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Recorded Webinar- Understanding, Diagnosing, and Treating Eating Disorders

Recorded Webinar- Understanding, Diagnosing, and Treating Eating Disorders
3 General CEs

No matter the field of therapy, it is likely that clinicians will come across eating disorders and/or body image distress at some point in their career. Attendees of this workshop will build an understanding of eating disorders, learn tools for treatment, and explore how to collaborate as a member of an interdisciplinary treatment team. Presenters will explore the development of eating disorders and body image distress, the roles of the 4 members of a treatment team, and how eating disorders impact both the emotional and physical health of those with this diagnosis.

Objectives include:
-To understand types of eating disorders and how to differentiate/diagnose
- To understand body image and eating disorder etiology
- To learn specific roles of each member of an ED treatment team and collaboration
- To utilize specific therapeutic interventions
- To understand levels of care and when to refer out

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All On-demand/pre-recorded courses are approved for continuing education for Oklahoma LPCs and LMFTs, LADCs and CADCs (Provider # 20240018), and LCSWs (Provider # 202400088). On-demand/pre-recorded courses do not qualify for NBCC credit at this time.

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Non-members pay $30 for access to recorded webinars.
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Morgan Anderson, LPC
Morgan Anderson, LPC, began working with the Laureate Eating Disorders Program in 2012 as a psychiatric technician, which sparked her passion for working in this field. She currently serves as an inpatient therapist for the adult eating disorders program. Before joining the adult inpatient treatment team in 2021 she worked at Laureate’s outpatient clinic serving those in the community struggling with binge eating, bulimia, anorexia, and ARFID.

Mrs. Anderson has a passion for empowering individuals and their families in the process of finding healing, strength and purpose in their unique experiences. She pulls from ego state therapy, dialectical behavior therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy in her work. Mrs. Anderson received her Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from Oklahoma Christian University and her Master of Science degree in community counseling from Oklahoma State University. She is trained in EMDR therapy, which she utilizes to help clients process and find relief from past traumas and heal their relationships with themselves.

Morgan Rhoads, LPC-Candidate
Morgan Rhoads, MS, LPC-C, received her Bachelor of Science in Educational Studies, and her Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Arkansas. Originally joining the Laureate Eating Disorders program as a therapy intern, Morgan now works as a therapist on Laureate’s adult eating disorders treatment team.

Morgan approaches her work with unconditional positive regard for her clients, an awareness of attachment patterns, trauma, cultural identity and operates from a relational, person-centered lens. By utilizing a relationship-based treatment approach and integrating experiential techniques, she enjoys supporting clients in finding meaning in their unique experiences in the world. Morgan believes that healing is not linear but that through the therapeutic process clients are able to foster the skills needed to create a life and recovery that is fulfilling and meaningful.
Remember Oklahoma Counseling Institute members save every day!

Non-members pay $30 for access to live webinars.
OCI Members pay only $18

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The Oklahoma Counseling Institute™ is an approved continuing education provider for Oklahoma LPCs and LMFTs, LADCs and CADCs (Provider # 20240018), and LCSWs (Provider # 202400088).
Our CE courses are open to all mental health professionals, but Members of the Oklahoma Counseling Institute™ receive a discount off all in-person workshops, live webinars, and on-demand courses. Join today!

No Prerequisites Required for This Course.
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