|Emerging Eating Pathologies: What & Why?|
This presentation will discuss how historically clinical presentations of eating disorders were stable and recently have morphed and diversified. Three eating pathologies that have recently emerged will be discussed and these include The Dual Diagnosis of Eating Disorder and Diabetes Mellitus Type 1 (ED-DMT1), Avoidant /Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) and Atypical Anorexia Nervosa. In addition, the presentation will explore why the acceleration in a variety of presentations may be occurring.
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Ovidio Bermudez, MD, FAAP, FSAHM, FAED, F.iaedp, CEDS
Sr. Medical Director – Childhood & Adolescent Services, Chief Clinical Education Officer & Executive Ambassador, Eating Recovery Center
Ovidio Bermudez, M.D. is the Senior Medical Director of Child & Adolescent Services, Chief Clinical Education Officer and Executive Ambassador for Eating Recovery and affiliates. He holds academic appointments as Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics at the University Of Colorado School Of Medicine and University of Oklahoma College of Medicine. He is Board certified in Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine.
Dr. Bermudez is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine, the Academy for Eating Disorders, and the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals. He is Past Chairman and currently Senior Advisor to the Board of Directors of the National Eating Disorders Association, Co-Founder of the Eating Disorders Coalition of Tennessee and Co-founder of the Oklahoma Eating Disorders Association. He is a Certified Eating Disorders Specialist and training supervisor by the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals.
Dr Bermudez has lectured nationally and internationally on eating pathology across the lifespan, obesity, and other topics related to pediatric and adult healthcare. He has been repeatedly recognized for his dedication, advocacy, professional achievement and clinical excellence in the field of eating disorders, including Lifetime Achievements Awards from NEDA and IAEDP.
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June 3rd, 5:30pm @ Doorways
Presentation Led by Jan Hamilton, MS, PMHNP-BC, CEDS
Jan is a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner specializing in Adolescent and Young Adult psychiatric care, founder of Doorways, committed to adolescents and family health.
The June parenting workshop will educate parent about brain development by discussing what’s “normal” and what could indicate a mental health issue that needs treatment with counseling or medication.
May 6th – 5:30pm-6:30pm at Doorways
What is the balance between feeding our kids “healthy” choices and teaching them it’s okay to enjoy foods with less nutritional density?
Orthorexia is the term used to define the obsession with healthy eating. Come discuss ways to encourage your kids to make good choices without creating food rules that can lead to a harmful preoccupation with food”.
Led by Bethany Dario, MPH, RDN, Registered Dietitian
Bethany Dario is a Registered Dietitian who graduated from Bluffton University majoring in Food and Nutrition with a concentration in Dietetics. She completed a clinical internship with The Cleveland Clinic and completed a Master of Public Health at Grand Canyon University. She has had specialized training in eating disorders and has treated anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorder in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Bethany has lead body image groups for the department of Psychology and sororities within Greek Life at The University of Texas at Austin.
This presentation will highlight recent neuroscience findings in eating disorders. There will be a focus on set shifting, learning, habit formation, and reward pathways that underlie the symptoms seen in Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa and Binge Eating Disorder with a focus on the corresponding functional pathway changes seen in the brain. We will discuss how these neuroscience findings can be translated into treatment modalities for treating eating disorders including nutritional interventions, medications, transmagnetic stimulation, and therapeutic interventions (CBT, DBT, MBT, CRT). There will be an in-depth discussion of the effects of malnutrition on the brain and the interaction between nutrition and mood/emotional regulation and how nutrition can be effectively utilized as a tool in treating these difficulties. The overall goal is for attendees to have an understanding on brain changes in functions and structure that occur in treating disorders and how knowledge of this can drive the appropriate interventions. 8:30-8:50 am Registration/Networking 8:50-9:00 am Announcements/Intros 9:00-10:30am Presentation 10:30-11:00 Questions/Networking Sheraton Crescent Crestview Room 2620 West Dunlap Ave (I-17 & Dunlap) Phoenix, AZ 85021 **Breakfast Included**
Topic: Current Drug Trends affecting our Kids
Speaker: Jason Klarer, LAC, Licensed Associate Counselor
-What are some common drugs your kids might be exposed to?
-Is Marijuana really harmless?
-How could you tell if there is a drug problem with your kid?
Jason is a licensed counselor who specializes in substance abuse issues, mood disorders, co-occurring disorders (dual diagnosis), and faith based counseling. He received his Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Northern Arizona University and went on to work for the Phoenix Rescue Mission- treating individuals who struggle with addiction and poverty. Jason has significant knowledge and experience of recovery and formerly oversaw the various recovery ministries of Vineyard Church North Phoenix. Jason uses a Person Centered Theory approach which incorporates CBT, Mindfulness, and Motivational Interviewing. When not working, Jason enjoys playing basketball with his son, reading, and serving the homeless population.
The Substance Use Disorder IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program) at Doorways is a group therapy program for teens ages 13-17 who are struggling with drug or alcohol abuse. The program will take place at our teen counseling clinic in Phoenix, Arizona.
IOP may be recommended for those who do not need medically-supervised detox. IOP can also enable people in recovery to continue their recovery therapies following successful detox, on a part-time yet intensive schedule, designed to accommodate school and family life.
In the Substance Use Disorder Intensive Outpatient Program, you receive services primarily through group therapy. Groups are small and generally do not exceed 10 people, allowing for a safe and supportive environment.
Doorways has insurance contracts with Aetna, BCBS, Cigna and United Behavioral Healthcare for our IOP services. Please contact your insurance provider for coverage limits.
Call us at 602-997-2880 or email IOP@Doorwaysarizona.com for more information. This IOP is set to begin in March of 2019.
February’s Doorways Parenting Workshop will be focusing on Self-Esteem and your teenagers. We will explore the current effects social media is having on our kids. How does what they watch, subscribe to and give hours to affect their precious self-esteem? And what can we, as parents, do to encourage a true and right perspective on their self-perception and worth?
Monday, February 4th from 5:30pm-6:30pm at Doorways for this Free workshop!
Our parenting workshops are FREE, informative, lively and will leave you knowing you are not alone in this journey of raising teenagers.
This workshop will be led by:
Jason Ellis, MA-Pastoral Services
Behavioral Health Paraprofessional
Jason has spent the last 30 years in youth ministry in Arizona and Oregon. He has a heart for young people and families and longs to see them living life to the fullest. He spends time in the outdoors as often as possible, has a recent growing love of pickleball and makes amazing pizza in his wood fired pizza oven at home.
Jason is married, has 3 kids and is currently enrolled in the MFT program at the Phoenix extension of the Fuller campus. Jason has spent the last three decades working with teenagers and raising three of his own.
The workshop is free, but seats are limited.
Text 602-999-8389 to confirm your attendance.