This is a recording of a past webinar.

We’ll explore ARFID (Avoidant restrictive food intake disorder).  We’ll learn what it is, who it affects and crucially, what we can do to support if we’re worried about a child we’re working with or caring for.  This introductory session will be led by Dr Emma Willmott Clinical Psychologist at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children and there will be an opportunity for questions as well as sharing of resources and ideas. 

Parents, carers and school staff concerned about a particular child are welcome to attend but please note that it will not be possible for advice to be given on individual cases or GOSH-related questions. 

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Course Includes

  • 2 Modules

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