Webinar

TBT-S Webinar - Adapted for Transition-Aged Youth

  • Online
  • 3 Dec, 2020 - 3 Dec, 2020

Time: 12 -1:30PM AEDT

Price: $50.00

EDFA along with their state partners*, is very proud to present the next issue of their webinar series on TBT-S. This webinar’s topic is: Applying TBT-S and Its Principles to Young Adults.

This webinar will outline the specific application of TBT-S to a transition-age youth/young adult population. In this webinar, Dr. Knatz-Peck will provide an overview how to consider the developmental framework of clients while applying TBT-S, and make appropriate adaptations based on developmental stage. I will also discuss the parent-client model of support, specific activities focused on parent-client collaboration, and the neurobiological framework for persons of this age with developing brains.

To facilitate claiming of PD points, certificates of attendance and the learning objectives will be provided to attendees.

Presented by Dr Stephanie Knatz-Peck

Dr. Stephanie Knatz Peck is a licensed psychologist and Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the University of California, San Diego. She currently serves as program director for the Intensive Family Treatment Programs, an internationally known eating disorders treatment program at the world-renowned UCSD Eating Disorder Treatment Center. In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Peck is responsible for developing and testing novel, neurobiologically-based treatments for eating disorders at the UCSD clinic focused on targeting underlying mechanisms and training family members. In addition to program development and oversight, she continues to pursue her passion for helping others by providing direct clinical care for clients and family members affected by eating disorders. Dr. Peck has directly treated hundreds of clients and families over her career.

* EDFA greatly appreciates the support of their state partners:

* Queensland Eating Disorder Service (QuEDS)

* InsideOut Institute

* Victorian Centre for Excellence in Eating Disorders (CEED)

* Statewide Eating Disorder Service (SEDS) (South Australia)

* Western Australian Eating Disorder Outreach Consulting Service (WAEDOCS