Caring for Eating Disorders: An Integrative Approach | 3 CEUs
March 6 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Collaborative care in the treatment of eating disorders is of utmost importance throughout the treatment process; however, it is often least attended to. We believe best practices for eating disorders involve a collaborative treatment approach in which all providers are communicating effectively to enhance treatment in each level of care and during transition periods. In this presentation, we will discuss the significance of a full comprehensive treatment team and how to adequately implement communication throughout all levels of care.
- Participants will learn the importance of a collaborative treatment approach.
- Participants will learn about each providers role, differing levels of care, and best practices for step-down care.
- Participants will learn how to effectively implement communication throughout the entire treatment process, along the continuum of care and transitionary periods.
Approved for Continuing Education Credits by:
- 3 Hrs for Registered Dietitians by the Commission on Dietetic Registration.
- 3 Hrs for LMFTs and LPCs by the Oklahoma State Board of Behavioral Health Licensure
About the Speakers:
Rebel Buersmeyer is a co-owner and therapist at Family Solutions Counseling, PLLC, group private practice in NW OKC, with a primary focus of treating betrayal, which includes affair recovery as well as recovery from porn/sex addiction. Rebel is a licensed marital and family therapist, a certified sex addiction therapist; and she is currently working on her certification as an eating disorder specialist. This leads to the next important fact about Rebel.
Rebel’s organization, Family Solutions Counseling, is a co-founder of a brand new eating disorder treatment clinic in the OKC metro area called nourishED. With her experience in treating the mental health side of eating disorders, Rebel is an integral piece to this clinic. nourishED offers several services, but it primarily is focused on offering intensive outpatient care to those suffering from different forms of eating disorders.
You may have heard of Brittany often referred to as the Dietitian on a Mission, which is the name of her private practice that she has owned and operated for the last year. We are thrilled to have Dietitian on a Mission partner with Family Solutions Counseling to create nourishED, where Brittany is the acting president and clinical director.
Brittany is a licensed and registered dietitian and a certified eating disorder registered dietitian. I am a member of the Oklahoma Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals, International Federation of Eating Disorder Dietitians, and the Behavioral Health Dietetic Practice Group, as well as being on the board of the Oklahoma Eating Disorders Association.