Winter 2013 Webinar Series
Free Webinar Series
Join us for these exciting lectures brought to you by Castlewood Treatment Center and our affiliate Monarch Cove Treatment Center. Each lecture lasts 50 minutes with 10 minutes for Q&A. One hour of Continuing Education Credit available through NBCC, NASW, and CBBS after completion of an online evaluation.
Dr. Mark Schwartz Presents: Issues Related to Intimacy, Love, and Relationships with Eating Disorder Clients
January 23, 2013 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm CST
Clients with eating disorders commonly present with features of what Mary Ainsworth would classify as Type A and Type C patterns of attachment. One of the goals of treatment is to help move clients towards a more secure attachment. An Earned Secure Attachment can be facilitated in psychotherapy with a cohesive coherent collaborative narrative. Many clients with eating disorders also present with features of a disorder of intimacy. Intimacy disorder is often related to a client’s inner battle with trust, safety, power, control and closeness. These schemas must be explored in psychotherapy in order to help clients develop a secure attachment. This webinar will include discussion of early attachment as a blueprint for adult relationships with eating disorder clients. Dr. Schwartz will present a contemporary perspective on “reenactment” and how individuals achievably recreate “unfinished business” in relationships. He will also discuss providing anticipatory guidance for eating disorder clients regarding healthy relationships and ways to develop passion, as this is a structural capacity many eating disorder clients have not discovered.
February 20, 2013 12:00 PM- 1:00 PM CST
Traditional therapeutic models for treating Binge Eating Disorder are necessary but not sufficient. The most dynamic, effective and comprehensive treatment plans include the integration of Internal Family Systems (IFS), Exposure and Response Prevention and Experiential Therapies. These approaches allow clinicians and treatment centers to access cognitive, affective and behavioral components of the disorder while simultaneously allowing the client to develop a deeper understanding of their disorder and a sense of self-efficacy necessary for long-term recovery. This presentation will teach participants how to utilize IFS, ERP and Experiential therapies to create the most effective treatment plans for Binge Eating Disorder. Clinicians will learn the necessary theory with a primary focus on hands-on demonstrative interventions to take their practice beyond providing the traditional supports to clients struggling with Binge Eating Disorder and related Disorders. Participants will understand how to create comprehensive and effective treatment plans that address the core components and create long-term recovery through relapse prevention and exposures techniques.
March 12, 2013 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm CST
Current research illustrates that as many as two-thirds of people with eating disorders have at least one, if not more, anxiety disorders. Erin McGinty, LPC- Program Director and Anxiety Services Coordinator at Castlewood will present a 1 hour webinar on the treatment of Anxiety/OCD spectrum disorders and Eating Disorders. This webinar will cover current research on the co-morbidity of eating and anxiety disorders, the argument for an eating disorder to be considered an obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorder, and an overview of cognitive-behavioral therapy with exposure and response prevention as a suggested treatment for eating disorders.
April 10, 2013 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm CST
In this webinar, Dr. Weinstock will explore the basic tenets of Dance/Movement Therapy and how these tenets apply to work with clients with Eating Disorders. This webinar will focus on clients with severe and chronic diagnoses. Clients with these life-threatening challenges tend to have grave fears of being present in their body, moving, or being conscious of any bodily functions, and yet, this is exactly what they must do in order to fully heal and embrace recovery. The techniques discussed are the result of many years of trial and error, and much feedback from the clients who have experienced them. This webinar will discuss the working repertoire of techniques that clients have found effective for their recovery.