Where OCD meets ED: Panel discussion on OCD within the ED  Population

Where OCD meets ED: Panel discussion on OCD within the ED Population

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$20

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Farmer's Table

1901 North Military Trail

Boca Raton, FL 33431

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LifeSkills Summer Advanced Series 2022 Members Only, In-person Event Where OCD meets ED 3 CEU's

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LifeSkills: Summer Advanced Series 2022

Where OCD meets ED: Panel discussion on Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder within the Eating Disorder population

Presenters:

Lewis Jones PsyD, Michelle Stoyell-Conti PsyD, Lissette Cortes PsyD, Yaneth Beltran RD/LDN CEDRD, Tania Quesada MD.

This panel presentation offers each attendee a multi-faceted overview of the clinical presentation of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder within the Eating Disorder population. The panel will consist of three psychologists, a registered dietitian, and a psychiatrist. Each panelist will make brief, individual presentations reviewing their scope of practice in the treatment of OCD and eating disorders. Audience members will have the opportunity to ask questions of the panel and discuss varying issues in the overlap of these two disorders. Attendees are also encouraged to bring in cases for in-depth discussion.”

After the completion of this presentation, the attendees will be able to identify, utilize and explain:

  • Clinical considerations in the evaluation of eating disorders and OCD including the value of using an interdisciplinary approach
  • The similarities and differences in symptom presentation of eating disorders and OCD and the challenges in treating this comorbidity.
  • Exposure and response prevention interventions in the treatment of eating disorders and OCD

CE Information: We will be awarding 3 CE's for this event. License number is needed for CE's.

Refund Policy: Tickets are nonrefundable, not available at the door, and nontransferable.

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