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Virtual Workshop: Rewriting Family Stories: Working with Countertransference in Eating Disorder Patients

Virtual Workshop: Rewriting Family Stories: Working with Countertransference in Eating Disorder Patients

Virtual Workshop:

Rewriting Family Stories:

Working with Countertransference in Eating Disorder Patients

Judith Ruskay Rabinor, PhD

Approved for 1 NYS CE credit

“I love my mother, but…” “My father, he wasn’t around much…” How many times have you heard these words from a client? Have these words ever echoed your feelings? Parent-child relationships remain a crucial focus in the treatment of eating disorders. As mental health professionals, we are trained to create treatment plans reflecting theoretical perspectives, yet family legacies are always present. Who you are as a person may be more important than what you think or what you think you think!  The stories we carry can consciously or unconsciously empower or derail us. This experiential workshop includes writing exercises, clinical case material, and discussion of countertransference. Come away more mindful of your family legacies. Sharing optional.

About the Presenter:
Judith Ruskay Rabinor, PhD is a clinical psychologist, psychotherapist, author, speaker, writing coach and consultant based on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. It is recommended you read her recent memoir The Girl in the Red Boots: Making Peace with my Mother prior to attending the workshop.

An important note about CEs:
ICP is an approved provider of continuing education credits for social workers, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychologists and psychoanalysts through the New York Department of Education. If your license is from a different state, please contact your state’s licensing board to find out if they will accept CE credits for New York State. If your license is from another state, please enter your license number with your state in parenthesis, ie 54321 (CA).
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Virtual Workshop: Rewriting Family Stories: Working with Countertransference in Eating Disorder Patients

Virtual Workshop:

Families Need Support Too:
The Rippling Effects of an Eating Disorder

with CSAB co-director Jake Pine, LCSW

Tuesday, February 27, 2024, 6:30-8:00pm via Zoom

Navigating the maze of the mental health treatment world—especially the eating disorder wing of that world—is increasingly complicated, nerve-wracking, and expensive. Family members of a person with an eating disorder are often asked (and frequently want) to get treatment for themselves, but sometimes don’t know how to find it, what sort of treatment to get, and in some cases, why it is important at all. This virtual interactive seminar will address these questions and many others that family and friends often have, but don’t know whom to ask.

About the Presenter
Jacob Pine is a licensed Clinical Social Worker in private practice in Manhattan. He grew up in New York City, and did his undergraduate studies at The Johns Hopkins University and The Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore. He earned his Masters degree in social work from Fordham University, and received his certificate in the integrated treatment of eating disorders from the Center for the Study of Anorexia and Bulimia in 2010. He has been Co-director of CSAB for 5 years. He has presented, supervised, and taught in numerous capacities, and has had multiple articles published about his experience running an eating disorder group for men. He is well-versed in a wide variety of theories and techniques, and uses them as indicated by both scientific research and professional experience.

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Virtual Workshop: Rewriting Family Stories: Working with Countertransference in Eating Disorder Patients

Virtual Workshop:

Eating Disorder with Men

with CSAB co-director Jake Pine, LCSW

Friday, December 11, 2023, 12:00-2:00pm

Approved for 2 NYS CE credits

Men account for approximately one-quarter of all people with anorexia, and a third with eating disorders overall. While many factors related to the etiology and treatment of eating disorders are not gender specific, many others are. This 2-hour workshop will begin to uncover some of the issues that boys and men face that can lead to eating disorders as well as some of the differences in treatment that can arise. Presenter, and CSAB co-director, Jacob Pine LCSW, has run several Men’s Groups for disordered eating and eating disorders over the years and brings an important perspective to this burgeoning issue.

About the Presenter
Jacob Pine is a licensed Clinical Social Worker in private practice in Manhattan. He grew up in New York City, and did his undergraduate studies at The Johns Hopkins University and The Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore. He earned his Masters degree in social work from Fordham University, and received his certificate in the integrated treatment of eating disorders from the Center for the Study of Anorexia and Bulimia in 2010. He has been Co-director of CSAB for 5 years. He has presented, supervised, and taught in numerous capacities, and has had multiple articles published about his experience running an eating disorder group for men. He is well-versed in a wide variety of theories and techniques, and uses them as indicated by both scientific research and professional experience.

An important note about CEs:
ICP is an approved provider of continuing education credits for social workers, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychologists and psychoanalysts through the New York Department of Education. If your license is from a different state, please contact your state’s licensing board to find out if they will accept CE credits for New York State. If your license is from another state, please enter your license number with your state in parenthesis, ie 54321 (CA).
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December 11, 2023
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12:00 pm EST
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Virtual Workshop: Rewriting Family Stories: Working with Countertransference in Eating Disorder Patients

Virtual Workshop:

Navigating Asexuality in Clinical Practice

with Dr. Morag A. Yule, C. Psych

 

Wednesday, January 31, 2024; 7:00pm-9:00pm

This event will be approved for NYS CE credits

 

 

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An important note about CEs:
ICP is an approved provider of continuing education credits for social workers, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychologists and psychoanalysts through the New York Department of Education. If your license is from a different state, please contact your state’s licensing board to find out if they will accept CE credits for New York State. If your license is from another state, please enter your license number with your state in parenthesis, ie 54321 (CA).
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Date:
December 1, 2023
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12:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST
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Virtual Workshop: Rewriting Family Stories: Working with Countertransference in Eating Disorder Patients

Virtual Workshop:

Group Therapy for Eating Disordered Patients

with Andrea Schneer, LCSW

Friday, December 1, 2023, 12:00-2:00pm

Approved for 2 NYS CE credits

Eating disorder symptoms are understood to be metaphors that when deciphered, can shed light on the etiology and function of the symptoms. Trauma and neglect are part of that etiology. The symptoms express what is unknown, and/or unbearable for the individual to experience or to remember. Group topics include: “Mother=Food,” The Dinner Table,” “Health,” “Too much and Too Little.” The structure provides room to expand the patient’s thinking about what fuels the eating disorder thus providing opportunity for healthy responses. This workshop describes a series of groups devised in a Day Treatment setting for patients with eating disorders, adaptable to an outpatient group.

An important note about CEs:
ICP is an approved provider of continuing education credits for social workers, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychologists and psychoanalysts through the New York Department of Education. If your license is from a different state, please contact your state’s licensing board to find out if they will accept CE credits for New York State. If your license is from another state, please enter your license number with your state in parenthesis, ie 54321 (CA).
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December 1, 2023
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12:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST
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Virtual Workshop: Rewriting Family Stories: Working with Countertransference in Eating Disorder Patients

Virtual Workshop Series:

CBT for Eating Disorder Treatment

Stephanie Jacobs, PhD

Mondays -

October 23, October 30 and November 13, 2023, 8:30-10:30 am

Approved for 6 NYS CE credits

Traverse the five stages of CBT-E, from assessment and case conceptualization to relapse prevention. Engage in dynamic activities such as case studies, role-playing, and group discussions, reinforcing core CBT principles and practical application. We will learn cognitive behavioral techniques as we work through the stages, honing your ability to support and enhance client engagement. These will include navigating exposure methodologies to confront dietary fears, as well as coping strategies to address anxiety and challenges. As we delve into ethical considerations and therapeutic boundaries, you’ll be well-prepared to navigate real-world scenarios ethically and effectively. Walk away with a comprehensive toolkit, ready to guide individuals towards sustainable recovery.

An important note about CEs:
ICP is an approved provider of continuing education credits for social workers, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychologists and psychoanalysts through the New York Department of Education. If your license is from a different state, please contact your state’s licensing board to find out if they will accept CE credits for New York State. If your license is from another state, please enter your license number with your state in parenthesis, ie 54321 (CA).
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Date:
October 23, 2023
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8:30 am - 10:30 am EDT
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Virtual Workshop: Rewriting Family Stories: Working with Countertransference in Eating Disorder Patients

Hybrid: Virtual and In-Person

Melting Away Resistance in Eating Disorder Treatment

with Donna Fish, LCSW-R

Approved for 2 NYS CE credits

Patients who come to us with eating disorders initially want change and they are distressed. Most of the time, however, the powerful reasons for the development of their eating disorder, will reemerge. This workshop will focus on the specific outcome and process resistances that are common to eating disorders, and will offer therapists specific tools to use with patients at the outset so that the agenda for the work is established. Ways to positively reframe and maintain the advantages of symptoms will be identified. Additionally we will focus on ways to preserve safety and to offer the Gentle Ultimatum in order to effectively set up a treatment plan that takes pressure off of the therapist needing the patient to change.

About the presenter:
Donna Fish LCSW-R, is a licensed clinical social worker and currently runs a private practice in Manhattan. Current faculty positions include the Center for the Study of Anorexia and Bulimia, and adjunct at Ramapo College where she teaches the clinical course for 2nd year MSW students. Ms. Fish’s prior guest lecture and adjunct positions include Harvard Medical School Dept. of Continuing Ed., and Columbia University. Following the publication of her book “Take the Fight out of Food: How to Prevent and Solve Your Child’s Eating Problems”, Ms. Fish has been a consultant to NYC’s Administration of Child Services, Head Start, Bellevue and Mount Sinai Hospital, the Minnesota School Board, and Renfrew Center.

An important note about CEs:
ICP is an approved provider of continuing education credits for social workers, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychologists and psychoanalysts through the New York Department of Education. If your license is from a different state, please contact your state’s licensing board to find out if they will accept CE credits for New York State. If your license is from another state, please enter your license number with your state in parenthesis, ie 54321 (CA).
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Date:
October 21, 2023
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10:30 am - 12:30 pm EDT
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