Understanding Eating Disorders Event

Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment

coltraneFeatured speaker:

Psychologist Michelle Mannia, Psy.D., HSPP, CEDS

Date: Friday, March 16, 2018: 8 – 10 a.m.

Location: Bethel College, Presidents Dining Room in the Dining Commons Building

Eating disorders can have a significant negative impact on physical and mental health and are prevalent among individuals of all ages and backgrounds. Current culture supports thin ideal, obsession with fitness and exercise, and negative views of food, resulting in an increase of unhealthy dieting and body shame. This workshop will address the causes, prevention, and treatment of eating disordered concerns and behaviors.

Dr. Mannia's background

What Attendees Gain

  • Awareness of cultural influences on eating behaviors.
  • Knowledge of practical ways to recognize eating disorders.
  • Skills to support someone struggling with poor body image.
  • Increased abilities to address disordered eating behavior treatment needs.

For psychologists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, counselors, addictions therapists, social service professionals, school teachers and staff, and college students training in the fields of counseling, social work and psychology.

Two Category I CEUs granted for psychologists and behavioral health professionals.

Cost: $25


Reserve your place online now

Or call: 574.807.7370

 Sponsored by Bethel College and Bethel College Counseling Service