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Special Events at The Center for Eating Disorders


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September 17, 2018

Issues in the Assessment and Treatment of Eating Disorders in LGBTQ+ Students and Patients

A 1-hour workshop for campus-based treatment providers (1.0 CEU available)

Issues in the Assessment and Treatment of Eating Disorders in LGBTQ+ Patients

Join a consortium of college and university clinicians for a 1-hour workshop designed to help campus-based therapists, counselors and health professionals provide the most competent care for LGBTQ+ students with eating disorders on campus.

Monday, September 17, 2018

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

The Center for Eating Disorders, Outpatient Pavilions
Physicians Pavilion North
6535 North Charles Street, Ste. 300
Baltimore, MD 21204

FREE to attend, but pre-registration is required. please contact me at either 410-427-3874 or (Please note: there is a small fee for parking in the garage.) 

Participants who complete the training will be eligible to receive 1.0 CEU.


Dr. Andrea Castelhano

Andrea Castelhano, Psy.D.
Dr. Castelhano is a licensed psychologist in the outpatient department at the Center for Eating Disorders. She has provided affirmative therapy to individuals in the LGBTQ+ community throughout her training and professional career. Affirmative therapy is a therapeutic approach that respects individuals of all sexual orientations and genders, recognizes the impact of intersectionality on identity development and life experience, and addresses issues including discrimination and heterosexism as they relate to the individual's broader treatment goals.



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