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iaedp Symposium 2016

The Complexity of Best Practices:
Evolving and Changing
Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort
Amelia Island, Florida
Feb 18-21, 2016

We are seeking abstracts on inventive treatment moralities for the numerous phases of the eating disordered client’s journey– from denial and resistance to treatment and, ultimately, recovery.  The spectrum ranging from disordered eating to life threatening medical complications requires skill and creativity.  Treatment providers from all disciplines are challenged to creatively convert ongoing research, brain imaging, and treatment updates into meaningful ED treatment protocols.  We are seeking submissions on individual, group, and family work which help clinicians in all treatment settings.  Please include an experiential or interactive component in your presentation.  Preference will be given to unique presentations offered for the first time.

A peer review committee is responsible for making the final selections for Symposium 2016.  This committee will consider the quality of the submittal, the speaker’s experience and qualifications to speak on the abstract submitted, relevance to the conference theme, and the applicability of the presentation to both inpatient and outpatient settings.  We are seeking abstract submittals for 3 hour intensive sessions.  (Some presenters may be asked to accept a 1.5 or 2 hour session slot.)
All abstracts must be submitted online.   Only submissions that are complete will be considered.  The call will close at midnight on August 17, 2015.

Now is your chance to submit! Don’t procrastinate, the deadline for submittal is Monday, August 17, 2015. Submissions must be complete by that time in order to be considered. SUBMIT NOW!  Any questions can be directed to Rebecca Albertini

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