Conference reviews as well as upcoming conferences on topics relevant to the Eating Disorder Institute followers:
In what ways could treatment for eating disorders expand to support those for whom Maudsley family-based treatment may not be not suitable? -- how "Through Thick and Thin" exposed this treatment gap.
Carmen Cool and her 3rd Weight Stigma Conference session on the Boulder Youth Body Alliance. Youth culture is not created, it is consumed. What might that reality mean for my work as a patient advocate and this website?
A review of the 3rd Weight Stigma Conference held in Iceland September 2015. A look at the theme of privilege that was prevalent throughout the 2-day conference.
Looking at the details of the Integrative Cognitive Affective Therapy approach with Drs. Stephen Wonderlick and Carol Peterson.
Part VII-A UCSD EDC2014 In an depth look at integrative cognitive-affective therapy with Drs. Wonderlich and Peterson.
Part VI UCSD EDC2014 Dr. Kerri Boutelle introduces intensive multi-family treatment for those with eating disorders.
Part V UCSD EDC2014 Dr. James Lock walks us through both family based treatment for adults and avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder.
Part IV-B UCSD EDC2014 A basic overview of various gastrointestinal conditions that may co-morbidly present with avoidant restrictive food intake disorder.
Part IV-A UCSD EDC2014 Is it an Eating Disorder or what? Children with Gastrointestinal Symptoms or Avoidant-Restrictive Food Intake Disorder.
Part III UCSD EDC2014 Dr. Leslie Karkowski Anderson covered off an FBT/DBT hybrid approach for treating patients presenting with bulimia and multiple concomittant behaviors.
Following on from Part I, Drs. Stephanie Knatz and Laura Hill created a really well-tailored presentation and interactive assignment for us all as the mid-morning ice-breaker...
The intended goal of UCSD EDC2014 was to impart cutting-edge research to be applied in practical clinical skills. Innovative treatment? In the narrowest definition of “innovative”, the approaches in question certainly all introduced new methods of treatment. In the broadest sense however, these treatment approaches reflect an iterative progression that keep us all treading water.