2020-06 MOEDC Newsletter


From: 360 ED Training
Sent: Wednesday, June 10, 2020 9:52 PM
To: 360 ED Training <360EDtraining@wustl.edu>
Subject: June Newsletter- Eating Disorders & COVID-19

Newsletter- June Training and COVID-19 Resources
Consultation Opportunity- Interpersonal Psychotherapy 
Dr. Rob Welch, PhD of Washington University in St. Louis will be offering monthly interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) consultation groups at no cost. This is a great opportunity to receive support while learning to effectively implement IPT for clients with eating disorders. If you are interested in joining, please enter your availability here: http://whenisgood.net/IPTconsult 
Before attending consultation, we request that you complete an IPT training. A 3.5 hour IPT course (with free CEUs) and additional training materials are available here: http://iptfored.com/home.  
AED- Telehealth Webinars   
The Academy for Eating Disorders has assembled panels of experts to discuss the treatment of eating disorders via telehealth and challenges presented by the current COVID-19 pandemic. Recordings available on Youtube, links below:
1 hour 20 minutes
1 hour 
COVID-19 and EDs Handouts

These informational handouts aim to provide guidance to mental health clinicians and primary care practitioners around continuing to support clients in light of COVID-19. 
Telehealth with CBT Online Forum 
​Glenn Waller, PhD, is a leading expert in cognitive-behavioral approaches to treating eating disorders. He has created a form on Google Docs that answers FAQs and offers guidance on transitioning in-person Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy to delivery via telehealth: 
St. Louis IAEDP Chapter- First Event

Upcoming MOEDC Training- CBTgsh Webinar
Mark your calendar for Friday, July 24th 10 am – 12 pm CST! Register at: mimhtraining.com/cbtgsh 

Cognitive-behavioral therapy guided self-help (CBTgsh) is a focused, time-limited, and cost-effective evidence-based treatment for binge-type eating disorders (EDs), including bulimia nervosa (BN), binge-eating disorder (BED), and subclinical EDs. CBTgsh uses self-help materials designed for patient use, paired with brief, time-limited sessions with a therapist, who acts as a coach.This approach may be especially timely given the current COVID-19 pandemic, as it is particularly easy to deliver via telehealth.



Olivia Laing, LMSW
Coordinator, 360 Eating Disorders Training Initiative

Missouri Eating Disorders Council


Phone: 314-362-7904

Web: http://www.moedc.org

Email:  360EDTraining@wustl.edu

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