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Complex Treatment for the Complex Eating Disorder Client: Integrating ACT and Experiential Strategie

Start Date:
Friday, 8 March, 2013
End Date:
Friday, 8 March, 2013 4:00pm
Speciality:
Psychiatry, Family Practice
Website:
http://renfrewcenter.com/events/seminar-complex-treatment-for-complex-eating-disorder-client-integrating-act-and-experiential

This seminar integrates acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) with experiential, expressive methods to provide powerful treatment resources for the practitioner. We will examine the psychological complexity of eating disorder clients - clients of diverse race, culture, sexual orientation and age - who present with one or more co-occurring disorders and, all too often, a history of treatment failures. Attendees will learn to assess the appropriate level of care, prioritize treatment targets and address the temporal order of treatment.This presentation will also incorporate use of body/mind approaches and innovative methods for the clinician to integrate into traditional clinical practice.

Lecture, demonstration exercises, small group discussion and video clips of treatment sessions will be utilized.A take-home resource packet will be provided.

Location

Embassy Suites Nashville,
820 Crescent Centre Drive,
Franklin,
Tennessee,
37067

Organizer Details

Conference organized by Debbie Lucker

Address:
475 Spring Lane, Philadelphia, PA, 19128
Phone:
1-877-367-3383
Email:
dlucker@renfrewcenter.com

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