Imbalances of Neuro-Endocrine Communication Within the Eating Disordered Population and Application for Interdisciplinary Clinical Practice

When exploring the maladaptive biological changes in response to an eating disorder, a pattern of hormonal and neurotransmitter dysfunction emerge and can be connected to various signs and symptoms experienced by our patients. Clinical research shows that modulation of disrupted neuroendocrine factors through dietary, lifestyle, and behavioral interventions improve patient symptoms, ED behavior uses, and/or QOL. Consideration of hormonal and neurotransmitter dysfunction, as well as evaluation of neuroendocrine imbalances in the eating disordered population, could translate to improved patient...Read more care and treatment outcomes in integrative clinical practice. Less...

Learning Objectives

  • Identify hormonal and neurotransmitter dysfunction and imbalances in ED population
  • Recognize signs and symptoms associated with hormonal and neurotransmitter imbalance
  • Apply individualized behavioral and lifestyle interventions in interdisciplinary clinical practice with an ED population utilizing knowledge of neuro-endocrine dysregulation

Friday, May 12, 2023

Seasons 52
1000 W. Big Beaver Rd., Troy, MI, 48084

11:30 AM EDT - 01:00 PM EDT

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