Free New Maudsley Training – Skills Based Caring in Eating Disorders

Summer 2021 workshops

Bodywhys is offering New Maudsley Carer Skills workshops for parents who have completed our PiLaR programme, over the summer.

When:

  • Monday 28th and Tuesday 29th June 7-9pm
  • Monday 12th and Tuesday 13th July 7-9pm
  • Monday 23rd and Tuesday 24th August 7-9pm (follow up)

Bookings:

To book a place, please contact Terri via pilar@bodywhys.ie

Background to New Maudsley Carer Skills:

In 2019, Harriet Parsons, Training and Development Manager, was trained by Gillian Todd, in delivering the New Maudsley Skills Workshops. These workshops focus on building carer’s skills to tackle common issues such as

  • Dealing with challenging behaviour
  • Specialised communication skills
  • Avoiding traps that may maintain the disorder
  • Supporting recovery

These workshops will focus on practical application of skills, building on the knowledge and insight carers have gained through the PiLaR programme.

These practical workshops will be limited to 20 participants, and will involve group work. It is important that participants commit to attending all workshops.

To find out more about the New Maudsley Carer Skills please see this link.

New Maudsley Training addresses:

Recovery Psychoeducation and empathy
Communication skills Change
Relapse Difficult behaviours and stumbling blocks

For further information, see the Kent New Maudsley website.

Archive information

In August 2018, Bodywhys announced the availability of 4 free New Maudsley training – skills based caring, an evidence based approach to eating disorders workshops, delivered by Gill Todd – RMN, MSc.The 2 day interactive workshops are aimed at family members of those supporting a person with an eating disorder. Clinicians and professionals are also welcome to attend.

As of June 2019, the workshops have now concluded. Any future developments will be posted here once confirmed.

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Completed

Galway – October 2018.

Dublin – January 2019.

Leitrim – March 2019.

Tipperary – June 2019.

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