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July 20-21, 2018

How to apply CBT-E to athletes in practical and effective ways: Innovative techniques for a standard treatment

Dr. Amy Gooding to present at 5th Annual Eating Disorders in Sport Conference


CED Outpatient Psychologist, Amy E. Gooding, Psy.D., will present the following professional/clinical workshop at the 5th Annual Eating Disorders in Sport Conference hosted by McCallum Place Victory Program:

How to apply CBT-E to athletes in practical and effective ways: Innovative techniques for a standard treatment

This workshop provides innovative take-away interventions for clinicians providing cognitive behavioral therapy for athletes struggling with eating disorders. While attendees should have a basic understanding of eating disorders and CBT-E, the protocol for CBT-E will be reviewed briefly within the context of introducing and discussing various techniques, psycho-education and motivational strategies.  Attendees will leave the workshop with guidelines, skills, and resources to feel prepared to apply cognitive behavioral therapy tailored to the needs of athletes.

Friday, July 20 through Saturday, July 21, 2018

Berkeley, California 

Conference is open to the public upon registration. CEUs are provided. Registration is  available here


Amy Gooding, Psy.D.
Dr. Gooding is a clinical psychologist in the outpatient department of The Center for Eating Disorders. She completed her Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology at La Salle University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where she received training in cognitive behavioral therapy and acceptance based approaches to psychotherapy. She has also received specialized training in working with athletes with eating disorders. Dr. Gooding provides consultation and education to providers and organizations about specific issues related to prevention, assessment, and treatment of athletes and eating disorders. She has been a two time presenter at the "Powered by Me!" conference hosted by University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at the Belmont Center for Comprehensive Treatment and her doctoral dissertation was published in the Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology. She joined The Center for Eating Disorders in 2010 as a post-doctoral fellow working with the inpatient and partial hospitalization programs.

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