Online CPD – On Feeding and Being Fed: Attachment and Food – Linda Cundy

On Feeding and Being Fed: Attachment and Food

Trainer: Linda Cundy
Duration: 1 hour 56 minutes
Cost: £30

This Training Video captures all the key learning points from our live training workshop with Linda Cundy on an attachment perspective to understanding our relationship with food.

From the start of life, feeding is a relational experience. The bond between caregiver and infant is brokered in the intimacy of feeding, and our attachment to food is an expression of the relationships we form with other people and ourselves. Our relationship with food expresses something of our attachment histories, secure or insecure: safety and security may be sought in eating or in refusal to eat.

This training video will help you to explore how our relationships with food are shaped in early life in the context of our first attachments, and how food mediates our relationships throughout life.

Throughout the video there will be opportunities for you to consider the place of food and eating in your own life and in the lives of your clients from an attachment perspective.

This Training Video also contains discussion summaries from the live workshop, and case studies which you can pause and reflect on.

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The Trainer

Linda Cundy is an attachment-based psychoanalytic psychotherapist in private practice.

She has run courses on attachment at the Wimbledon Guild since 2000. These have now been formalised into a Post Graduate Diploma in Attachment-Based Therapy, and Linda is the course director and lead tutor. She has also taught for two decades on psychotherapy and counselling courses.

A book, Love in the Age of the Internet: Attachment in the Digital Era was written / edited by Linda and published in 2015 by Karnac, and Anxiously Attached: Understanding and Working with Preoccupied Attachment is due for publication during 2017.

Linda’s main practice is in Stoke Newington, where she offers attachment-based psychotherapy, counselling and clinical supervision.