Eating Disorder Hope Virtual Conference V:
Eating Disorders and Trauma
Reviews from our Virtual Conference Past Presenters & Attendees:
” I was glad Jacquelyn was able to talk me into doing the interview in advance. She did an excellent job of setting the stage for an in-depth conversation that allowed for an exchange of ideas and creative ways of exploring the mysteries of Anorexia Nervosa”~ Adrienne Ressler, LMSW, CEDS, F.iaedp, Renfrew Center – Virtual Conference Presenter
“Thank you, and again what a fabulous webinar. My supervisor and I watched it throughout the day, separately, and this morning, we couldn’t stop talking about all of the information and how we hope to start implementing some of the techniques here at POWER” ~ Judy Acheson, MA, NCC, LPC – Virtual Conference Attendee
“The speakers were so insightful and very experienced in their work and knowledge about eating disorder. I have anorexia and am in recovery. Its given me much to think about and reflect on. Love from Australia!” ~ Anonymous Virtual Conference Attendee
Special Thanks to our Virtual Conference Sponsors
Virtual Conference Presentations
View This Presentation – Brooke Mathewes, LCPC, MEd, RCC, CCC – Faculty Member, Clinical Development Institute (CDI), Timberline Knolls
Title: Eating Disorder Treatment: The Challenge of Co-occurring Disorders
Brooke Mathewes, LCPC, MEd, RCC, CCC – has worked for a number of years as a therapist, consultant, and supervisor. She started her career in Canada in a variety of settings from community agencies, to hospitals, to the private sector. All of her work has focused on helping those with mental health, substance use, and trauma issues as well as psychosocial oncology. Brook started at Timberline as a primary and family therapist.
Brooke received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication with a Minor in Psychology and a Post-doc Baccalaureate Diploma in Counselling & Human from Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada. She went on to earn a Master’s of Education in Counselling Psychology from the University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. She is also a certified trainer in Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT).
View This Presentation – Walter H. Kaye, MD – Founder & Executive Director, Eating Disorders Program Professor, UCSD Department of Psychiatry
Title: Anorexia Nervosa an Eating Disorder?
Dr. Walter H. Kaye was recruited to the UC San Diego faculty from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, where he was research director of the eating disorder program, and where he received a NIMH senior scientist award.
Dr. Kaye’s current research is focused on exploring the relationship between brain and behavior using brain imaging and genetics, and developing and applying new treatments for anorexia and bulimia nervosa. He is the principal investigator for an international, multi-site collaboration on the genetics of anorexia and bulimia nervosa. He has an international reputation in the field of eating disorders and is the author of more than 300 articles and publications.
He attended Ohio State Medical School, trained in neurology at the University of Southern California and trained in psychiatry at the University of California, Los Angeles. Dr. Kaye was then a fellow and research physician at the National Institute of Mental Health for seven years where he conducted research on appetite regulation, behavior and treatment for disorders.
As Director of the University of California, San Diego Eating Disorder Treatment and Research Program, Dr. Kaye and his clinical team are treating anorexia nervosa and other eating disorders with an innovative, intensive program that approaches the problem on multiple levels, including medical, psychological, psycho-educational and counseling of the family as key support group.
Presenters: Scott E. Moseman, M.D., CEDS – Medical Director of Laureate Eating Disorders Program
and Morgan Richardson, LPC of Laureate Eating Disorders Program
Title: Integrating EMDR Into Eating Disorder Treatment: Why and How
View This Presentation – Scott E. Moseman, M.D., CEDS – Medical Director at Laureate Eating Disorders Program – serves as medical director of the Laureate Eating Disorders Program. He is a board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrist who received his fellowship training at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, where he served as chief fellow.
Dr. Moseman received his medical training from the Texas A&M Health Science Center and completed his adult psychiatric training at the University of Arizona. He has spoken internationally and throughout the country on topics related to eating disorders and child psychiatry. He has specific interests in eating, mood and anxiety disorders.
Currently, Dr. Moseman is collaborating with teams at the Laureate Institute for Brain Research in conducting body image and eating disorder research. Dr. Moseman has sat on the boards for the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and the Oklahoma Eating Disorders Association as well as co-chairing the special interest group on child and adolescent care for the Academy for Eating Disorders.
View This Presentation – Morgan Richardson, LPC – Outpatient Therapist at Laureate Eating Disorders Program – began working with the Laureate Eating Disorders Program in 2012 as a psychiatric technician, which sparked her passion for working in this field. She currently serves as the outpatient therapist for the eating disorders program and also works with residents of Magnolia House, Laureate’s independent living home for women in recovery from eating disorders.
Morgan also facilitates groups and provides meal support for the inpatient program and occasionally provides supplemental therapy for inpatients who have a history of trauma. Morgan received her bachelor of science degree in psychology from Oklahoma Christian University and her master of science degree in community counseling from Oklahoma State University. She is trained in EMDR therapy, which she utilizes to help clients process and find relief from past traumas.
Morgan has a passion for empowering individuals and their families in the process of finding healing, strength and purpose in their unique experiences. She pulls from internal family systems, dialectical behavior therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy in her practice.
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