Below you will find our options for CE credit from the NBCC.
Please note, to cover the cost of providing CE offerings with the NBCC, we ask that you contribute a set amount for each presentation. Thank you for your continued support.
|Sign Up||Course Title||Course Author||CE Credits||Format||Course Objectives|
|Click here to sign up for this course||The Psychotherapist's Role on an Interdisciplinary Treatment Team for Adults with an Eating Disorder||Kathryn Cortese, LCSW, ACSW, CEDS||1 CE Credit||Word Document||1. Increase their knowledge base on the the complexities of being a member and eating disorder interdisciplinary treatment team.
2. Be able to identify the various responsibilities of the psychotherapist on an eating disorder treatment team.
3. Be able to identify and explain at least 3 professional skills which will enhance your role as the psychotherapist on an eating disorders treatment team.
4. Be able to identify and explain at least 3 personal traits which will enhance your role as the psychotherapist on an eating disorders treatment team.
|Click here to sign up for this course||Building the Skills of Support and Care: Self-Compassion During Recovery||Ann Saffi Biasetti, PhD, LCSW-R||1 CE Credit||Video with powerpoint||1. Participants will be able to define the components that comprise self-compassion as well as its benefits according to current research.
2. Identify the usefulness of self-compassion during the beginning, middle, and later stages of recovery.
3. Learn and utilize at least two practices of embodied self-compassion
|Click here to sign up for this course||Eating Disorders, Dysregulated Eating & Athletes: Dieting Gone Awry||Nancy Clark, MS, RD, CSSD||1 CE Credit||Video with powerpoint||1. Describe the prevalence of eating disorders among different types of athletes.
2. List three symptoms noted in athletes with Relative Energy Deficiency
3. Identify three characteristics of food-obsessed athletes
4. Effectively counsel exercisers who fear food as being fattening.
5. Cite six mantras that can help athletes with dysregulated eating overcome food barriers.
|Click here to sign up for this course||Treating the Eating Disorder Self: When Trusting Food is Safer than Trusting People||Mary Anne Cohen, LCSW, BCD||1 CE Credit||Video with powerpoint||1. Participants will be able to demonstrate knowledge of the range of eating disorder symptomatology.
2. Participants will be able to identify the influence and impact of culture in creating body image dissatisfaction.
3. Participants will be able to formulate an individualized and comprehensive treatment plan for each client.
4. Participants will be able to integrate psychodynamic and behavioral treatment techniques and identify the role of medications to achieve therapeutic goals.
|Click here to sign up for this course||Key Concepts for Eating Disorder Recovery: Effective Life Skills, Functional Personality Traits, and Resolution||Karen Koenig, LCSW, M.ED||1 CE Credit||Video with powerpoint||1. Identify three key, interrelated concepts that contribute to an individual’s full recovery from an eating disorder
2. Identify the life skills that contribute to full recovery
3. Identify the functional personality traits that contribute to full recovery
4. Identify the intrapsychic conflicts whose resolution contributes to full recovery
|Click here to sign up for this course||False self vs True self||Dr. Dorie McCubbrey, PhD, MSEd, LPC, LAC, CEDS||1 CE Credit||Video with powerpoint||1. List the five transpersonal psychology principles which comprise Eating Disorder Intuitive Therapy (EDIT)™
2. Describe the concepts of “false self” and “True Self” from the perspective of the EDIT™ approach
3. Discuss five techniques from the EDIT™ method, how these techniques facilitate a shift from false self to True Self, and why this transformation enhances eating disorder recovery
|Click here to sign up for this course||Friends and Family Edition: A presentation for Clinicians and providers who feel mystified by the Friends/Family Support System||Wendy Wright, LMFT||1 CE Credit||Video with powerpoint||1. Why its important to start with a foundation of "families don't cause ED"
2. Why the problem isn't the ED
3. New ways you can work with the system to foster decreased reactivity and increased connection
|Coming Soon!||The Neuroscience of Embodiment: The Relationship Between the Body, Brain, Mind and Self||Ann Saffi Biasetti, PhD, LCSW-R||1 CE Credit||Video with powerpoint|
It is your responsibility to insure online programs are acceptable in your state for CE Credit. Gurze/Salucore will not be responsible if your state does not accept credit and will not issue a refund in such cases.