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VACANCY: Eating Disorders Therapist, based in Glasgow city centre

Psychotherapist/CBT Therapist/Counsellor: Adult Eating Disorders (over 16s) (all modalities welcome to apply) CLOSING DATE: MONDAY 3RD JULY, 5PM START DATE: BY END OF JULY You will see clients at our offices in Glasgow city centre. This is NOT an online role so please do not apply if you cannot work with clients at our offices in Glasgow city centre. Please contact us for a Role Description and Application Form. We do not accept CVs. Talking EDs: Eating Disorders Support Service Scotland seek to recruit a suitable Counsellor/Psychotherapist/CBT Therapist to join our friendly, supportive team of psychotherapists, counsellors, mental health practitioners and dietitians. Other therapeutic modalities are also welcome to apply. We are currently a team of 14. We are looking for an affiliate Psychoherapist or Counsellor: Adult Eating Disorders (over 16s) to provide in-person therapy appointments at our offices in Glasgow city cenotre. ** This role is not suitable for newly qualified therapist

The Anxiety Monster

The anxiety monster is small enough to sit on its victim's shoulder.... If you identify with the rest of the description below, why not get in touch and find out how we can support you.   Q: Do you want to reduce anxiety or learn how to manage it more effectively? Q: Want to learn some tools and strategies that will help you stamp on that anxiety once and for all? Q: Want to feel calmer and more relaxed? Q: Want to not feel you are missing out so much? Q: Want to improve your quality of life?   If you answer 'yes' to some or all of these questions, get in touch and start getting some support. Therapists and counsellors are warm, friendly, experienced, understanding and will walk alongside you, supporting you all the way to start decreasing anxiety, stress and worry.   In-person appointments are available at our offices in Glasgow city centre and and online appointments are available to anyone across the UK (we have people accessing therapy with us from across the UK).    Ap

Can you help with this research about eating disorders?

  If you can help with this research, please get in touch with Emy using the details below. Big thanks!