Date: June 24th-25th, 2016
Location: American Mountaineering Company, Golden CO
Title: Eating Attachment and Somatic Education Training (EASE)
Fee: group and student fees available
Eating disorders are complex, multi-layered, and pernicious. And yet even the best evidenced-based interventions currently available have limited long-term outcomes. Paradoxically, the body, the very stage where the war is waged is often missing in most eating disorder treatment approaches. In recent years there has been burgeoning evidence in the role of the body in emotional regulation. Drawing from pioneers such as Peter Levine, Pat Ogden, Allan Schore, Bessel Van Der Kolk, and Dan Seigel, and Stephen Porges, the Eating, Attachment and Somatic Education Training (EASE) is designed to bridge the gap between traditional eating disorder therapy and cutting-edge approaches that highlight the crucial role of attachment, the body, and the neurobiological processes that govern affect regulation. This two-day training integrates theory with experiential and didactic opportunities for professionals to expand skills and discover the untapped resource of the body in healing from disordered eating.
Paula Scatoloni, LCSW, CEDS, SEP is a somatic-based psychotherapist and certified IAEDP supervisor. The former Eating Disorder Coordinator at Duke University, Paula has been providing lectures on the etiology and treatment of disordered eating for almost two decades. She also opened the first intensive outpatient program for eating disorders in the nation with Dr. Anita Johnson and provides an in-depth perspective on the role of metaphor as it manifests in the body. Paula is currently in collaboration with researchers in her area to design the first study on the use of Somatic Experiencing with individuals with bulimia nervosa.
Inge Sengelmann, LCSW, SEP, RYT-500 is a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, Dialectal Behavioral Specialist, and tantric hatha yoga teacher. She was the original clinical team member at the Oliver Pyatt Center and founding member of Miami’s first intensively-trained DBT consultation team. She has taught workshops locally, nationally, and internationally on eating disorders and related concerns. She is the author of It’s Time to EAT: Embody, Awaken, and Transform Our Relationship With Food, Body, and Self.
Contact Inge Sengelmann at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or visit our website: www.EASE4EDS.com to register.