Fri, Jan 26|
Rising Tide Training Room
Demystifying Eating Disorders
In Demystifying Eating Disorders, we will break down some of the most common myths about eating disorders.
Time & Location
Jan 26, 2024, 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Rising Tide Training Room, 204 S 24th St, Rogers, AR 72758, USA
About the event
6.5 NBCC CREDIT HOURS
** Early Bird discount through Dec 26th, 2023: USE CODE "DED2023" in coupon code box at checkout! **
CE Credit will not be awarded to those who are not mental health professionals. Completed evaluation will be required for credit for all participants.
In Demystifying Eating Disorders, we will break down some of the most common myths about eating disorders, what signs and symptoms to look out for, and how we can shift our language around food and bodies to better support those around us who live with disordered eating. Using didactic lectures, collaborative discussion, and experiential exercises, participants will learn how to approach disordered eating with an informed and compassionate lens. This training is open for all people at all levels of experience! If you work with people in a clinical or medical capacity, are a parent, or just want to learn more about eating disorders, you are welcome to attend! (CEUs are available for counselors and social workers)
Lizzie Adams, MS, LAC
Lizzie Reimer Adams is a licensed therapist with over two years of experience sitting with clients through their struggles with anxiety, trauma, and depression. She approaches work with clients from a person-centered, solution-focused, and LGBTQIA+ affirming lens. She is also trauma-informed and trained in EMDR. She has pursued additional training in play therapy (uncertified), sex therapy (uncertified), and, most excitingly, is pursuing certification as a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist under the supervision of Kathryn Antin, LPC-S, CEDS-C. At the time of training, she will have completed over 500 hours of study and treatment of eating disorders.
- Be able to identify names to know in the field of eating disorder work.
- Be able to articulate a broad definition of a clinical eating disorder, and identify symptoms, predisposing, precipitating, and perpetuating factors.
- Discuss previously held beliefs about eating disorders.
- Be able to disentangle the constructs of weight and health by identifying concrete measures and indicators of health outside of body size and appearance.
- Be able to identify the 9 Truths about Eating Disorders.
- Be able to identify the 9 Truths about Weight and Weight Stigma.
- Explain why weight inclusive care is a cultural competence issue and its importance in doing no further harm to clients.
- Be able to identify principles of Intuitive Eating, Competent Eating, and Health at Every Size (HAES).
- Challenge body- and food-based microaggressions, and adopt neutral language when discussing food and bodies.
- 8:00 AM - Doors open, check in begins
- 8:20 AM - Admit Zoom participants
- 8:30 AM - Begin Didactic Lecture 1: Includes introduction, meaningful mingle 1, goals and objectives of the training, terminology and definitions, experiential exercises 1-3, meaningful mingle 2
- 10:15 AM: 15 MINUTE BREAK
- 10:30 AM: Begin Didactic Lecture 2: Includes 9 Truths about Eating Disorders, meaningful mingles 3 and 4, experiential exercise 4, 9 Truths about Weight and Weight Stigma, True Facts about Dieting, HAES and reframing the focus on health
- 12:00 - 1:30 PM: LUNCH
- 1:30 PM: Begin Didactic Lecture 3: Includes Intuitive Eating principles, Satter Model of Competent Eating, meaningful mingle 5, body positivity to body liberation spectrum, practical applications
- 3:15 PM: 15 MINUTE BREAK
- 3:30 PM: Group discussions and “flip the script” exercise/experiential exercise 5 (Zoom breakout rooms needed, groups of 5-6 - or adjusted appropriately based on total number of attendees)
- 4:15 PM: Resources and Q & A
- 4:45 PM: Evaluations and Certificates
- 5:00 PM: END OF TRAINING
TOTAL CEU: 6.5
Withdrawal requests should be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 7 calendar days prior to the scheduled workshop date in order to receive a full refund of the paid workshop fee. Withdrawal requests that are submitted after 7 calendar days prior to the scheduled workshop date will result in a refund of the paid workshop fee minus a $50 administrative fee for 2 day training, and a $25 administrative fee for a 1 day training.
Participants who do not attend a workshop and do not submit a withdrawal request as outlined in the previous section prior to the completion of the workshop will receive a refund of the paid workshop fee minus a $100 administrative fee. Refunds are processed within 7 business days of the completion of the workshop.
Water’s Edge Counseling, Play Therapy & Training reserves the right to cancel a workshop due to insufficient enrollment. Water’s Edge Counseling, Play Therapy & Training will email workshop students at least 5 calendar days in advance of the scheduled workshop date to notify students of the cancellation. Notice will be provided with the option to reschedule for a future course date or to receive a full refund of paid workshop fees.
Water’s Edge Counseling, Play Therapy & Training reserves the right to cancel a workshop due to inclement weather, instructor illness or instructor family emergency. If a workshop is canceled, students will be notified via email prior to the workshop start time. Water’s Edge Counseling, Play Therapy & Training will notify the students of a reschedule date for the workshop within 10 calendar days of the cancelled workshop or as soon as the reschedule date is known.. Notice will be provided with the option to reschedule for the future course date or to receive a full refund of the paid workshop fee.
Concerns should be addressed to Water’s Edge Counseling, Play Therapy & Training, 204 S. 24th Street, Rogers, AR 72756 or 1-479-621-0301. or emailed to email@example.com. When a complaint, either verbally or written is filed with The WEDGE, the following guidelines are followed with respect to achieving resolution.
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