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Introduction to Internal Family Systems (IFS) for Eating Disorders: A one-day training designed for all professionals who work with eating disorders Friday, November 30, 2018, 9 AM – 4:30 PM
Integrating IFS for Dietitians: Expanding the Toolkit of Behavior Change An Additional Day for Dietitians Saturday, December 1, 2018, 9 AM – 4:30 PM
Location: Fairhaven Residential Treatment Center 890 N. Houston Levee Rd. Cordova, TN 38018
- Jeanne Catanzaro, PhD
- Diana Dugan Richards, RDN, LDN, RYT
- Molly Kellogg, LCSW, CEDRD
Day One: Early bird Registration for $198 ($215 after Nov 2) (Therapist CEUs applied for) Both days: Early bird Registration: $385 ($404 after Nov 2) (12 CEUs for RDs)
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Internal Family Systems (IFS) is an evidence-based therapeutic intervention used by a wide range of professionals. It is particularly effective in treating trauma. Employing the IFS model helps the client 1) identify the self-protective function of polarized cognitions regarding eating and resultant eating disorder behaviors; 2) identify and address the emotional and physical triggers driving this internal dialogue particularly the anticipation of loss of control, negative self-evaluations, and self-blaming, self-shaming thoughts; 3) identify the ambivalence behind healthy vs. inappropriate eating patterns, and 4) identify fears and other feelings that arise in response to shifting to healthier choices. There is more information about IFS at http://www.selfleadership.org/
Day One Educational Objectives:
- Learn the basic concepts of Internal Family Systems (IFS) Model
- Explain how the IFS model approaches the treatment of eating disorders and disordered eating.
- Recognize the importance of the therapist’s own work to support the process.
The second day is designed specifically for Registered Dietitians. It is a continuation of the first day and does not stand on its own. The concepts and processes of IFS will be examined from a dietitian’s perspective. We will explore the role of the nutrition professional in IFS-oriented treatment. There will be opportunity for practice.
Day Two Educational Objectives:
- Employ the IFS model in conceptualizing work with clients with disordered eating.
- Describe the role of the Dietitian in an IFS treatment team.
- Explore the issues that arise for dietitians who adopt the IFS model.
Required pre-workshop reading: Introduction to the Internal Family Systems Model, by Richard C. Schwartz. http://selfleadership.org/ifs-store.html
Both days will be interactive with a mix of presentation, group discussion, demonstration and short videos. *Seating is limited to 30 applicants. Applications received after seating is full will be admitted pending availability.
Fall Breakfast and CEU
When: Tuesday, September 11th at 8:00 am
Where: Crosstown Concourse
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Scott Morris
The mission of the Mid-South Food Bank is “to change lives by eliminating hunger in the Mid-South.” Founded in 1981, the Mid-South Food Bank has been working diligently to provide nutritious food for families, children, and seniors. One of the programs developed by the Mid-South Food Bank is the Healthy School Pantry Program. Food insecurity is a major issue in Shelby County. Over 23% of Shelby County children are considered food insecure. For many students, the meals they receive while at school are their main source of food. This program which began in 2009 gives low-income students as well as their families a box of food for the month which is conveniently located at that child’s school. Also included in the box are recipe suggestions and printed nutrition education material. We hope to see you all there!