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MTC Recovery Classes are now being held online, meaning you can log in and learn about full recovery from an Eating Disorder /Distress, from anywhere in the world. Our recovery classes will provide you with the space to learn about how to free yourself from this all consuming condition and start living a life of contentment. When we are experiencing ED, we can often feel shame and loneliness, our recovery groups are an opportunity to see you are never alone on this journey, and that full recovery is possible.

There is never any pressure for you to share, and anybody willing to learn is welcome to come along and join us on what can be a very exciting, and enjoyable journey.

Groups are held every Tuesday 7.30pm – 9.00pm (GMT)

In order to book your place, simply buy your ticket below, and you will be issued a Zoom link prior to our group.

We will be using Zoom to host the group sessions, you do not have to, but it may be easier if you download the app on your phone, tablet or laptop, prior to the group.

We are very excited to see you all, come together, adapt, and transform this obstacle into more opportunities for Freedom.

MTC team

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Dealing with Suicide, Self Harm & Eating Disorders in the School Environment

March 11, 2024 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm



“Fantastic day from two very professional ladies, but also insightful, practical, eye opening, and reflective. Gave me more as a Chaplain than any other training received before” – G. McCartney, Dominican College

“Thank you so much for such an insightful workshop as I gained so much from attending. It is just great to now be so much more knowledgeable on this subject and to be equipped with such resources, also”. – E.Byrne Sacred Heart

Marino Therapy Centre will again be running their training day for Guidance Counsellors & Teachers, covering the topics below on Monday 11th March 2024.

Marino Therapy Centre has over 30 years experience teaching people and professionals how to achieve freedom from many types of Emotional Distress, including Self Harm, Suicide, Eating Disorder/Distress and various OCDs.

This unique one day workshop aims to have each attendee feeling equipped and competent when they are faced with such challenges in the school environment.

Our training will be facilitated by Marie & Jacqueline Campion who combined, have over 40 years experience in the area of Recovery from ED, as well as their own personal experiences of being fully recovered.

Marie Campion is the Founder of Marino Therapy Centre, author of “Hope : Understanding Eating Disorders”, and has developed and applied “The Psycholinguistic Motivational Model”, to her work in the area of Eating Distress/Disorders for over three decades.

Jacqueline Campion is the host of ED Recovery Podcast “Calling It Out” and has been working in the area of Eating Distress/Eating Disorders for 12 years. Jacqueline has spent the last decade delivering schools talks, facilitating recovery groups and working one to one with clients on their journey to full freedom from Eating Distress.

The training day will cover issues including:

  • Understanding Anxiety, Self-Harm, Suicidal Ideation and Eating Disorders/Distress
  • Application of Psycholinguistic Motivational Model
  • Practical Skills for managing & assessing Anxiety
  • Dealing with students with potential Suicidal & Self-Harming thoughts
  • How to effectively deal with Body Dysmorphic Disorder/Body Dysmorphia in Students
  • Neurodiversity & Eating Disorders /Eating Distress


Date: Monday 11th March 2024

Time: 10am to 4.00pm

Price: €120

Location: via Zoom


Limited spaces are available on the day.

If you would like to book your place, please email our office at



March 11, 2024
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