Treating eating disorders during COVID-19

New webinar series

Though the COVID-19 pandemic prevents us from providing in-person continuing education opportunities, Rogers is excited to announce our fourth webinar series, "Treating eating disorders during COVID-19." This free two-part series for intermediate level clinicians will provide the opportunity to earn 1.5 CE credits for each 90-minute webinar presentation attended as you develop a greater understanding of the modifications needed for treating adults and youth with eating disorders during the pandemic.

Part I: Treating eating disorders during COVID-19: Effective cognitive behavioral therapy for adults

Thursday, May 28 from 1 to 2:30 pm ET (12 pm CT / 10 am PT)

Presented by Nicholas Farrell, PhD, and Brad E. R. Smith, MD

In part one of this webinar series, learn how to develop modifications to cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) that are responsive to the lifestyle changes required during social distancing. With a particular focus on treating adults, this presentation will also discuss an empirically supported CBT model of eating disorders, applying CBT to a variety of features of eating disorders, how to assess and manage medical morbidities, and considerations for telehealth.

Part II: Treating eating disorders during COVID-19: Considerations for evidence-based treatment in youth

Thursday, June 4 from 1 to 2:30 pm ET (12 pm CT / 10 am PT)

Presented by Stephanie Eken, MD, FAAP, and Nicholas Farrell, PhD

Part two of this series will review the key components of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and family-based treatment (FBT), examine how to apply them when treating youth and their families, and explore areas where these evidence-based approaches overlap. Additional discussion topics will include the role of familial accommodation and adjustments that can be made to CBT and FBT in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you are unable to attend, a recording of each webinar will be available in the Resources section of our website for you to watch at your convenience; however, please note that CE credit will not be awarded.

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