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Professor of Psychiatry, Kings College
University of London, and Head of the Eating Disorders Unit at
the South London and Maudsley Hospital.
Professor Treasure has been
active in the design, delivery and evaluation of the application of
motivational interviewing (MI) into the management of eating
disorder and diabetes mellitus for over 16 years. She is a member
of the International Organisation of Trainers in Motivational
Interviewing (MINT) and is trained in the use of standardised
instruments to deliver motivational interviewing (MITI).
Professor Treasure has also
published self-help books for patients and family members which
incorporate teaching in motivational interviewing, and has
developed a distance learning training course in MI at Kings
College University of London. She has been a co-investigator,
trainer and supervisor on projects which have used MI in eating
disorders, and is currently a trainer and supervisor on projects in
which the parents of young people with eating disorders or Type 1
diabetes learn the principles of MI so that they can effectively
support change or treatment adherence.
Declaration of interests: Professor
Treasure has written chapters on MI and has written a distance
learning programme for KCI on MI.
Research Psychologist, King's College, London;
coach and trainer.
Dr Macdonald is actively involved in
supporting the carers of people with eating disorders using the
principles of MI. She is part of a team that has devised a training
course for carers to become peer mentors, teaching the principles
of MI to other carers.
Dr Macdonald currently supervises experienced
carers on their fidelity to the MI model in the Expert Carers
Helping Others project. She is a passionate advocate of
evidence-based research that equips carers with the appropriate
information and tools that will help them best support their loved
one through their eating disorder. She has co-edited a Clinicians
Guide with Professors Janet Treasure and Ulrike Schmidt and has
contributed to several peer reviewed papers in the academic
Declaration of interests: