBT-GSH) is an underutilised but important treatment option for clients with non-underweight eating disorders, particularly those presenting with binge features. The CBT-GSH modality can also help to reduce the therapeutic burden for practitioners and clients.

Workshop Content:

  • How GSH fits into the stepped-care model of eating disorder treatment
  • Theoretical background and evidence base supporting the use of GSH for eating disorders
  • Detailed guide on how to implement GSH in clinical practice, with opportunity to practice key concepts
  • How to manage issues when providing GSH in a real-world clinical setting

The course will be interactive and include group discussions, small group discussions and individual activities. 

Thursday 18 May 2023
9.30am – 5.30pm AEST. To view your local time click here.

Early-Bird Registration Fee: $250 Members; $290 Non-Members
(this rate is available until Tuesday 28 February)
LIMITED SEATS AVAILABLE – 40 SEATS AVAILABLE!

This workshop will take place via zoom.

Please note that unfortunately this course is not suitable for practitioners who are new to the eating disorder field. A basic understanding of eating disorder diagnoses is assumed, as is some basic knowledge of the principles of CBT for eating disorders.

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PRESENTER:

Eva Vall-9 (2)

Dr Eva Vall has been working in the eating disorder field for over a decade. Her PhD examined predictors of treatment outcomes in individuals with an eating disorder. Dr Vall has worked in both public and private practice and treated individuals in both intensive (hospital and day program) and outpatient treatment settings. Dr Vall currently sees individuals across the full spectrum of eating disorder diagnoses in her private practice. Alongside her clinical role, Dr Vall is heavily involved in the training and supervision of clinicians to upskill them in eating disorder assessment, diagnosis and treatment.