Treating Picky Eaters: Update on Empirically-Supported CBT Interventions
These kids drive their parents crazy! The parents worry about food battles balanced against worries about optimal growth and development. The coercive cycle ensues making mealtimes miserable and tense for the child, siblings and caregivers.
Feeding disorders are characterized by a persistent disturbance in eating or eating-related behavior that affects food consumption and gets in the way of daily functioning. Generally, individuals with feeding disorders fail to eat a sufficient amount or variety of food to maintain a healthy nutritional status. Since picky eating can be part of normal dev...Read moreelopment, it can be challenging to determine where picky eating ends and a feeding disorder begins.
This workshop is designed for professionals interested in learning more about feeding disorders and the most frequently used behavioral treatments to treat these disorders. An overview of feeding disorders will be provided. Participants will be taught how to identify feeding disorders as well as specific, empirically-supported treatments to manage these difficulties. Less...
- State the different types of feeding disorders.
- Differentiate picky eating from feeding disorders.
- State specific empirically-supported treatments used to manage feeding challenges.
Friday, July 24, 2020
12:00 PM EDT - 01:00 PM EDTRegister for this Webinar
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About the speaker
Erica Dashow, PhD, BCBA-D
Dr. Dashow earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from Rutgers University, where she received extensive training in working with individuals with autism spectrum disorder through the Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center. Dr. Dashow completed her clinical internship at the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, Maryland, where she provided evidence-based treatment for children and adolescents in the Pediatric Feeding Disorders Program and the Pediatric Developmental Disorders Clinic. She completed a postdoctoral fellowships at the Kennedy Krieger Institute Pediatric Feeding Disorders Program and is currently completing a postdoctoral fellowship at the Center for CBT.
CE Information - Earn 1 CE Hour
American Psychological Association
CE Process Info
A continuing education certificate for the event will be obtained using the website, CE-Go. After the event, you will receive an email containing a link to CE-Go. (This link will be sent to the email account you used to register for the event).
Upon accessing the CE-Go website, you will be able to:
• Complete evaluation forms for the event (Mandatory to receive credit)
• Download your continuing education certificate in a PDF format
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the CE-Go process, please contact CE-Go at 877 248 6789 or by email at [email protected]