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Next Denver Metro iaedp CE Event Friday November 13th, 2020
11:45-1:30 via ZOOM:
About this Event
Please join the Denver Metro iaedp Chapter for an engaging presentation and discussion with Carrie Schimmelpfennig MS, RD, CEDRD and Elissa Berlinger, LCSW
November 13th, 2020
VIRTUAL EVENT VIA ZOOM!
11:45AM- 12:00pm: Word from our Sponsors
12:00pm – 1:30pm: Presentation by Carrie Schimmelpfennig MS, RD, CEDRD and Elissa Berlinger, LCSW (introduction by Alison Raman, MA, LPC)
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Tickets are Donation Based with proceeds going to The Eating Disorder Foundation
Suggested Donation: $10
The Intersection of Eating Disorders and Substance Use Disorders: A Therapeutic and Nutrition Perspective Carrie Schimmelpfennig MS, RD, CEDRD and Elissa Berlinger, LCSW
by Carrie Schimmelpfennig MS, RD, CEDRD and Elissa Berlinger, LCSW
Description of event by Carrie and Elissa:
Eating disorders and substance use disorders are common comorbidities, however finding comprehensive treatment can be a challenge. This presentation will explore how we can better serve these clients through integrative therapeutic and nutrition interventions. Interventions do look different for each individual case, however there are often some common themes. We will provide insight into what these interventions look like; inpatient vs outpatient, how nutrition therapy can be utilized through more structured meal plans as well as intuitive eating, and how therapy can be utilized when someone is actively engaging in substance use and eating disorder behavior.
1. Identify the frequency and most commonly seen co-occurrence of substance use disorders and eating disorders and the importance of a team approach involving nutrition and therapy
2. Identify shared dietary behaviors between substance use disorders and eating disorders
3. Identify nutritional interventions for clients with substance use disorders and eating disorders inpatient vs. outpatient
*1 CE available (To receive CE credit, please complete the evaluation and post test and a CE certificate will be emailed to them.)
Carrie is a Registered Dietician and CEDRD who has been working in the behavioral health field of dietetics since beginning of her career. She currently provides nutrition therapy at Shine Nutrition as well as Sandstone Care, addiction treatment center. Prior to starting her private practice, she worked as an eating disorder dietitian at the ACUTE Center for Eating Disorders and within a private practice in Bloomington, IN. She is a member of iaedp and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. She has presented on nutrition topics at CSPEN, ACUTE, Denver Health, and Sandstone care. She is also published in the Eating Disorder Review.
Elissa is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, having received her MSW from Smith College School for Social Work. She completed a two-year post-masters clinical fellowship at the Counseling and Psychiatric Services center at the University of Colorado, Boulder where she specialized in the treatment of eating disorders, substance abuse, psychodynamic therapy, trauma, and group therapy. After her time at CU, she worked at ACUTE Center for Eating Disorders and she was the program coordinator of the multidisciplinary eating disorders team in the Counseling and Psychiatric Services center at University of Colorado Boulder. She currently is in private practice working with a wide array of clients and clinical presentations. She is an adjunct professor at Metro State University of Denver in their Masters of Social Work Program and she also provides education and therapeutic services for the Rocky Mountain MS Center.
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