Supporting Eating Disorder Recovery through Chairwork

One-Day Online Workshop

Course brief:

Discover how chairwork can enhance eating disorder treatments, including CBT-ED.

Eating disorders are often seen as difficult to treat and many individuals do not respond well to recommended therapies. In this workshop, we will explore how chairwork can augment and enhance evidence-based treatments for eating disorders, including CBT-ED and CBT-T. Participants will have the opportunity to learn powerful interventions for addressing a variety common issues and obstacles, including:

…Ambivalence about change

…Negative body image

…Triggers for disordered eating behaviours (e.g. emotional distress)

…Distressing childhood memories

…The internal eating disorder ‘voice’

This experiential and practice-focused workshop will use a combination of teaching, live demonstrations, and experiential practices.

Please note that this is an In-House training event. Please contact us if you would like to discuss bringing this workshop to your team, organisation, or training centre.

Matthew Pugh

Matthew Pugh is a Clinical Psychologist, Advanced Schema Therapist, Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist, and Voice Dialogue facilitator. He is a co-founder of Chairwork and the author of ‘Cognitive Behavioural Chairwork: Distinctive Features’. Matthew is the author of numerous chairwork-related articles and book chapters, and has trained hundreds of therapists in the use of action-based methods.

Tobyn Bell

Tobyn Bell is a Compassion-Focused and Cognitive-Behavioural Psychotherapist, Trainer, and Supervisor. He is a co-founder of Chairwork and a co-author of the book ‘Compassion Focused Therapy from the Inside Out: A Self-practice/Self-reflection Workbook for Therapists’. Tobyn regularly provides national and international training on compassion and chairwork, and is actively involved in ongoing research within these areas.

This workshop is designed for mental health professionals who work with individuals with disordered eating. Professions who provide cognitive behavioural therapy for eating disorders (e.g. CBT-ED and CBT-T) will find the workshop particularly useful.

This is an In-House training event. Please contact us if you would like to discuss bringing this workshop to your team, organisation, or training centre.

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28th April 2021
TBC

Organiser

https://www.chairwork.co.uk
Online (via Zoom)