June 15th 7.30pm on BrEDS Workplace Livestream Channel
Delivering CBT during lock down: Creative solutions for now and the future
Following our last successful webinar on Covid-19 and eating disorders, we will focus this time on how therapy has adapted to lock down and what we can take from these changes to improve treatment in the future. We have two expert speakers, Rebecca Murphy and Glenn Waller.
Rebecca is Senior Research Clinician and Co-Director of CREDO the Centre for Research on Eating Disorders at Oxford and Honorary Clinical Psychologist at Oxford Health NHS
Foundation Trust. She was part of the team that developed and tested Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Enhanced (CBT-E).
Glenn is Professor and Head of Department at Department of Psychology, The University of Sheffield. He has published widely on many aspects of eating disorders, but has a special interest in the treatment of the eating disorders, with a particular focus on cognitive-behavioural approaches. Together with colleagues he has developed and evaluated Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Ten (CBT-T).
Both speakers have recently published papers on the webinar topic.
Each speaker will give a presentation and you will have chance to post questions during the webinar for discussion following the presentations. We will be joined during the discussion by Ricardo Dalle Grave who leads the Lake Garda service in Italy which has developed CBT-E for adolescents, in-patients and day patients. We hope you can attend what should be a thought provoking, but practical webinar.
BrEDS uses Workplace by Facebook – which is a private forum similar in design to Facebook.
Workplace will now only permit us to add people with non-work emails such as gmail, hotmail, aol etc (not even nhs emails work now!).
If you are not currently enjoying easy access to BrEDS please follow these steps:
1. Send an email to contact @ breds.org.uk from your work email (so we know you are associated with an eating disorder service) with the title “Workplace”
2. In the email give your name and a non-work email (e.g. gmail, hotmail, aol, yahoo etc) – it must not have been used with another workplace forum
3. You will be added to the forum – you will receive an email to your non-work email with instructions on how to login.