Real Food for Real Life: Learning How to Prevent and Solve Childhood and Teen Eating Problems
- Social Work Office of Professional Excellence
Open to the public; registration required; 3 CEs available for a fee; attend in-person or via Zoom
About the Workshop
According to the Centers for Disease Control, one out of every five school-age children and young people is obese. Almost half of children between first and third grades want to be thinner. Half of 9-to-10-year-old girls are dieting. Unsurprisingly, almost 90 percent of adult females has disordered eating. Yet there exists little information to help families concerned with eating problems.
This workshop, led by Donna Fish, LCSW-R (bio), will look at feeding children and teens through a cognitive, attitudinal, behavioral, and nutritional lens. It will focus on giving participants the skills to help individuals, families, teachers, and administrators develop programs and work with clients directly to prevent and/or cure eating problems.
For more information, including full presenter bio and workshop learning objectives, please see the event listing.
Participants have the option of attending in person or via a Zoom meeting link (sent to you after you register). For either of these options, please use the register button on this page.
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