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Nutritional Interventions For Eating Disorders

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The ONLY course of its kind in the UK.

Knowledge about nutritional aspects of food intake, eating behaviour and weight regulation is essential if someone with an eating disorder is to recover.

This course informs and empowers health professionals who encounter eating disorders in their work, who wish to add nutritional guidance to their treatment for disordered eating. You will learn why nutritional interventions are so important and how to integrate simple, effective nutritional approaches alongside other aspects of treatment.


The course is suitable for counsellors, psychologists, addiction specialists, psychotherapists, doctors, psychiatrists, dieticians and nutritionists, nurses, coaches and social workers. No prior nutritional knowledge is needed.

You will learn

  • Why nutritional counselling is so important
  • How the body uses nutrients
  • How the body responds to dietary chaos
  • Simple steps correcting biochemical imbalances
  • How to communicate your knowledge to your clients to motivate change
  • How to learn what is useful from other sources and reject dietary myths
  • How to apply your learning to your own relationship with food

what happens on this course

This course is largely taught from the front, however with ample opportunity to work in pairs and small group format. At the end of the course there is a case study provided to teach you how to apply the taught material to a real life scenario.

Location London
Category Talking Therapies
Details of Event
Start date 28 Nov 2019
Venue Address London
Amount £550
Organiser National Centre for Eating Disorders
Speaker Jane Nodder
Contact No. 084 5838 2040
Keywords Psychological, Psychotherapy, Therapy
Regions Greater London