Working therapeutically with disordered eating and eating disorders
52/53 High Street
Why attend this course?
This workshop offers a general introduction to working with clients in the area of disordered eating. It aims to offer a conceptual framework for understanding the misuse of food, using attachment theory, and then to offer a wide range of strategies for working with clients.
What will it cover?
Central areas for consideration during the day will include, emotional language, attachment history, self-esteem, body-esteem and identity, relationships and self-soothing. The workshop is designed to be active and interactive; participants should be willing to reflect on their own eating behaviour and attachment history as well as that of their clients.
Who is this course for?
This course is for counsellors, psychotherapists and those in training interested in exploring issues around eating.
GCS is delighted to host Julia Buckroyd, Emeritus Professor of Counselling at the University of Hertfordshire and a therapist in private practice, specialising in working with people with all sorts of problems related to food. She has written widely in this area. Her most recent book is Understanding your Eating McGraw Hill, 2011.