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EDCare presents our April Continuing Education Event 


Friday, April 16, 2021 from 10:00 – 11:00 am MT


All are welcome to join us for this free virtual event!


Eating Disorders are the second leading cause of death among psychiatric illnesses. If left untreated, clinical symptoms can have life-long medical, psychological, and sociological effects. In order to establish the trajectory of recovery, assessment, appropriate recommendations and subsequent treatment are imperative. This presentation will focus on identifying symptoms and complications associated with all types of eating disorders, assessments, and the standards associated with various levels of care. Attendees will receive education and recommendations of scope of practice in addition to resources for referring patients to a Higher Level of Care.

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Participants will learn the various clinical presentations of eating disorders.
  2. Participants will gain a better understanding of various warning signs and complications associated with eating disorders and the many psychiatric co-morbidities.
  3. Participants will learn different assessment approaches associated with eating disorder symptomatology.
  4. Participants will receive information to examine their own scope of practice in order to better place patients in the appropriate level of care, ultimately resulting in helping patients secure a recovery-focused life.

Presented by:

Caroline Neumann, PsyD, MFT | Regional Clinical Director at EDCare

Caroline Neumann graduated from the University of Mississippi with a BA in Psychology. She later attended Reformed Theological Seminary and received her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy and Counseling. After living in Malawi, Africa, teaching college-level counseling courses and providing mental health services, she returned to the states and earned her PsyD at Rosemead School of Psychology in La Mirada, CA. She then completed her Pre-doctoral Internship at the University of Northern Colorado with a focus in eating disorders and her Post-doctoral fellowship at EDCare.

Following her training, Dr. Neumann served as a primary therapist for 5 years and is now the Regional Director of Clinical Services.  She is an advocate for the discovery of each individual patient separate from their eating disorder by the exploration of past and present experiences, creation of new emotional experiences, and the empowerment of the patient towards behavioral change. She also enjoys public speaking and has done numerous presentations across the country.  Dr. Neumann is a licensed psychologist in the state of Colorado.

Outside of work, Dr. Neumann enjoys traveling, hosting friends and family, and various sports activities.



CE Credits: A Certificate of Attendance for one (1) clock hour will be issued to all participants. Participants are responsible for contacting their respective state and discipline licensing boards to confirm acceptance of CE credits.
  • EDCare is approved by the APA to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. EDCare maintains sole responsibility for all aspects of this program and its content. 
  • This event has been approved by the NBCC for 1 NBCC credit hour. EDCare maintains sole responsibility for all aspects of this program and its content. Please note: a post-test is required to earn the NBCC credit hour. NBCC Approval No. SP-3611

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