Counselling support for eating disorders and body image.
Rethink your body
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TRAINING

EATING DISORDERS TRAINING



A one-day comprehensive, training in eating disorders, facilitated by Harriet Frew (Accred; MBACP Therapist; MSc Nutrition).

Harriet brings 16 years of experience of working with eating disorders, from working in an NHS specialist eating disorder service and private practice.

Harriet blogs regularly about eating disorders and body image, at Welldoing.org and for her own website.

She has been featured in Psychologies Magazine; Mail Online; Planet Mindful and Boots Health and Beauty Magazine.

Who is the course for?

This is a course for counsellors, nutritionists or other mental health professionals, seeking to improve their knowledge and skills in eating disorders.

What will I gain from the training?

On this training, you will gain a good understanding about the different types of eating disorders. You will then explore typical causes of eating disorders, brought to life, by relating this to client examples.Harriet will then take you through specific knowledge, skills and techniques, which can be used when supporting clients with eating disorders. Harriet is an Integrative Counsellor, utilising skills predominantly from Motivational Enhancement Therapy and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. She also draws on other tools that are particularly helpful in working with this client group. 

This training will give you:-

1. Specific skills and techniques, which can be used to engage this client group and begin to facilitate change.
2. Confidence to engage and work with this client group.
3. Detailed and comprehensive training manual as an ongoing reference tool.

Harriet can also tailor training to meet the needs of your organisation. Please contact her directly for more information about this.

Feedback from a recent training course for JHD Counselling in February 2018
  • Excellent workshop, very knowledgeable
  • Fantastic training really useful
  • Excellent subject knowledge
What delegates found the most valuable part of the workshop:
  • The handout and all the tips given
  • Skills and techniques to use with clients
  • Depth and knowledge of the tutor
  • Better understanding of issues
  • Harriet relating back to her clients for real life examples

 

BODY IMAGE TRAINING

​A one-day comprehensive, training in body image, facilitated by Harriet Frew (Accred; MBACP Therapist; MSc Nutrition).

Harriet brings 16 years of experience of working with eating disorders and body image concerns, from working in an NHS specialist eating disorder service and private practice.

She blogs regularly about eating disorders and body image, at Welldoing.org and for her own website.

Harriet has been featured in Psychologies Magazine; Mail Online; Planet Mindful and Boots Health and Beauty Magazine.

Who is the course for?

This is a course for counsellors, nutritionists or other mental health professionals, seeking to improve their knowledge and skills in working with clients with body image concerns.

What will I gain from the training?

On this training, you will learn about how we develop body image, exploring different factors contributing to this.Harriet will then take you through specific knowledge, skills and techniques, which can be used when supporting clients to help them improve body image and self-esteem. Harriet is an Integrative Counsellor, utilising skills predominantly from Motivational Enhancement Therapy and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. She also draws on other tools that are particularly helpful in working with this client group. 

This training will give you:-

1. Specific skills and techniques, which can be used to engage this client group and begin to facilitate change.
2. Confidence to engage and work with this client group.
3. Detailed and comprehensive training manual as an ongoing reference tool.

Harriet can also tailor training to meet the needs of your organisation. Please contact her directly for more information about this.
Counselling support for eating disorders and body image.