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  1. Disordered Eating Therapy GroupSession Outline Mike Bryant Student Counsellor LSE Student Counselling Service 2013

  2. The Disordered Eating Therapy Group • … provides participants an opportunity to develop new behaviours and more helpful thoughts affecting their eating habits. • …. is part experiential, part psycho-educational • … is suitable for bulimic, bingeing, restrictive or compulsive eaters.  • … is not suitable for people with life-threatening eating disorders.

  3. Session components • Introductions • Understanding emotions • Challenging Mindsets • Body image • Relationships • Coping strategies • Seeking further help

  4. Introductions • Personal goals for the group • Work in pairs: what has / hasn’t worked in the past • Change: why now? • Stages of change readiness

  5. Understanding emotions • Identifying and accepting emotions • “Mad / bad / sad / glad” • Shame

  6. Emotions: a crash course

  7. Emotions: dissociation • Understanding dissociation • How do we choose to not be present • Dissociation and self-harming • Becoming vigilant

  8. Mindsets • Review: how did last week feel? • How the disordered mindset is maintained • Thoughts feelings

  9. Mindsets: Distorted Automatic Thoughts

  10. Mindsets: Labelling the Distorted Automatic Thoughts

  11. Challenging the Mindsets • “Payoffs” of your distorted thoughts beliefs • Body checking and avoidance / “feeling fat” • “Rules” in maintaining disordered eating

  12. Body image • Self concept and body image • Beliefs about eating, weight and body shape • Beliefs about dieting • Beliefs about exercise

  13. Triggers • Identifying moods and stressors • Common triggers: anger / anxiety / relationships • Other triggers

  14. Relationships • Relationship patterns • Food as a substitute relationship partner • Mothers and daughters • Men and disordered eating • Food as a reponse to crises

  15. Coping Strategies • What works / doesn’t work for you • Coping with too much spare time • “Urge Surfing” strategies • Self-soothing strategies • Identifying barriers to change • Inner child work • Sub personalities (e.g., dieter, binger, critic) • Relaxation methods

  16. Relapse Prevention • Cycle of addictions • Maintaining achieved goals • Plans for preventing relapse

  17. Seeking further help • LSE Student counselling service • Long-term therapy • Medical support