Monday September 14th and Friday September 18th
The workshops will be held on:
Monday September 14th
Workshop One – Introductions, Psychoeducation and Empathy 10 am to 12 pm
Workshop Two – Cycle of Change and Motivational Language 2pm to 4pm
Friday September 18th
Workshop Three – Reflecting on Caring Responses. What to Try When Things Feel Stuck 10am to 12pm
Workshop Four – Coaching Your Loved One to Make Their Own Changes 2pm to 4pm
These will be bite size versions of the usual face to face workshops (which usually take place over 15 hours), and will be aimed to provide you with practical tips and useful phrases to empower you to re-energise and to come alongside your loved one with an eating disorder as we progress through lockdown and back to a new normal over the coming months.
Ideally you will attend all four workshops, and you will need access to Zoom and have a quiet space for the duration of the sessions.
Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first serve basis.
If you would like to reserve a place please email me at email@example.com and I will send through a short reservation form and the materials for the workshops. There will be no charge for this course, I will just ask that you complete a short evaluation form at the end of the course as we are very interested in compiling evidence that online workshops are effective.
“Thank you so kindly for giving your time and delivering the valuable workshops last week. Bite size or not I found the experience deeply moving and thought provoking. I have been practising changing the way approach things in my head.”
“I want to say a massive thank you for the sessions last week. It was such a privilege to be able to attend, and we learned so much. It became much clearer how these frameworks fit together, and how non linear the process is (versus the linear narrative in the book)!”
“A belated heartfelt thank you for all the time and energy you have put into the two day workshop for us. We are so lucky to have been introduced by K, it has been a steep learning curve and we will probably need to come back a few times!”