iaedp Phoenix presents "12 Core Principles in Treatment and Recovery from Eating Disorders and Related Illness "Friday, June 7, 2013Presented ByMichael E. Berrett, Ph.D Center for Change Orem, Utah 801-224-8255 firstname.lastname@example.org www.centerforchange.com Dr. Berrett is a Psychologist, CEO, and Co-founder of Center for Change, which since 1996, has specialized in intensive treatment programs for eating disorders and co-existing mental, emotional, and addictive illness. He has been on the Board of Directors of the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs. He is the co-author of several books and book chapters including "Spiritual Renewal: A Journey of Faith and Healing", and the APA bestseller "Spiritual Approaches in the Treatment of Women with Eating Disorders". He has also co-authored many peer review professional journal articles in journals such as Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, the Journal of Clinical Psychology, and Counseling and Values. He is a nationally known clinical trainer and speaker, and has presented nationally at many professional conferences including NEDA, IAEDP, NATSAP, IECA, EDCT, BFI SUMMIT, APTED, SCAN, RENFREW, and others on various topics including: intuitive living, six spiritual pathways to recovery, treating eating disordered adolescents, spirituality in clinical treatment, avoidance and the maintenance of poor self esteem, the art of giving and receiving support, the use of experiential therapies, helping clients find reasons to recover, creating intimacy in relationships, self care as a clinician, and staying mentally healthy in a complex world. Prior to opening the Center for Change intensive programs in 1996, Dr. Berrett has worked as a psychologist in private practice, and at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center in adult and adolescent psychiatry. While at UVRMC he also served as Chief of Psychology. He has been the Clinical Director of Aspen Achievement Academy, a wilderness treatment program for troubled adolescents, and has been adjunct faculty at Brigham Young University in several graduate programs in education and psychology. He has been a guest on public radio, in newspaper and magazine interviews, and has been a professional guest on the Dr. Phil TV show multiple times. He has achieved certification as a school psychologist and school counselor, having worked early in his career with adolescents in public education. Dr. Berrett received his PhD degree in Counseling Psychology with a doctoral minor in Marriage and Family Therapy from BYU in 1986. He and his wife Karen have been blessed with eight wonderful children and nine grandchildren. Dr. Berrett has dedicated his professional life to helping young people navigate life's journey with wisdom and self respect.Chaparral Suites: 5001 North Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ 85250Breakfast & Registration: 7:30 AM - 8:00 AMPresentation: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM1.5 CEUs Provided ByTo register for the event, email email@example.comNon-member Tickets $25 * Member Tickets $20 * Student Tickets $15This workshop will address 12 core areas which are critical in the treatment process, and the pathway to recovery from an eating disorder and related emotional, mental, and addictive illness. It will address critical topics including: finding reasons for recovery, accountability, embracing feelings, separating person from illness, creating structure, social support, listening to heart, reconnection, avoidance, identity, and love - and the role of each in treatment and recovery. Each critical area will be examined at the level of principles, themes, and clinical intervention.Objectives:Learn 12 critical areas to address in the treatment of eating disordersLearn practical interventions which address each of those core areas of treatmentBe able to understand personal application of principles as well as application of principles in the benefit of those we serve1.5 Continuing Education Credits provided by Sierra Tucson: MFT, LCSW as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Approval #PCE3587. RN as required by the California Board of Registered Nursing. Approval #CEP 12719. This program is co-sponsored by Sierra Tucson. Sierra Tucson is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists; Sierra Tucson maintains responsibility for this program and its content. A Special Thanks To Our Sponsors!Platinum Sponsor Jerry L Law, D. Min.
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Contemporary decor highlights the comfortable two-room guest suites, which include queen-size sofa sleepers. Chaparral Suites Hotel's in-room amenities include data ports, cable TV, coffee maker and hair dryers by request. Guest services include 24-hour complimentary airport shuttle service, a cooked-to-order breakfast, and business services. Enjoy the lighted tennis court, or workout in the top-notch exercise facility on-site. You are close to popular local attractions like the exclusive shopping area the Borgata, the Desert Botanical Gardens and the Phoenix Zoo. Enjoy Old West entertainment and dining at Rawhide.