Creating a Collaborative Approach between Therapist and Dietitians

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Eating smart will not only make you smart, it’s the smart thing to do. You will be at a much lower risk of needing to rely on doctors and medicines to maintain your health.

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– old wives tale

Dear Readers,

In order to effectively treat Eating Disorders, it’s important to create a Collaborative Approach between Therapist and Dietitians . Please find below another brilliant seminar by Castlewood Treatment Centre- Creating a Collaborative Approach between Therapist and Dietitians. I hope you’ll find this webinar very helpful in understanding the importance of using collaborative approach not just between therapist and dietitians but between all members of treatment team and sufferer and their family to effectively treat the eating disorders.

 

Wednesday August 24, 2016

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm CST

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Presented by
Lolly Wool, M.Ed, PLPC, NCC
Lolly Wool, M.Ed, PLPC, NCC Ms. Wool earned her Master’s degree in Counseling from the University of Missouri- St. Louis and earned her Bachelor’s degree in Special Education from University of Missouri- St. Louis. Ms. Wool completed her internship at Castlewood in 2014. During her time as an intern at Castlewood Ms. Wool saw clients for adjunctive therapy focusing on chemical dependency, life skills, and relapse prevention. Ms. Wool also facilitated a variety of therapeutic groups including chemical dependency group and art therapy. Ms. Wool is passionate about working with individuals that struggling with eating disorders and helping them start the journey into recovery.

Lolly Wool, M.Ed, PLPC, NCC
Ms. Wool earned her Master’s degree in Counseling from the University of Missouri- St. Louis and earned her Bachelor’s degree in Special Education from University of Missouri- St. Louis. Ms. Wool completed her internship at Castlewood in 2014. During her time as an intern at Castlewood Ms. Wool saw clients for adjunctive therapy focusing on chemical dependency, life skills, and relapse prevention. Ms. Wool also facilitated a variety of therapeutic groups including chemical dependency group and art therapy. Ms. Wool is passionate about working with individuals that struggling with eating disorders and helping them start the journey into recovery.


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Chelsea Martin, RD, LD
Ms. Martin received her Bachelors of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Dietetics. She completed her dietetic internship at Saint Louis University along with graduate coursework. Ms. Martin is a registered and licensed dietitian. She has worked at Castlewood Treatment Center since the fall of 2011. She started out as a direct care counselor and transitioned into the role of dietitian. She is now the Supervisor of Nutrition Services for Castlewood I and Castlewood II. Ms. Martin works with the kitchen staff and dietitians to ensure the nutritional needs of each client are met in a therapeutic way. She treats clients with all eating disorders to build a new and healthy relationship with food, body image and exercise. She was a participant in level I training in the Internal Family Systems model of Therapy. She is a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics along with the Behavioral Health Nutrition practice group.

Ms. Martin received her Bachelors of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Dietetics. She completed her dietetic internship at Saint Louis University along with graduate coursework. Ms. Martin is a registered and licensed dietitian. She has worked at Castlewood Treatment Center since the fall of 2011. She started out as a direct care counselor and transitioned into the role of dietitian. She is now the Supervisor of Nutrition Services for Castlewood I and Castlewood II. Ms. Martin works with the kitchen staff and dietitians to ensure the nutritional needs of each client are met in a therapeutic way. She treats clients with all eating disorders to build a new and healthy relationship with food, body image and exercise. She was a participant in level I training in the Internal Family Systems model of Therapy. She is a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics along with the Behavioral Health Nutrition practice group.

 

Creating a Collaborative Approach between Therapist and Dietitians. This one hour presentation will provide clinicians with a variety of tools that will help create a cohesive team between therapist and dietitian in order to create better treatment outcomes. The facilitators will discuss a philosophy of treatment that incorporates a collaborative team approach. We will also provide tools pertaining to the management of splitting, projection, and other maladaptive attachment strategies.

 

Learning Objectives of Creating a Collaborative Approach between Therapist and Dietitians Castlewood Webinar:

  • Participants will be able to implement a variety of strategies when dealing with clients that are splitting, projecting or using other maladaptive attachment strategies.
  • Participants will be able to work collaboratively with their counterpart and be able to describe the roles and strategies to maintain a cohesive team approach with clients
  • Participants will be able to incorporate co-facilitation techniques into the group therapy process, specifically when co-facilitating with a therapist/social worker and dietitian.

 

Click Here to Register for Creating a Collaborative Approach between Therapist and Dietitians Castlewood Webinar: 

Continuing Education:

1 clock hour of continuing education is available through the National Board for Certified Counselors, the American Psychological Association,  and the Commission on Dietetics Registration.

 

CASTLEWOOD IS NOT PROVIDING CONTINUING EDUCATION FROM THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SOCIAL WORKERS FOR THIS WEBINAR 

Castlewood Treatment Center is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Castlewood Treatment Center maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

Castlewood Treatment Center has been approved by the NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6290. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Castlewood Treatment Center is solely is responsible for all aspects of the program. 

Castlewood Treatment Center is a Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Accredited Provider with the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CRD). CRD Credentialed Practitioners will receive 1 Continuing Professional Education unit (CPEs) for completion of this activities / materials.

 

 

For more information or any ADA needs please contact Deanna James at deanna.james@castlewoodtc.com 

 

You may cancel your registration to this webinar at any time.

 

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Islam and Eating Disorders founded in 2012 – run by Maha Khan, the blog creates awareness of Eating Disorders in the Muslim world, offers information and support for sufferers and their loved ones.

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