Pull Back the Curtain: Eating Disorders in the US Military Setting
A webinar for professionals by:
Alexia Beauregard, MS, RD, CSP, LD
Eating disorders affect men and women in all branches of the military. Military culture presents a challenging environment that can promote disordered eating patterns, body dissatisfaction and fear of asking for help for mental health disorders due to stigma and fear of repercussions. This webinar will address military culture and regulations that can negatively impact service members, veterans, spouses, and their children. Resources will be provided for professionals to assist their clients who are seeking help to recover from an eating disorder.
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Pending approval for 1.5 Level II CEUs from the Commission on Dietetic Registration.
After watching this webinar, you will be able to:
- Discuss the prevalence of disordered eating and eating disorders for service members, veterans, and their families
- Describe aspects of military culture that contribute to the development of eating disorders
- Identify who should be screened for an eating disorder
- Understand the basics of the Eating Competence model and the utility of ecSI2.0 in care planning
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