“How You Can Support Someone With an Eating Disorder”
“Are you worried that a friend or family member might have an eating disorder? It’s not easy to watch someone you care about damage his or her health—especially when the solution appears, at least on the outside, to be simple. But eating disorders aren’t really about food or weight. They are attempts to deal with emotional and stress-related issues. You can’t force a person with an eating disorder to change, but you can offer your support and encourage treatment. And that can make a huge difference.
Please find below webinar notes from The Family Role in Eating Disorder Recovery presented by Lolly Wool. It’s an excellent webinar and gives you very useful tips on how Family or Friends Can Help a Loved One with an Eating Disorder. This is part 1 from Family series. Please do not forget to sign up for other webinars.
The Family Role in Eating Disorder Recovery
1 hour of continuing education is available through NBCC, APA, and The Commission on Dietetic Registration.Castlewood Treatment Center is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Castlewood
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