Spoke to my CPN

My CPN community psychiatric nurse called me yesterday.

Dr. Barry had spoke to her about working with me on our eating disordered behaviours.

She is willing to work with us.

I am so relieved!

Again, this is not her usual role, so we’ll need to think about how we want to go about it.

We are having weekly sessions and we will meet in person.

Our first session is next Thursday afternoon at 2 PM.

I am hoping that this will help Emily, with her struggles surrounding food.

We are going to do food diaries, and work from the slimming world book, but we are also going to do some stuff around carb counting, psychoeducation about diabetes etc.

I’m glad we’ll be meeting weekly.

I found out that the friendly call minibus will bring me to my appointment and bring me home afterwards, so I won’t have to worry about paying for taxi’s.

This is good news!

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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