Recovery, Relapse & Recurrence
6/8/2018 - 6/9/2018
04:00PM - 05:00PM
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Students will develop a thorough understanding of the process and path of recovery from an Eating Disorder. We will also identify the role of relapsing in the overall recovery process. We will learn the difference between relapsing and “slipping” during the recovery process, and develop therapeutic interventions to support clients during this phase. We will also explore the incidence of recurrence of the behaviors, especially in adult women and men who have prior recovery, with an eye on looking at the markers for how this occurs, then using those markers to develop strategies to help them deal effectively with relapsing and recurrence. We will also address the transference issues for therapists and clients when relapsing occurs. Teaching strategies will include lecture and case presentations, as well as recovering and recovered clients speaking about their path of healing.
Jackie Holmes, MEd, MFT, is the founder and director of Casa Serena, an intensive outpatient eating disorders program in Concord. A respected speaker on issues related to eating disorders, Jackie has developed a practical hands-on approach to working with the clients of eating disorders and their families.
Pleasant Hill Campus
- Room S104
Friday, June 8-9, 2018
APA, CAMFT, BRN
100 Ellinwood Way Pleasant Hill, CA 94523