ABOUT THE GLASGOW CENTRE FOR EATING DISORDERS
Glasgow Centre for Eating Disorders offer both personal and professional services associated with eating disorders, food and eating problems, disordered eating and other mental health and emotional issues.
Personal Services include: weekly eating disorder support groups,carers groups, one-to-one cognitive behavioral psychotherapy/CBT therapy, consultations, personal development workshops/classes, social and recreational activities and much more. This also includes our Eating Disorders Special Interest Group (Scotland) or EDSIGS which anyone with personal experience with an eating disorder is welcome to join (although everyone is welcome to join EDSIGS - it aims to be as inclusive as possible). We are developing after a break from services, so offer a limited service for the next few months while we re-brand and re-structure.
Professional Services include: EAP psychotherapy/counselling; referrals for therapeutic services; training courses; accreditation; consultations, talks and workshops and lots more.
This also includes our Eating Disorders Special Interest Group (Scotland) or EDSIGS which anyone with an interest in eating disorders is welcome to join.
We also have our The CBT'ers Club which is a networking, discussion and peer supervision group for trainee and qualified psychotherapists, counsellors and therapists who are interested in CBT and use CBT on their therapeutic practice.
We are developing after a break from services, so offer a limited service for the next few months while we re-brand and re-structure. Watch this space for more information as we get back up and running again after a break, new structure and re-development.
We are mental health professionals, specifically in cognitive behavioural psychotherapy and have experience in research psychology (particularly eating disorders) and mental health service provision in the third sector to directorship and consulting level.
We are qualified professionals in psychotherapy and some of us have both previous personal experience as well as professional experience in eating disorders. We have also worked in many other fields of mental and emotional health, including depression, anxiety, stress, self-esteem, emotional dysregulation, and lots more. We incorporate various therapeutic approaches into our personal and professional services, including cognitive behavioural psychotherapy, compassion focused therapy, stress counselling, clinical hypnotherapy, schema therapy, mindfulness, person centred counselling, dialectical behaviour therapy amongst others. We adhere to the ethical standards of various organisations.
Our new email is: email@example.com
Our new website is: www.glasgow-eating-disorders
For general information about eating disorders, you can still currently view the No Bodies Perfect website in the meantime, as their website is still up even though they are now permanently closed (the NBP website will taken down in due course though).
Our experience in eating disorders, professionally began in 2001 involving a large scale academic study: 'An investigation into the impairment of psychosocial functioning in anorexia nervosa'. So we have been involved in the field of eating disorders for a while now, over 14 years professionally in various clinical, academic, voluntary, mentoring and training roles, and many years before that, with personal experience of an eating disorder.
Our experience includes as an academic researcher in psychology, assessment officer, director, chair of trustees, committee member, psychotherapist, trainer etc. We have been an organisation for over 5 years now and have had a break recently, now re-branding, re-structuring, with a new name!
We shall be incorporating as part of The Velvet Trail, in the next few months. Thanks for reading and we shall keep you updated about our established, new and emerging personal and professional services.
We can help and support anyone who feels they have a difficult or problematic with food and eating - you don't need to have a 'diagnosed' eating disorder to get help - anyone who feels food and eating has become a problem in some way and is affecting their life, emotions, work, education, relationship or well-being is most welcome to get help and support.
You don't have to be thin, underweight, young, female, have eating disorder symptoms all of the time or be seeing a GP or psychiatrist for your problems - anyone is welcome to access help and support, whether formal or informal. Males and females over 16 years are most welcome to access our confidential, professional services.
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