Friday, March 15, 2024
Eating Disorder Training Session A, Part 2
Mental health professionals are invited to join us for an upcoming training session. Speaker Asta Kilmaite, MA, LCPC will continue Session A, Part 2 on Diagnosis, Assessment, and Treatment Interventions in Eating Disorder Treatment training in-person on March 15th.
This training will be a continuation of the 1/26/2024 Session A Part 1 training. It is not required to have attended Session A part 1 in order to register for Session A part 2.
Objectives for Session A, Part 1 and 2:
1. Identify diagnostic criteria for eating disorders
2. Discover the risk factors for eating disorders such as medical concerns
3. Distinguish assessment areas of eating disorders
4. Recognize stages of chance and use motivational interviewing to help patients change
5. Reduce and treat symptomatology of eating disorders using newest treatment modalities
6. Develop treatment insights into special populations such as groups and adolescents
7. Present one practical case during the training to demonstrate materials learned
Event Details Session A, Part 2
CEUs pending for IAODAPCA & CBHA
Date: March 15th, 2024
Time: 12PM — 3PM
Location: 1500 Shure Drive, Arlington Heights, IL 60004
RSVP BY March 11th: Mental Health Professionals and KYC staff are welcome to join. Please click here to register by emailing Brenda. Please include your licensure/credentials in your email to assist with processing CEUs.
Cost: $35 (KYC Staff can attend at no cost)
Speaker: Asta Kilmaite, MA, LCPC
About the Speaker: Asta Kilmaite, MA, LCPC
Asta is the founder and executive director of Beautiful Mind Therapy, a private practice that provides counseling to individuals, couples, and families.
Her professional training began with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Roosevelt University in Schaumburg, Illinois, in 2008. She later completed her Master of Arts in Clinical Professional Psychology degree in 2011 at the same university, graduating with honors. She worked in a variety of facilities, including several hospitals, mental health centers, an insurance company, and an emergency room. During her time as part of an inpatient treatment team at the Alexian Brothers Behavioral Health Hospital in the eating disorders and self-injury unit, she acquired extensive training and experience in working with eating disorders.