Aid, Support and Recovery from Restrictive Eating Disorders
6th June 2020, 9.30am to 12.30pm Mother and daughter share their story of living with and overcoming Anorexia Nervosa
Rachel and Emily Spence share their approach to healing. The workshop will focus on ISR (Identification, Separation and Release) a psychological recovery process from restrictive eating.
The following areas will be explored:
- What are Restrictive Eating
- The recovery process
- ISR therapy techniques
- How to apply the techniques to aid recovery from REDs
During the hell of living with an eating disorder the sufferers often lose sight of their core selves. Instead they become lost in a mire of disordered thoughts and behaviours. The degree of a person's loss of self varies greatly but the simple design of the ISR technique aims to encourage the individual to look beyond their eating disorder and instead focus on their unique self.
"During my personal recovery I became aware of the process of my own journey; it gave me a new understanding of my illness and so empowered me within my recovery. I developed the method into a therapeutic technique to support the recovery from restrictive eating disorders." Emily Spence, Anorexia Nervosa Survivor and ISR Founder.
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