Eating Disorder Continuing Education
Eating disorders are common but can be difficult to diagnose and treat. This diagnosis seminar on eating disorders teaches clinicians how, in a structured manner, to diagnose a variety of eating disorders. Additionally, this seminar helps clinicians determine the level of care that will best benefit clients, based on several factors.
a). Name at least two common myths about eating disorders.
b). Identify ways clients may mislead, disassociate, or under-report their symptoms.
c). Perform a thorough eating disorder assessment for diagnosis and determining the level of care.
d). State the function and role of ED’s and the factors that typically create an ED.
e). Identify higher levels of care in eating disorder treatment, assessing & connecting clients to the appropriate level of treatment.
f). State one way we can educate clients about treatment teams for eating disorders.
g). Name at least two different treatment modalities that have efficacy and are commonly used in the treatment of eating disorders.
The target audience for this event includes psychologists, licensed clinical social workers, licensed counselors, MFT’s, and other clinical mental health professionals.
Instructional Level: Intermediate
Instructor(s): Jenny Helms, LMFT
Material Author(s): Jenny Helms, LMFT
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