Andreana Saffi Biasetti – Disordered Eating: Somatic, Self-Compassion, and Mindfulness Interventions for Lasting Recovery
Overeating. Emotional eating. Chronic dieting. Binge eating. Restriction. Compensatory behaviors.
Regardless of where your clients fall on the disordered eating spectrum, they all share the same painful cyclical experience of unrelenting self-criticism, negative body image, unhealthy behavior, and shame. And while great strides have been made in ED treatment, the recovery rate is still only 50%.
Watch Dr. Ann Saffi, Somatic Psychotherapist and ED specialist, for this in-depth recording where you’ll discover how to help clients re-connect with their long-neglected bodies, let go of the “not ____ enough” narrative, and learn to embrace, befriend, and listen to the internal wisdom of their bodies.
Packed with practical interventions based in somatic psychotherapy, self-compassion, and mindfulness, this comprehensive seminar will shift your perspective and provide you with strategies that:
- Shift the focus from shame to empowerment from the very start of treatment
- Are evidence-based and can easily be integrated into what you’re already doing
- Replace the harsh inner critic with self-compassion and curiosity
- Help clients re-establish bodily cues for hunger, fullness, and sensory awareness
- Calm the nervous system and regulate emotions in triggering situations
This training is a must-have for clinicians treating any form of disordered eating, eating disorders, and/or body image disturbance – purchase today!
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Embodiment: Setting the Stage for Self-Compassion and Recovery
- What is embodiment and why does it matter?
- Why somatic interventions are the missing piece of sustained recovery
- The “mind-body divide” in Western culture
- Changing our perception of what sustainable recovery looks like
- Experiential Strategy: Breath Inside the Body
The Neuroscience Behind ED: Why Brain-Based Interventions Are Imperative to Recovery
- What happens in the eating disordered brain?
- Understanding interoceptive awareness (IA)
- The link between the nervous system, embodied cognition, and emotional regulation
- Reduce shame and blame with accurate psychoeducation
- Experiential Strategy: Interoceptive Awareness (IA) Practice of Emotional Containment
Self-Compassion: “How Do I Take Care of Myself When I Hate Myself?”
- The three components of self-compassion
- Delivery is everything when it comes to self-compassion!
- Developing self-compassion when there is none to be found
- Moving from compassion to action
- Strategies to help your client:
- Reframe the recovery process as both nonlinear and continuous
- Embrace themselves in a kinder, gentler way
- Release the shame/blame cycle
- Soothe the inner critic
- Learn to re-parent themselves
- Experiential Strategy: Connecting with Another, Connecting with Self
Mindfulness and Emotional Regulation: Feel it, Label it, Attend to it
- What if your client can’t handle what they become aware of?
- Stay in the moment, contain the moment, move on from the movement
- Strategies to help your client:
- Stay in the moment, regardless of how it feels
- Build distress tolerance and emotional regulation
- Manage body image triggers
- Cope with challenging moments
- Experiential Strategy: Two Wings of a Bird; Compassionate Teacher
- Integrating somatic interventions into existing frameworks (CBT, DBT, etc.)
- Does my client need a specialist or higher level of care?
- Countertransference issues; when to seek supervision
- Limitations of the research and potential risks
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Ann Saffi Biasetti, Ph.D., LCSWR, CIAYT, is a psychotherapist, author and speaker with over 27 years of experience in the treatment of disordered eating. Currently in private practice in Saratoga Springs, NY, Dr. Biasetti is also the owner of an Embodied Life yoga therapy training center where she trains yoga teachers in the practice of restorative yoga and embodiment. A specialist in somatic psychotherapy and eating disorder recovery, Dr. Biasetti is the founder and creator of the Befriending Your Body Program (BFYB), an 8-week holistic program teaching the skills of embodiment and self-compassion for eating disorder recovery. Ann is a Certified Yoga Therapist (CIAYT) and a Certified Mindfulness and Self-Compassion teacher through the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy (IMP) and the Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) program.
A sought-after speaker and trainer, Ann has presented at national eating disorder conferences as well as in school systems educating mental health clinicians, teachers, and parents on assessment, interventions and eating disorder prevention. Her first book, Befriending Your Body: A Self-Compassionate Approach to Freeing Yourself from Disordered Eating (Shambhala, 2018) has received outstanding reviews from consumers and colleagues alike. Ann has been featured on several podcasts discussing eating disorder recovery, embodiment training and self-compassion skills, and she is an ongoing contributing author and featured presenter to Recovery Warriors, a top online eating disorder resource. Please visit www.anembodiedlife.com for more information about Ann.
Financial: Ann Saffi Biasetti is in private practice. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-Financial: Ann Saffi Biasetti is a Co-Chair Member of AED (Academy of Eating Disorders) and Co-Chair member of the Somatic Special Interest Group.
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