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This presentation will provide attendees with foundational information about how to identify and treat disordered eating, recognizing intuitive eating and health at every size as essential components of healing food and body concerns. The presenter will discuss the impact the pandemic has had on the eating disorder community, and discuss recommendations for additional care and support to clients. Attendees will leave with an understanding of the scope of practice, referrals, and resources for themselves and their clients.
The objective of the Presentation:
1. Understand the intersection of biology/genetics, mental health, and the world in which we live as it pertains to EDs
2. Screen and assess individuals for eating disorder symptoms and provide a probable diagnosis
3. Describe the approaches of A) intuitive eating and B) health at every size for the treatment of individuals with food and body concerns
4. Articulate the intersection of oppression, weight bias, and size discrimination with regard to food and body
5. Articulate an understanding of the scope of practice within a treatment team and identify referral resources
Jasmine is a private practitioner in Vancouver, WA who works to afford her clients the most individualized, comprehensive approach to disordered eating and healing. She leans heavily on Mindfulness-based CBT and IFS, although Jasmine frequently incorporates DBT, Gestalt, and MI in her work.
Time: 10AM-12PM PST
2 Continuing Education credits
The Recovery Village Ridgefield has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 7009.
NBCC credit is automatically accepted for National Certified Counselors recertification. Most state Professional Counselor Licensure Boards readily accept NBCC credit for licensure renewal. In order to be certain, contact your board directly for information on their continuing education requirements.