Family Based Treatment Training with Professor Dr James Lock, March 2018

Greetings and Happy New Year to everyone,

Only 6 six weeks to go!

Registrations are filling but there are still spaces available for both the introductory as well as the advanced FBT training with Prof. James Lock from Stanford, USA, assisted by Kellie Lavender, NZEDC.

2 day Training: Family Based Treatment - 5 and 6 March 2018

A unique opportunity to be trained by the world renowned expert and originator of Family Based Treatment. The training will qualify for potential certification.

1 day Workshop: Advanced FBT  - 7 March 2018

The advanced day is for those already trained and practicing in the FBT model. The day will cover topics/challenges that can occur during treatment and will involve case discussion as well as teaching components.

Topics include along with many others:

-  Lack of early weight gain

-  Management of high expressed emotion and distress

-  Role of adjunctive treatments - which treatments? When? 

-  Lack of progress over time

Please bring along case studies to discuss directly with Jim and Kellie.

The day will also address modifications made to FBT for clients presenting with Bulimia, ARFID and for the Transitional Age Youth (TAY) population. 

AND:  There will also be a ‘Questions and Answers’ session for parents at the end of day 2 of the FBT training (6 March).

All registration enquires to Jess Putt, NZEDC office manager jessp@nzedc.co.nz

All best wishes,

NZEDC team