Training for digital and manual resources

Bespoke training delivered by clinicians who are experts in the field and hold teaching qualifications, in a location convenient to you.

How many people can be trained in a day?

Our online training groups can host up to 35 candidates, and we run courses throughout the year.

What does post-training supervision involve?

The supervision is in place to allow the guide to feel supported after their one-day training and ensure the intervention is as effective as possible. Once you start to use the GSH intervention with a client, there may be times when things don’t go as planned, or you have questions about using the intervention. Post-training supervision is arranged with a trainer and can be face to face, via phone, email or digital technology. Each guide is entitled 2 post-training supervision sessions of up to 30 minutes each.

What does the training involve?

The training is very practical and involves getting hand on with the GSH resource and working with other participants to practice how you will support clients using this resource. It is delivered by a Psychologist and specialist dietitian or therapy assistant, and uses case studies and scenarios to enable participants to think through the application of the learning and any challenges they foresee.

Training and supervision is delivered by specialist eating disorder consultants, hosted online from 9.30 – 2.30pm over two separate days. This is followed by further bespoke training and supervision, (3 days in total). You must ensure that you are able to attend all sessions.

We can also provide on site group training for groups. Please contact us for more details.

Who can be trained as a guide?

Health and social care professionals that meet the following criteria are eligible for training:

  • Work with people who experience disordered eating or eating disorders.
  • Are qualified to at least Primary Care Support Worker level eg level 4 NHS.
  • Have a recognised qualification in health & social care or psychological work and are registered with an independent and recognised regulatory body, e.g. HCPC, NMC, GMC.
  • Have very good communication skills and can build and maintain therapeutic relationships.
  • Work with behaviour change and are familiar with basic behaviour change skills and theory.
  • Receive regular clinical and professional supervision.
  • Do not have an active eating disorder; at least 2 years post recovery.

For example:

  • Psychologists and Assistant Psychologists
  • CBT Therapists
  • Mental Health Nurses
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Doctors
  • Dietitians
  • Social Workers
  • Psychotherapists

Get in touch with us today to schedule your training, delivered by our experts.


WTOED Guided Self-Help Package Process

Health populations who have chosen to benefit from our GSH resource, after registration will;

Receive Support

Receive support over 7 sessions lasting 1 hour per session over a 3-month period.

Qualified Guides

Be assigned a Qualified Guide and undertake an introductory session.

Access Online Resources

Gain access to the online resources including Eating Difficulties Workbook, LIVE and Scrapbook.

Regular Contact

Receive regular calls and LIVE sessions from a trained practitioner (Your Guide).

Track Your Progress

Over 6 sessions your Guide will discuss what you have been learning, help you set goals and keep track of your progress.

Further Support

Evaluation, onward referrals and signposting to further support.

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