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Treating Neurodevelopmental Disorders (ASD & ADHD) through cognitive behavioural modification approach to CBT - BPS CPD Workshop Division of Clinical Psychology

Date: 4th May 2017

Trainer:Dr Bijal Chheda-Varma


Treating Anorexia Nervosa 

According to the BBC hospital admissions for eating disorders nearly doubled between 2010 and 2015. The Foundation for Clinical Interventions’ one day workshop outlines new dimensions for working with Anorexia Nervosa. The workshop will focus on schema based cognitive behavioural interventions.


11th March 2016

£120 (please contact for group bookings)

Dr Bijal Chheda-Varma Cpsychol Chartered Psychologist (BPS), Practitioner Psychologist (HCPC Reg), CBT Therapist


Nightingale Hospital
The Blue Door Practice
Wimpole Street

Venue:     The BPS Offices, 30 Tabernacle Street, London EC2A 4UE
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24th June 2015

Evening Seminar - Nightingale Hospital - Working in today's market: Willing to tolerate intolerable levels of stress and anxiety


3rd June 2015

Educational talk for Parents at Grimsdell Pre-preparatory School, Mill Hill Foundation

Part 1: Understanding and managing emotions in young children

Helping children develop an emotional vocabulary so that they can express and manage their emotions is the main focus of this topic. Research shows that children who manage emotions better grow up to be well adjusted adults and socialize better. This topic will focus on helping parents learn a few skills to help their children recognize emotions and soothe them in a healthy way. Children often portray difficult behaviour when they are unable to express and regulate their emotions. Difficult behaviour can easily be prevented by adapting a few simple attitudes and methods to manage feelings.

Part 2: The psychology of food and eating in young children

Food is an object we consume when we are hungry. The act of ‘eating’ tells us how we consume food. In the last two decades, our eating habits have fallen into cycles of indulgence followed by cycles of diets leading to imbalance and confusion. This part will focus on helping parents understand their relationship with food and eating and pass on healthy mindsets and attitudes to their young children. Children have a natural instinct towards consuming food as essential for survival. However the influence of adult mindsets interrupts these healthy instincts. Parents will be provided “food for thought” enabling them to challenge unhealthy attitudes towards food and eating so that they are able to provide a healthy backdrop of eating for their children.