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EMDR and Eating Disorders Advanced Training

DATES: Friday-Saturday, June 7-8, 2024

TIMES: 9am- 4pm PST

LOCATION: Virtual via Zoom

12 EMDRIA Credits

12 APA Credit Hours

12 NBCC Hours

EMDR FOR MORE THAN TRAUMA

 Many of our clients suffering with an eating disorder have unresolved trauma that laid the foundation for an Eating Disorder. This training not only addresses the impact that trauma has on Eating Disorder development and how to treat this with EMDR, we also discuss how to use EMDR to treat several components of the Eating Disorder in addition to the trauma. This training focuses on EMDR to address body disturbance, food-related somatic sensations, and discusses how to use EMDR when working with personality disorders and secondary gains that maintain the disorder. 

 

The complexities of Eating Disorder treatment involves more than addressing trauma. This training will discuss practical techniques for conceptualizing the case from perspectives of personality disorder, dissociation and co-occurring issues that your client may experience. Many case examples will be used to help provide a deeper understanding of EMDR techniques and treatment planning with EMDR. Understanding all the facets that comprise and maintain an eating disorder is crucial to helping your client unwire the foundational experiences that have created their suffering. 

 

Prerequisites

Participants are only eligible to participate in this training if you are a licensed professional able to practice psychotherapy and have completed an EMDRIA Approved EMDR Basic Training.

Continuing Education Credits

Advanced Education Institute (AEI) has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6657. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. AEI is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs. This course qualifies for 12 Continuing Education Credits.

 

LK Institute is co-sponsored by Advanced Education Institute (AEI). AEI is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. AEI maintains responsibility for this program and its contents. This course qualifies for 12 Continuing Education Credits.

This advanced training has been approved by EMDRIA for 12 hours of continuing education credits for EMDRIA members.  Approval #05007-43

Participants must attend the training in full to receive the continuing education credits. Participants will not receive partial credit for partial attendance. 

Registration Open Now!

Training Fee: $575.00

For All Levels of Eating Disorder Therapists

This training is designed for therapists who are newly interested in treating eating disorders all the way to those who are well seasoned in the field. The presenters cover the foundations of eating disorder treatment from the AIP Model and builds the presentation to include advanced techniques and treatment conceptualizations when utilizing EMDR Psychotherapy.

EMDR & EATING DISORDERS

MEET YOUR TRAINERS

Dalene Forester, PhD
Lauren Day Kiser, LPC, CEDS

Dalene Forester, PhD, LMFT, LPCC, CEDS, EAC

Dr. Forester is well known for her expertise in the field of eating disorders and her utilization of EMDR when working with this population. As the former EMDRIA president, she is exceptionally skilled and understanding how EMDR can create life changing results for clients that talk therapy may not always provide. As the found and owner of the Advanced Education Institute, Dr. Forester spends her time and passions training and equipping therapists while also treating clients experiencing the complexities of trauma, eating disorders, and substance use.

Lauren Kiser, PhD, LPC-S, CEDS-S, EAC

Lauren's experience treating very complex cases using EMDR has been a source of hope for many clients suffering with eating disorders. Her devotion to equipping therapists to utilize the tools of therapy to help clients recover is something she is highly praised for. Lauren is a Dissociative Disorder Specialist which informs her theoretical approach to understanding and treating eating disorders and the difficulties that may coexist such as personality disorder, addictive behaviors, and secondary gain.

Advanced Education Institute 

ACEP No. 6657

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