Up to 35% of patients who struggle with substance abuse will exhibit eating disorder behaviors, and yet, so much more will leave treatment with an unhealthy relationship with their body and the food they put in it. How do we set our clients up to have a positive relationship with their body? In this session Robyn will give valuable information with practical, creative strategies to support and create a safe environment for those wanting to develop a healthy relationship with their body and the food they put in it. Attendees will gain tools on how to identify and screen when your client becomes susceptible to an eating disorder. Robyn candidly speaks about her personal experience of overcoming alcoholism and eating disorders and will also address clinical strategies for helping the client establish a more productive relationship with body and food.
.Summarize what a healthy relationship with your body and the food you put in it looks like.
.List the three phases of nutritional healing—The Body Conversation.
.Identify when an unhealthy relationship with body and food is an eating disorder