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VACANCY: Committee Member - Glasgow and West Eating Disorder Networking Group

PLANNING GROUP COMMITTEE MEMBERS WANTED for Glasgow & West Eating Disorders Networking Group

CLOSING DATE: MONDAY 2ND MARCH 2020


Glasgow & West Eating Disorders Networking Group is a networking, ideas, discussion and interest group for anyone in Scotland with a professional interest in eating disorders. 

Please note this is NOT a support group for those experiencing eating disorders. It will also be separate from the other services we provide (e.g. CBT, psychotherapy, counselling, coaching, groups, mental health consultations, supervision, training etc.)

A group of us started a similar network group in 2012 and it continued until 2016. This was for anyone interested in eating disorders either in a professional capacity from different parts of Scotland, who would like to network, meet for discussions, gatherings, focus groups, social activities, events and lots more.

We are now re-launching and re-naming the networking group in 2019 and now looking for some new Plann…
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Vacancy: Affiliate Therapist: Eating Disorders (Adults and Young People): Glasgow city centre

Vacancy: Affiliate Therapist: Eating Disorders (Adults and Young People): Glasgow city centre
(one morning/afternoon per week plus possible additional referrals)


CLOSING DATE: MONDAY 2ND MARCH 2020



* Would you like the opportunity to work with adult and young people  experiencing eating disorders/disordered eating in private practice? 

* Would you like us to refer clients onto you while we take care of room hire fees, referral fees and advertising/marketing, admin, referrals, setting up initial appointments and still earn £30-£40 (£40 for after 5pm/weekend, £30 for daytime) per appointment? 

* Would you like to receive other benefits, such as discounted supervision, access to room hire discounts (when you hire the room for your own clients), discounted access to therapist peer support groups , free coffee and chat clubs for affiliates and more? 

* Would you like add a few clients to your own private practice and see the clients we refer on around your other commitments (i.e. y…

The CBT'ers Club is Back! Membership for therapists, counsellors, psychologists, psychotherapists, coaches, mental health practitioners of all modalities - not just CBT!

The CBT'ers Club is Back! Wondering what has been happening and what will happen?

Well, we're 'breaking' the break from The CBT'ers Club. There were various reasons for the break (those of you who were previous members or on the mailing list will have got an extended email yesterday or this morning with details) and will be accepting Memberships in May again.

We'll be kicking things off with a FREE networking event in Glasgow city centre in May. Refreshments and snacks provided and a great opportunity to meet and chat with other therapists, counsellors, psychologists etc. and meet with those you haven't seen for a wee while too.

In June/July, we're also offering a FREE Therapist Support and Supervision Group (8 places available). 

Not only that, we're offering Members the following:

* Free Membership for 2020
* Free first 2 events of 2020
* Free membership to Glasgow and West Eating Disorders Networking Group
* Discounted room hire, supervision and more
* CPD…

#FridayFacts: The Emotional Cup

#FridayFacts
It's been a busy day so far and this week's 'facts' are a bit later than usual. That's life though. This week's facts look at 'The Emotional Cup'.
It's really important that we do what we can as parents, teachers, aunties and uncles, grandparents, friends, healthcare staff and as any other significant person in a child's life, to help ensure their 'Emotional Cup' is filled, as much as it possible. Why? Because being soothed appropritely, being taken seriously, having feelings and experiences validated, being made to fee worthy and important and knowing that someone cares for them and they feel protected helps a child build their self-esteem and self-compassion, helps grow their identity, values and self-worth, helps them to manage and regulate feelings and emotions more appropriately and ensures they are more resilient and able to deal with stress, loss, conflict, distress and much more in the future, as adults.
We see so many …

#MondayMotivation: It's Never Too Late to Start Over Again

#MondayMotivation
This week's #MondayMotivation is a poem by F.Scott Fitzgerald (one of my favourite authors).
For what it's worth it's never too late to start over again, no matter what age you are. Many of our clients have 'started again' in their 40s, 50s and 60s and while change was a bit scary and daunting for them, undoubtedly, their lives improved.
Hope you like the poem below.
Have a good day, Alexandra 
www.glasgowanxietydepression.co.uk www.eatingdisorderscotland.co.uk www.glasgowtherapyrooms.co.uk www.citizen17therapy.co.uk www.cbtersclub.co.uk

#MondayMotivation: Body Image

#MondayMotivation
Every Monday, we post some 'motivation': this could be a quote, picture, activity, story, articles etc. This week's 'motivation' involves body image (see picture below).
If you need some support with negative body image, body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) or any other distress or difficulties with how you feel about yourself, your self-esteem and maybe identity, please feel free to get in touch with us to find out how we can support you through therapy, counselling and CBT.
Best wishes, Alexandra
support@eatingdisorderscotland.co.uk www.eatingdisorderscotland.co.uk

Friday Facts: Stress

#FridayFacts
Every Friday we'll post some 'facts' and information about mental health and wellbeing. The topic and focus of 'facts' will vary from week-to-week. This week's 'facts' focus on the effects of stress on the body. See poster below.
If stress is disrupting your life, causing you distress, getting in the way of other things in life or causing you problems, why not get in touch with us to find out how we can help with this.
Stress can affect our eating, drinking habits, exercise, sleep, work/life balance, relationships, sex drive, thoughts and feelings, ability to cope, motivation and a whole host of other things.
However, it doesn't have to be like that. Our therapists and counsellors can help you get back on track. Our practitioners are all friendly, understandng, supportive and very experienced and qualified. They are there to listen and support you, at your pace.
Feel free to get in touch with us: * support@eatingdisorderscotland.co.uk * www.ea…