Rumination Disorder: what it is and how to treat it
Rumination disorder is one of the more commonly misunderstood feeding and eating disorder diagnoses. Clients commonly describe the behaviors associated with rumination disorder as “automatic,” “involuntary,” or “accidental,” which leads many clinicians to feeling unsure how to treat this specific diagnosis. Proper treatment of rumination disorder is vital, however, because rumination disorder produces significant physical consequences (like esophageal damage, severe dehydration, and dental issues) as well as psychological and social consequences (like shame, mealtime distress, and social isola...Read moretion). In this lecture-style presentation, attendees will learn commonalities and differences between rumination disorder and other feeding and eating disorder diagnoses, common triggers for regurgitation, factors that maintain rumination disorder, strategies for treating rumination disorder, and important considerations when evaluating treatment progress. Attendees will also be provided with sample assessment questions for evaluating for rumination disorder, tools to use in session with clients, and re- sources for further learning about rumination disorder. Less...
- Define regurgitation and rumination and distinguish between the two.
- Identify factors that impact the maintenance of rumination disorder.
- List physical, psychological, and social consequences of ruminating behaviors.
- Explain treatment strategies effective in the treatment of rumination disorder.
Friday, April 14, 2023
11:00 AM EDT - 12:30 PM EDTRegister for this Webinar
About the speaker
Amie Guice, MAEd, RD, LD, CEDRD
11:00am – 11:30am introductions and housekeeping
11:30am – 12:30pm Presentation on Rumination Disorder
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