Working with anorexia - why we shouldn't focus on food
with Martin Dunne
"More people die from anorexia than they do any other mental illness, that's really important to remember, that time is of the essence and your intervention has to be really focussed..."
Martin Dunne is a human givens therapist, he has a successful private practice in a dedicated, multi-disciplinary holistic clinic. Martin also has extensive experience in group and individual psychotherapy with young trainees in REHAB; and currently in Ireland's largest addiction treatment centre. Martin has worked for over 10 years helping people overcome trauma, addiction and eating disorders.
We are delighted to be discussing his work with eating disorders today.
Read Martin`s article - Eating disorders: an empowering new perspective
Read Martin's article - If the doors and windows are locked, try the keyhole
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