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Glasgow and West Scotland Eating Disorders Service
your voice counts : recovery exists
We are qualified and/or accredited psychotherapists and clinicians with specialised clinical training in CBT and practice as Integrative Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapists. We are experienced clinicians working in eating disorders, although we have lots of experience working with many other issues too, including depression, anxiety, body image, stress, self-esteem and much more.
We have undergraduate and postgraduate university degrees in Psychology and Psychological Research as well as in English. Our Director will be starting her Doctorate in Psychology in 2017. We have additional qualifications in other therapies such as Stress Management Therapy, Clinical Hypnotherapy as well as qualifications in training, clinical supervision, self-harm, suicide and much more!
We engage in regular Clinical Supervision (individual, group and peer supervision) and frequent Continuous Professional Development (CPD). Our therapists hold Professional Membership with various organisations, including COSCA, BABCP, The CBT'ers Club and The British Psychological Society. They have their own Professional Indemnity Insurance, PVG/Disclosure Scotland Membership and are registered with ICO's Data Protection Scheme.
Never give a negative thought an inch or it
will take a mile.
- Matshona Dhliwayo -
CBT is an evidence-based approach that has been proven to work effectively in overcoming problems and challenging situations in the here and now.
CBT is recommended by The National Institute for Clinical Excellence (N.I.C.E.) as a treatment for anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, phobias, acute stress, post-traumatic stress disorder, eating disorders and is very helpful in the treatment of many other problems and conditions. The key basics of CBT therapy are:
Integrative Therapy incorporates, for instance: general counselling, cognitive behavioural therapy, person-centred approaches, behavioural activation, dialectical behavioural therapy, stress management coaching, mindfulness, schema therapy, compassion focused therapy, personal coaching and elements of other approaches.. The key basics of Integrative Therapy are: