BHN RECORDED WEBINAR
Helping Your Patients Win Their War Within: Effectively Challenging Your Clients with Eating Disorders
November 15, 2017
CPEU Certificate Expires 11/15/2020
$10 Members (discount applied at checkout)
Webinar presented by:
Charlotte Caperton-Kilburn, MS, RDN, CSSD, LDN, FAND, CEDRD
Synopsis: This webinar will present the basics of using Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) in the nutritional counseling of eating disorders. It will provide information and case studies allowing RDNs new to the field of eating disorders to create effective client sessions.
- Utilize CBT techniques useful to eating disorder clients.
- Create effective sessions for clients.
- Understand how to implement effective CBT dialogue.
CPE level: Level 2: General knowledge of literature and professional practice in areas covered
Suggested Learning Codes:
5200 Disordered Eating
5400 Case Management
6010 Behavior Change Theories, Techniques
6020 Counseling, Therapy, and Facilitation Skills
6070 Interviewing and Listening Skills
Suggested Performance Indicators:
9.3.5 Uses a variety of strategies to deliver a plan of care or learning plan.
9.6 Uses effective counseling and coaching skills and strategies in practice.
9.6.1 Determines and applies counseling theories, psychological methods, and strategies that empower customers to make changes.
10.2.11 Monitors, identifies, and adjusts the intervention based on patient progress in meeting established goals.
Charlotte has been counseling, supervising, and teaching in the field of sports nutrition and eating disorders for the past 17 years. She recently became the first Director of Sports Nutrition at The College of Charleston and coauthor of Winning the War Within. Charlotte is a Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics, a Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian and Supervisor and a Fellow of the Academy of Dietetics and Nutrition. She is past BHN Chair, past President of the South Carolina Academy of Dietetics and Nutrition and the current Delegate to the AND house of delegates for the South Carolina. In 2013, she founded The South Carolina Coalition for Overcoming Eating Disorders. Charlotte also volunteers for several community organizations. She has spoken locally, nationally and internationally and appeared on radio, television and written news articles. When she isn’t at the gym watching her daughter play basketball or fueling her daughters travel basketball team, you can find her on her paddleboard in the Charleston waters or walking her dog Hazel in the neighborhood.