Sky View Room, 6th floor of MacAlister Hall OR VIA LIVE WEBSTREAM; Registration is required in Career Pathway to attend in-person
Disordered eating refers to a wide range of problematic eating behaviors that can have a negative impact on a person’s emotional, social, and physical well-being. Behaviors such as loss of control eating, emotional eating, obsessive calorie counting, significant weight fluctuations, or a rigid focus on only eating the “right” kind of foods are common behaviors for many adults that can have a dramatic impact on quality of life.
Luckily, a number of evidence-based treatment approaches exist to help individuals develop a more healthy and flexible approach to food so that they can reduce disordered eating behaviors. In the current workshop, we’ll review the factors that maintain disordered eating symptoms and discuss a number of approaches one can use to improve eating behaviors.
Adrienne Juarascio, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist who is the current director of the DELTA clinic (Drexel’s Eating and Weight Loss Treatment and Assessment Clinic) as well as the director of training at the WELL Center (The Weight, Eating, and Lifestyle Sciences Center at Drexel). In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Juarascio also is the lead developer on several new innovative treatment approaches for eating pathology and is the primary investigator on several ongoing clinical trials at Drexel.
This workshop is open to all faculty and staff. Please feel free to bring your lunch to this session. Registration to attend in-person is required in Career Pathway.
You may also join this event VIA LIVE WEBSTREAM on April 24th from Noon-1pm. Please visit this calendar listing and look for the link (which will be posted shortly before the event) to join the webstream. Registration is not required for the webstream.
Contact Monica Fauble, Wellness Administrator, with questions: email@example.com
*Participants in our 2018 Wellness Incentive Program are eligible to earn (15 points ($15 credit) per session for attending this event in-person or virtually (online). In-person attendants must sign-in to receive credit. Virtual (online) attendants must email Monica Fauble firstname.lastname@example.org one thing they learned during this event in order to receive credit.
You must register for the 2018 program AND complete your 2018 PHP before you will be eligible to receive any payouts. Points for attending these events will be sent to Health Advocate on a monthly basis for the prior month’s activities. There will be a delay in these points and payouts being distributed. For information about our 2018 wellness incentive program, please visit: http://drexel.edu/hr/benefits/a-healthier-u/wellness-incentive-program/