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Presenter: Aleta Storch
Eating disorders among people with ADHD is much higher than in the general population. ADHD is a specialty population that does not fit into the more traditional and neurotypical models of eating disorder assessments, diagnostic tools, and treatment approaches.
Presenters : Neathery Falchuk & Gina Mateer
Eating disorders are complex illnesses causing changes to both the brain and the body. It is for this reason a specialized team of professionals is necessary for successful treatment outcomes. How effectively this team communicates can dramatically influence the quality of treatment provided by the team and the outcomes for individual clients.
Presenter: Beth Rosen
This webinar will explore the connection between eating disorders and the most common gastrointestinal disorders among eating disorder clients, specifically IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) and gastroparesis.
Marci identifies as a Food and Body Imager Healer®. She has dedicated her career to counseling, supervising, and teaching in the field of eating disorders. She is a Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian and Supervisor and certified Intuitive Eating Counselor.Find out more »
Presenters: Kacy Grossman & Julia Cassidy
Many people are skeptical about the role of nutrition and mental health. Truth be told, and proven by several research studies, nutrient deficiencies and imbalances adversely affect the way we think and feel.
Presenter: Val Schonberg
Understanding the effect of aging, changing hormones, and dieting on a woman's body can be helpful for providers in implementing therapies and strategies to help manage symptoms and improve health outcomes in midlife and beyond.
Meghan is a psychotherapist and consultant based in Toronto, Ontario. Meghan is the Managing Clinical Director of Bloom Psychology and Wellness, a group practice focused on helping clients explore their relationship with themselves and create sustainable, and insight-driven growth and healing.Find out more »
Presenter: Lara Minges
Eating disorders among people with disabilities are a quiet, serious problem. Historical and current devaluation of people with disabilities has led to a lack of focus on the importance of disability as lived by disabled people.
Neathery Thurmond Falchuk (she/they) is a queer, Latinx, relational therapist, licensed clinical social worker and supervisor, certified group psychotherapist, certified Body Trust® provider (in training), and certified meditation teacher.Find out more »
Presenters:Wendy Sterling & Casey Crosbie
There are several methods currently being used for nutritional rehabilitation in eating disorder treatment. In today’s session, we discuss the pros/cons of these methods and how the Plate-by-Plate approach is different.
Presenter: Scout Silverstein
This webinar will focus on developing necessary competencies for treating transgender and intersex people with eating disorders.
Jacque Mular has extensive experience working with people struggling with disordered eating and body image issues as both a psychotherapist and a nutrition therapist.Find out more »
Presenters: Jessica Wilson and Whitney Trotter
This webinar will help clinicians identify the influences of white feminism on the existing eating disorder treatment models. Participants will be asked to participate in a reckoning with and radical departure from white-centered frameworks.
Presenter: Jennifer Gaudiani
Severe and enduring anorexia nervosa requires skill, patience, and a strong therapeutic relationship to treat. In this webinar, Dr. Gaudiani will use case examples to illustrate various manifestations of SE-AN and the many ways in which recovery might go next.