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A lot of work has been done to expand the public’s perception of eating disorders as something that affects more than just women with slender bodies. However, more awareness of the higher prevalence of eating disorders among the LGBTQ+ community is needed.
In this webinar, learn about the unique challenges facing youth with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and co-occurring anxiety or depression and how to best treat these patients during the pandemic. Discussion topics will include strategies to facilitate coping with changes in routine, how treatment techniques differ between in-person and telehealth care, and tips for modifying telehealth treatment to increase participation, engagement, and response.
Part two of this series will highlight important cultural considerations when treating patients struggling with co-occurring mental health and addiction during the COVID-19 pandemic. Additional discussion topics will include the use of pharmacotherapy when delivering treatment via telehealth and specific interventions, and how clinicians can assist patients in building community with others during the pandemic.
For patients struggling with mental health challenges, a behavioral specialist is an integral part of the therapeutic team at Rogers Behavioral Health.
In part one of this webinar series, learn about the factors that must be considered when using telehealth to treat patients with a substance use disorder. This presentation will also include discussions about the unique treatment factors impacting the patient population, potential risks, and the importance of conducting a risk assessment with patients through telehealth.
The tragic killing of George Floyd and the ensuing events have taken a heavy toll on our nation, bringing to the surface yet again deep wounds of racism and questions of how we can bring about lasting change. Experts agree a good place to start is in the home with parents talking with their children about racism and social justice—and it’s never too soon.
An alarming new trend has developed as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve—mental health hotlines of all kinds are reporting a dramatic spike in calls.
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.
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