The third webinar of the support program, organized and conducted on a volunteer basis by the Association of Doctors and Psychologists “Eating Disorders: Therapy and Prevention” and by a team of psychologists from Patrick’s Mental Health Services (Dublin, Ireland).

 

We express our deep gratitude to colleagues who led and supported this project:

St Patrick’s Mental Health Services (SPMHS), Dublin, Ireland.

Psychology Department:

Adj Prof Clodagh Dowling, Director of Psychology at SPMHS & Adj Prof at the School of Psychology, University College Dublin (UCD)

Dr. Clíona Hallissey Clinical Psychologist, SPMHS

Dr. Marion Mernagh Clinical Psychologist, SPMHS

Lizzy O’ Brien, Assistant Psychologist, SPMHS

 

Communications Department:

Sinéad Makk, Communications Manager, SPMHS

Katie Crosby, Communications Officer, SPMHS

Tamara Nolan, Director of Communications, SPMHS

 

Association of Doctors and Psychologists “Eating Disorders: Therapy and Prevention”

Tetyana Nazarenko: psychologist, psychotherapist, chairman of the board of the Association

Dr Maryna Fatieieva, psychologist, PhD

 

Marina Svētiņa: nutritionist, Children’s clinical university hospital of Riga (Latvia)

 

Translator:

Kateryna Chudnenko: psychologist and psychotherapist from St Patrick’s Mental Health Services.

 

This project was created for Ukrainian men and women with eating disorders, for whom therapy was not available due to the war.

During the 4 weeks, we provided information about eating disorders and discussed how compassion can help in the recovery process. We also discussed the symptoms of eating disorders and the ideas of a psychotherapeutic approach called Compassion-Focused Therapy for Eating Disorders (CFT- E).

 

The therapeutic part of this project is not recorded due to privacy concerns.

 

These webinars are not psychotherapy, however, we hope they can help. The webinars are designed to give you an opportunity to reflect on the complexities that can be caused by eating disorders. We would also like to remind you that you can contact the Association’s specialists for help.