LOCATION: Ballston Center, 1000 N. Glebe Road - Truland Auditorium
Marymount’s Department of Counseling and Mu Upsilon Gamma
, the Marymount chapter of the Chi Sigma Iota
honor society, are sponsoring this professional development program presented by the Center for Hope of NOVA.
Participants can earn 6 NBCC CEUs for this Eating Disorders 101 presentation. Symptoms, diagnostic requirements, and phases of treatment will be covered.Sessions include:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
with Heather Baker, LCSW- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
with Alicia Ayvas, LCSW- Family-based Therapy (Maudsley Approach)
with Adrianna Marti, MFT- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing
with Michelle Market, LPC- Yoga, Art Therapy and Equine/Gestalt Treatment
with program therapists- Nutrition
with Vanessa Terry-Venzke, dietician- Marymount Counseling Students’ Poster Presentations
Admission: Free for Marymount students, and $50 for non-students
Parking: There is limited parking. Please consider taking public transportation. Marymount's Ballston Center (N. Glebe and Fairfax Drive) is two blocks from the Ballston-MU Metro. If you drive, please obtain a parking pass in the lobby to display in you vehicle.
Refreshments will be provided, but lunch is on your own.