Seminar | March 2022
Understanding Eating Disorders: Moving from Maladaptive to Adaptive Coping Skills
Date: March 22, 2022
Presenter: Gabrielle Katz LCSW, CEDS-S, Kelsey West, MSW, Coastal Collaborative Care LLC, Barry McNinch, MS, Northern Virginia Counseling Services
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This presentation educates the audience on viewing eating disorder behaviors in a trauma-informed lens. We will be discussing what happens in the brain, understanding the eating disorder as a protective part, and exploring how other co-occurring behaviors can appear when we are treating the eating disorder. Throughout the presentation we will provide examples of adaptive coping skills that can help our clients long-term with recovery.
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