Many of our lives have changed dramatically in a short space of time with the current health crisis of COVID-19. Dealing with sudden changes and the ripple effect to many
Many of our lives have changed dramatically in a short space of time with the current health crisis of COVID-19. Dealing with sudden changes and the ripple effect to many aspects of our lives can negatively impact our mental health.
If you have found that your eating and exercise habits may be motivated by anxiety or you have noticed this in others, then this webinar is for you!
Join Eleni Psillakis from Brazengrowth in discussion with psychologist Sarah McMahon from BodyMatters Australasia for this important discussion. We will focus on some of the risk factors during this time, how someone can best support themselves and how to best support others who are at risk.
Sarah has worked in the field of eating disorders for approximately 15 years, supporting hundreds of people to achieve recovery. She embraces best practice therapy and works collaboratively with clients and their support systems, including families and other health professionals. Sarah appreciates the complexity of eating and body image issues and also treats the many “comorbid” challenges that typically present simultaneously, including depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, relationship breakdown and complex trauma.
Eleni has lived experience of an eating disorder and clinical depression and is a program developer, educator and peer support worker for mental illness including eating disorders. She will bring insight of a previous experience of isolation and focus on what was helpful to her during this time.
THIS IS A FREE WEBINAR DISCUSSION VIA ZOOM. NUMBERS ARE STRICTLY LIMITED.
REGISTER TODAY AND A LINK FOR THE WEBINAR WILL BE SENT TO YOU
(Thursday) 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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