You are invited to participate in an international study on attitudes towards the use of Serious Games in psychotherapy.
Matthew Fleischmann, a PhD student at McGill University studying Counselling Psychology, and Jessica Huss, a PhD student from Germany under the supervision of Professor Christiane Eichenberg, Sigmund Freud University in Austria are conducting this study.
If you are working with clients of any age group, in any psychotherapeutic modality in Canada, please use this link to participate:
View the full survey flyer here: FINAL_ English e-Flyer Serious Games_Combined_Canada
Healthcare providers worldwide are invited to participate in a study of how they describe and communicate about Eating Disorder recovery with their patients/clients.
Are you a healthcare provider (broadly defined – includes psychologists, nurses, psychiatrists, doctors, occupational therapists, peer mentors, health coaches, and more) who works with people with Eating Disorders/disordered eating? We are conducting a study on how healthcare providers talk about recovery with clients/patients and we would love to hear from you!
Click the link if you’d like to learn more and/or participate: http://bit.ly/2Eqw0b7
Parental Involvement and Child and Adolescent Eating Disorders: Perspectives from Residents in Psychiatry, Pediatrics, and Family Medicine.
This study investigated medical residents’ perspectives regarding parental involvement as well as their expectations for future practice in the assessment and treatment of ED. Read the study
Related emotional-focused family therapy links:
Strategizing for Change: A review of the 2016 EDAC 2016 Conference.
Read Andrea LaMarre’s Science of Eating Disorderspost on the 2016 conference held in Winnipeg, Manitoba September 28, 29 & 30.Read the review