Join live of the day, or access the recording at any time for 30 days
This webinar will detail the evidence for CBT for eating disorders, and the structure and content of this therapy. The majority of the workshop will be dedicated to skills training. Participants will be shown a range of CBT-ED techniques in action, and will be encouraged to undertake those techniques in order to learn how to apply them appropriately. The skills to be developed will include:
• How to handle the first few sessions to encourage maximum short- and long-term benefits
• Exposure therapy related to changes in eating (and weight, where appropriate)
• Behavioural experiments used to change cognitions
• Cognitive restructuring to address different levels of cognitions
• Exposure therapy related to wider emotional concerns
• Body image treatment, based on identifying and targeting specific maintaining factors
• Ending therapy appropriately
Whether you join live on the day, or at a later time(s), you will have
access to the full recording until 20 November 2023. This gives you the
flexibility to join for all or part of the day or to watch the recording
whenever fits in with your commitments
Glenn Waller is Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Sheffield, UK. His clinicaland academic specialism is evidence-based CBT for eating disorders, with a particular emphasis on effective treatment in routine clinical settings. He has published over 320 peerreviewed papers, 20 book chapters and five books in the field, and regularly presentsworkshops at national and international meetings. He is past president of the internationalAcademy for Eating Disorders, and is on the editorial boards of a number of journals, including the International Journal of Eating Disorders and Behaviour Research and Therapy. He was a member of the NICE Eating Disorders Guideline Development Group, responsible for the 2017 update to the eating disorders guidelines.
This live interactive webinar is suitable for mental health professionals including clinical and counselling psychologists, counsellors, social workers, dietitians, psychiatrists, mental health nurses and CBT practitioners.
This workshop will contribute 6 hours of Continuing Professional Development