Earns Advanced Certification from
The International Association of
Eating Disorders Professionals Foundation
I am a provider of the Safe & Sound Protocol (SSP), created by Dr. Steven Porges, and rooted in his Polyvagal Theory. The SSP is a non-invasive intervention, based on decades of research, which effectiveness has been proven in a wide range of studies.
The SSP exercises the neural pathways associated with regulating behavioral state and social engagement helping to access a calm and grounded state. It can help you feel more safe, calm, grounded and resilient. Can help you think more clearly, attentively, and creatively and connect more openly, genuinely and wholly with other people, yourself and the world.
The complete SSP program comprises 3 main pathways that are accessible through and facilitated by a qualified and certified professional.
Each of the SSP pathways is composed of different filtered, unfiltered and calming 5-hour music playlists for either children or adults.
The SSP pathways are designed to help the nervous system to better receive, process and respond to the cues and signals from the world around us. This helps us learn how to more easily and consistently feel better regulated in the face of life’s challenges.
For more information about SSP please visit : https://integratedlistening.com/ssp-safe-sound-protocol/
If you want to book a consultation to see if SSP is something that can help you please contact Zuzanna email@example.com
I was awarded an achievement badge by an International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals
Psychologyhub team would like to invite you to a FREE webinar series
We are in the middle of a global pandemic. Many of us are being activated in ways we could never have imagined before. Everyone has to adjust to new reality, uncertain future and many loses, but if you have struggled with disordered eating and body image dissatisfaction before you can be experiencing double challenges now - current situation triggering anxiety, depression and all your unhealthy coping patterns.
Join us for one or both of our webinar programs. You can join in any time. You can attend all sessions, you can only attend some. You can ask questions during webinars, or you can just listen.
Covid - 19 Free webinars for People in Recovery from Disordered Eating and Eating Disorders
We will meet for 4 Saturdays at 2.00 pm for 1,5 h sessions.
09.05.2020 "It's all about Regulation" (How to regulate better when we experience anxiety, loss and have to deal with unpredictable future)
16.05.2020 "It's all about your Values" (Pandemic or not, you still want to feel connected to what is really important to you. How to gently redirect ourselves from survival mode into meaningful living - using our regulating skills)
23.05.2020 "It's all about Compassion" (You are probably sick of the word compassion, but don't worry, we will actually talk about workable, helpful strategies, not abstract ideas)
30.05.2020 "It's all about Flexibility" (Don't worry it's not fitness or yoga, but we will still stretch, bend and adjust - but mainly our attitudes, beliefs and perspectives, so it's mental flexibility we will be working on:)
Zuzanna Gajowiec @Psychologyhub
To book your place or to learn more please contact me:
To learn more about me click here: http://psychologyhub.ie/team/zuzanna-gajowiec,110
What coexist inherently with disordered eating are body image issues that can stop us from doing things we love (that contribute positively to our well being). It can also make us engage in behaviours that are not good for us.
Body Anxiety can also exisit on it’s own, without disordered eating.
To compliment Zuzanna’s 4 week webinar program I would like to extend the invitation for you to join me for 4 sessions about our relationship with our bodies and how to improve it.
You can attend as many sessions as you like, sharing experiences is encouraged, but no necessary and only to the level you are comfortable with.
Body Image part is for everyone who experiences critical and negative thoughts about their bodies.
We will meet for 4 Wednesdays at 5.30 pm for 1h session. I will also be available for additional questions, in group or outside of it.
13.05.2020 "What if I told you that the problem with the body is not about the body? (Discover the true meaning of negative self talk)"
20.05.2020 "If you were not this person worried about your body - who would you be?"(Discover what makes you unique)
27.05.2020 "Where did it all go wrong? (Tracing back negative influences, how to let them go and set yourself free)"
03.06.2020 "How to improve your relationship with your body? (Few words about the critical inner voice and how to turn it down)"
Joanna Kesicka @Psychologyhub
Please contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about me click here: http://psychologyhub.ie/team/joanna-kesicka,109
Our Team attended the 5th National Eating Dissorder Conference.
• Prof Anna Keski - Rhkonen Consultant Psychiatrist and Professor of Mental Health , University of Helsinki, Finland had a presentation titled "Hope for Eating Disorders? Current status of treatment and research outcomes" and presented data from the newest research.
It is hopeful to know that research shows people who recover from E.D have the same chances of
getting a college degree
having a child
• Dr. Nikolett Bogar Institute of Behavioural Sciences, Budapest Hungary talked about her research "Eating Disorders and the fashion Industry"
• Fiona Flynn from Bodywhys talked about a fantastic program for adolescents that will promote media literacy and improve body image in young adolescents.
• Nick and Carol Pollard presented their amazing work in creating a website, app and a platform that will support people in recovery and their parents.
We particularly love their Framework for Family Support