This on-demand webinar will provide an overview of disordered eating, contributing factors, screening tools in session and where to go for more information.
As we navigate a new normal with COVID-19, it’s important to consider our environment including shared work spaces, and be mindful of changes in our bodies as a result of acute trauma experienced during pandemic responses. These changes are normal and expected as our relationship with food becomes distorted due to our propensity to use food as a coping strategy.
While food is an important part of our social lives, rituals and traditions, at times it can create disordered eating habits that aren’t so helpful. For some, the feeling of fullness is comforting and the need to feel safe triggers over-eating.
This webinar is the first step to creating awareness as to why people use food as a coping mechanism or seek foods to comfort them when feeling happy, sad or angry.
When we work on improving our relationship with food we need to recognise that we may need to develop other ways to comfort and care for our self psychically and emotionally
We are excited to have eating disorder specialist Josephine Money, Accredited Practicing Dietitian and Nutritionist, discuss the following:
- Disordered eating and self-care
- Contributing factors to disordered eating
- Screening tools
- Where to go for more information
Register today and learn how to better support your patients to navigate this sensitive issue.
1st, August 2021
45 minutes (including Q&A)
$36 ACNEM Members | $45 non-members | $25 ACNEM Student Members
Josephine Money APD
Josephine is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian, an Accredited Nutritionist and director of Eat Love Live. Jo has a client-centred approach providing individual nutrition counselling; with over 10 years’ experience in private practice. Jo has experience across a diverse range of settings including community and public health and in variety of ...View More