Successful Collaboration for Eating Disorder Care

  • 10/14/2022 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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  • Zoom
  • Presented in partnership with Timberline Knolls by Maria Meintanis, MEd., MS, LCPC

    Multidisciplinary care is essential for clients struggling with eating disorder symptoms, but especially for clients with co-occurring trauma or mental health diagnoses.  This presentation will examine through case studies, how therapists and dietitians can successfully work as a team with clients with multiple diagnoses. 

    Objectives of the Presentation:

    • Recognize connections between eating disorder symptoms and behaviors and co-occurring trauma and mental health symptoms. 
    • Identify the benefits and goals of a collaborative therapist/dietitian treatment team. 
    • Formulate and implement integrated treatment plan with therapist, dietitian and client in processing and exposure therapies. 
    • Examine specific successes, challenges, and lessons through case studies of clients with co-occurring disorders, such as: identifying whether it’s a fear food or a trauma trigger, co-facilitating individual and family sessions, supporting processing, and reinforcing coping skills. 

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