“Eating Disorders: Understanding Anorexia and Bulimia. How can we support and work with sufferers?”

Saturday 17th June 2017


Our Next Half Day Training Event

Saturday 17th June 2017
Churchill House, 1 London Road, Slough SL3 7FJ (entrance on Langley Road)

Eating Disorders : Understanding Anorexia and Bulimia. How can we support and work with sufferers?

An interactive workshop led by Rochelle Craig

Cost: £95
(to include all refreshments).

Earlybird rate £75 (to be booked by 31st May). For group rates, see booking page.

For more information please email Wendy and Amanda: accordtherapists@gmail.com

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Who should come to this workshop?

• Therapists
• School staff
• Youth workers
• Social workers
• Healthcare professionals
• Mental health workers
• Students from these fields


Overview:

On this interactive workshop you will gain an understanding of the essential characteristics of anorexia and bulimia as well as gaining knowledge of how to support and work with sufferers in a variety of settings. The day will cover the following topics:

• What is an eating disorder?
• Characteristics of anorexia (DSMV reference)
• Characteristics of bulimia (DSMV reference)
• Cycle of addiction and its correlation to anorexia/bulimia • Other addictive behaviours often associated with anorexia/bulimia
• A case-study
• An interactive group workshop
• The solution
• 12 step introduction for working with anorexia/bulimia

 


Key Speaker:

Rochelle Craig
Rochelle has been in recovery from BED (binge eating disorder) for over 20 years. She has a Masters Degree in Addiction Counselling and is accredited with FDAP (Federation of Drug and Alcohol professionals). She works with all addictions, specialising in Compulsive Overeating/BED/Food Addiction at The Living Room Project in Hertfordshire, as well as delivering her BACP endorsed CPD training programme.