bITE – Brief Intervention Therapy for Eating Disorders

“The most helpful part for me was having someone to talk to whom I felt safe and comfortable with. My practitioner was so kind and came up with such helpful strategies that resulted in me being able to try my fear food.”

EDQ is currently offering brief intervention support for people experiencing eating issues. This is available to all clients who live in the Brisbane South PHN region as the first step in their treatment at EDQ.

In bITE, clients can access up to six individual, skills-based counselling sessions. Sessions look different for everyone but some things you might choose to explore are learning about the eating disorder, building skills to understand and cope with your thoughts and emotions, setting goals to take action towards recovery, or learning to be kinder to yourself.

After finishing your bITE sessions, you can access other EDQ groups or counselling services if you wish.

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All donations over $2 to Eating Disorders Queensland are tax deductible and give real people access to counselling, practical assistance to support recovery, groups, equipment for the centre and books for our library. You can make a one-off or regular monthly donation. We would love to acknowledge your generosity and support. Please let us know if you would like to be listed as one of our supporters on either our website or in our annual report.

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Eating Disorders Queensland

We support a vibrant community of individuals recovering from an eating disorder, including people with lived experiences, carers and family members.

51 Edmondstone Street,
Yuggera Country,
South Brisbane, QLD 4101

CALL: (07) 3844 6055

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