Complex Bereavement: When Grief Becomes Angst, Woe, and it Feels too Intense to Carry On

Identification and processing of grief is facilitative in recovery, as well as general mental health. This class will use didactic and experiential approaches to teach participants how to better process for themselves and their clients.

Educational Objectives

After completing this course, participants will:

  • Be proficient in the DSM-V diagnostic criteria for 4 eating disorders seen in practice settings.
  • Learn 2 methods of addressing Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, and Binge Eating Disorder in an outpatient setting
  • Be able to identify at 3 co-occurring mental health disorders commonly diagnosed in those living with an eating disorder, including Substance Use Disorder.
  • Be able to identify 3-5 Recovery Behaviors and how to support clients in eating recovery maintenance, and sobriety for Dual Diagnosis clients.
  • Understand 3-5 symptoms of Relapse Behaviors and how to best support clients in instances of relapse of their ED, and to support instances of relapse of Substance Use Disorder for Dual Diagnosis clients.
  • Recognize 2 criteria to determine if referral is needed for higher level of care.

Available Continuing Education:

DMH-Addiction Therapist

DMH-Community Support Specialist

DMH-Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Therapist

DMH-Mental Health Therapist

DMH-Licensed Administrator

MAAP-Mississippi Association of Addiction Professionals

NAADAC

SW-Social Work

Presenter

Ray Hale, Psy.D.

Location

MSPHI

Date

Nov. 13, 2020

Time

8:30 am - 12:30 pm

Presenter

Ray Hale, Psy.D.

Location

MSPHI