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Body Esteem Educator Training for Professionals

Wednesday 08 May
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Community Care, Health and wellbeing
Professional development

Booking Information

Cost $170pp includes morning tea and a copy of Butterfly's Free to BE resource (valued at $65).

Evidence based & prevention focused, this workshop explores the risk & protective factors underpinning the development of negative body image, disordered eating and eating disorders. It is designed to give educators and youth and community professionals working with young people aged 8 – 18 information and tools to support body esteem education and create environments which support body confidence and healthy relationships with food and exercise. - The spectrum of behaviours from healthy, unhealthy through to disordered - Latest research and evidence based approaches to prevention – including gender perspectives - The importance of healthy body esteem and knowledge of modifiable risk and protective factors - How to foster a body positive environment through education, awareness and policy - Implementing body esteem education and activities and resources to support body esteem - Warning signs and early intervention - what to do if you suspect a young person is at risk.


Helen Bird
Business / Organisation Name:
The Butterfly Foundation
1800 33 4673


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