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Continuing Education Events: High Points for February and March

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Advanced Recovery Systems’ continuing education events provide medical professionals with valuable opportunities to stay up-to-date with the latest innovations in their fields. Held all across the country, these events are free to attend, satisfy continuing education credits, and most importantly, give those in the rehabilitation industry the chance to learn from their peers’ experience.

Next Continuing Education Event: Denver, Colorado

February 16, 2018
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Maggiano’s Little Italy Restaurant

Topic: “Heroin: A Clinical Primer” | David Petersen LCSW, LAC

Why You Won’t Want to Miss It:
In partnership with The Recovery Village Palmer Lake, this continuing education event welcomes clinical consultant and interventionist David Petersen. He will be sharing valuable insights from his first-hand experience with one of the most deadly illicit opioids in a talk titled, “Heroin: A Clinical Primer.” This event includes brunch from Maggiano’s Little Italy and three (3) continuing education credits as accredited by NBCC. We hope to see you there.

Interested? RSVP to this event today.

Continuing Education Event: Jim Soda and Elizabeth Carges

Previous Continuing Education Event: Orlando, Florida

February 9, 2018
Topics:
“Athletes and Eating Disorders” | Jim Soda, MA, LMHC, LPC, LAC
“Applying DBT to Eating Disorders” | Elizabeth Carges, PhD

Event Highlights:

“Athletes and Eating Disorders” | Jim Soda

  • There are varied factors that can contribute to eating disorders for athletes, including internal and external pressures, age and genetics
  • Most-diagnosed eating disorders among athletes
  • Which sports see the highest prevalence of eating disorders
  • Modalities of eating disorder treatment for athletes
  • Prevention strategies for eating disorders

“Applying DBT to Eating Disorders” | Elizabeth Carges

  • Identifying four major dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) skills
  • How DBT makes a huge difference for patients with eating disorders
  • Methods to implement DBT skills within an eating disorder treatment program or within individual therapy scenarios

Want to learn more about this event? View past presentations.

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