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July/August 2020 The Therapist in Professional Exchange

Learning Objectives -
Upon completion of the articles, are you able to:
  1. Outline three actions that therapists can take to become Therapeutic Allies including self-reflection, engaging in consultation / support groups, and strong referrals.
  2. Define racial trauma and additional clinical aspects of Black mental health.
  3. Describe cultural competence within the lens of assisting therapists in the creation of safe spaces and therapeutic alliances with Black clients.
  4. Describe how collaboration between generalists and eating disorder specialists can facilitate identification and treatment engagement among those struggling with eating disorders.
  5. Discuss how eating disorders impact LGBTQ+, racial and ethnic minorities, those over 40+ years of age and food insecure populations. 
  6. Describe how shame and stigma in eating disorders may impact therapeutic treatment. 
  7. Apply knowledge about generalist-specialist collaboration in eating disorder treatment to their practices and advocacy efforts.
  8. Describe the Mind-body relationship between emotions and the physical body as evidenced through the metaphor of music.
  9. Identify the benefits of movement on the body’s physical and emotional functioning
  10. Understand the changes to the body and brain when responding to stressful situations.
  11. Apply principles of beneficial body movement for therapy clients

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This test is valid for obtaining continuing education hours until August 31, 2021. CAMFT is recognized as a CE Provider by the Board of Behavioral Sciences for LMFTs, LEPs, LPCCs, and LCSWs (16 C.C.R. §1887.4.3(3)(D)).

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