CE Hours: 2.0
: CONTROVERSIES AND CHALLENGES IN THE EATING DISORDER FIELD
(Program Content Description):
There are controversies and challenges in the eating disorder field where clinicians have to face ideology in the field along with a client’s desire, e.g., wanting to lose weight or be vegetarian or eat gluten free. This course asks clinicians to take another look at asserting their own agendas they might have on these issues.
CE Credits Offered
(Contact Hours): 2.0
Community Counseling for Individuals and Families, Inc. has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6849. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC are clearly identified. Community Counseling for Individuals and Families, Inc. is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
This course meets the qualifications for 2 hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.
Community Counseling for Individuals and Families, Inc., is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for Licensed Social Workers #SW-0460.
: Licensing boards change regulations often and while we attempt to stay abreast of their most recent changes, we recommend you contact your board directly to confirm if this course meets your specific board’s approval.
Estimated Time to Complete
: 2 HOURS
*Students are allowed 90 days from the time of registration to complete the course. After 90 days, students will no longer have access to course material.*
Carolyn Costin, MA, MEd, LMFT, CEDS, FAED
LMFT#: 13192 (California) LMFT#: T0535 (Oregon)
Carolyn Costin MFT., is a renowned eating disorder author, therapist, speaker and consultant. Carolyn founded Monte Nido, the first residential eating disorder treatment program, and is one of the world’s leading eating disorder experts.
In 2017, Carolyn opened her Institute, where she trains clinicians, coaches, mentors, and others.
1. List at least two topics presenting challenges in the eating disorder field where clinicians will have varying opinions which can impact patient care.
2. Briefly Describe Health at Every Size
3. List one reason why clinicians might want to take a second look at clients who claim intolerance to gluten or wheat.
4. List one way families can help regarding their child's innate temperament
This course is intended for all health and mental health providers, educators, and researchers interested in the prevention and treatment of eating disorders.
Relevant Teaching/Learning Methods/Course Materials
This course is offered via an online format. Instructional methods utilized in this course include online reading materials, a video handout, a course quiz, a course satisfaction survey, and a pre-recorded didactic presentation using clinical case studies to link learning to clinical practice. An online discussion board is available to encourage collaborative learning by allowing participants to discuss the material, share ideas, and get feedback from other participants. (Use of online discussion board is not required for course credit.) Additionally, learners are provided with the contact information for the course presenter and course administrator for any questions or concerns related to course content or operation.
While there is no research directly testing the efficacy of the approach used in this course, the interventions described rely upon core cognitive behavioral, client-centered, family systems, developmental, and attachment theory concepts, all with extensive empirical foundations. Additionally, as founder of Monte Nido & Affiliates, Carolyn Costin initiated a peer-reviewed outcome study of the program’s success while under her clinical direction and while using many of the approaches in this course.
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