for the 6th Annual Southeastern Eating Disorder Conference August 28 & 29, 2015 in New Orleans, LA
“Trauma Informed Approaches to Eating Disorder Treatment”
Eating disorders are complex mental illnesses that impact individuals and their loved ones. This year’s conference will focus on trauma informed approaches to Eating Disorder Treatment.
Be a part of an evolution in understanding and treating Eating Disorders. You will hear current experts in eating disorders, including those with interests in the fields of Western, complementary and alternative medicines, broadening your view about working with Eating Disorders. We invite you to join us for this information-packed event and earn CEs when you attend.
Who Should Attend?
Mental health professionals, dietitians and interns who work with children, adolescents, adults, and families with eating disorders.
About The Seed Conference
Dear Team 2015 Seed Participants,
We want to Thank you for visiting our web site to learn more about our Upcoming conference August 28th & 29th. This conference was born 6 years ago, when a group of eating disorder providers where together and started brain-storming of how we can provide clinician’s and treatment providers a cost affordable conference in the Southeast. The goal of this conference is to simply pay for the cost of the conference and to be able to have seed money for the next year. Through the efforts of many, the last 5 years have seen us visit some amazing cities that our founders are from. From Atlanta, Athens, Nashville, Birmingham and this year we turn 6 and will be in our host city of New Orleans. We are encouraging you to bring your families to this beautiful part of the country.
This conference is not even possible without the support of our Sponsors and exhibitors.
We look forward to seeing you in August and to have you be part of this conference. If you have any questions, please let us know how to help.
Continuing Education Credit
CE credit for this event for mental health professionals is sponsored by The Institute for Continuing Education. The program offers a total of 13.5 contact hours. Credit is awarded on a daily basis, with full daily attendance required. There is no additional fee for CE credit. Application forms will be available on site. If you have questions regarding CE credit, or for a listing of learning objectives, please contact The Institute for Continuing Education at: 800-557-1950 / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Continuing Education credit is offered for the disciplines of psychology ( APA); social work ( ASWB provider 1007 / Alabama provider 0171 ); counseling( NBCC provider 5643 ); marriage/family therapy ( FL Board Provider BAP 255); drug-alcohol ( NAADAC provider 00243 ); nursing (AL Board Nursing provider 1124). This event is appropriate for mental health professionals of all skill levels.
Application for continuing professional education (CPE) approval has been made through the Commission on Dietetic Registration on behalf of Registered Dietitians for 13.5 credit hours.