CEDD Lectures and Seminars
Body dissatisfaction among adolescents: Why it matters and what we can do about it
Enhancing Engagement and Overcoming Barriers in the Eating Disorders
Conversations with Janet Treasure
Acceptance and Commitment to Therapy, with Application to Eating Disorders
Managing children and young people with eating disorders - capacity building of health care professionals
What can we learn from the longitudinal data?
The results of a 10-year longitudinal study of 246 women with eating disorders. (49 minutes)
2008 Peter Beumont Lecture, Courtesy Wesley Private Hospital, CEDD & EDF. Sydney University, 25 November, 2008.
Challenges facing the field of Eating Disorders: What we know and what we don’t know.
Presented by Prof Stephen Touyz
Professor of Clinical Psychology, Sydney University &
Co-Director, Peter Beumont Centre for Eating Disorders, Wesley Private Hospital.
Introduction by Dr Margaret Sheridan & Elizabeth Orr.
Managing EATING in Eating Disorders
24th June 2011
PART 1. Why manage Eating? The Effect on the brain.
By Dr Sloane Madden
In this video, Dr Sloane Madden discusses the effects of starvation on the brain and cognition that are associated with eating disorders, highlighting the importance of nutritional rehabilitation to treatment. Dr Madden provides neuroimaging evidence of changes in the brain due to starvation, and discusses the impact of starvation on cognitive function and treatment function.
PART 2. The Role of the Dietitian in the treatment of adults with eating disorders
By Mellisa Ashley and Helen Storey
Melissa Ashley describes the varied roles of the dietitian in the treatment of adults with eating disorders, and outlines when health professionals should refer patients to a dietitian. Next, Helen Storey presents the case for working in teams in the treatment of adults with eating disorders, describes professional responsibilities when working in a team, discusses the difficulties of working in teams in the private sector and for private practitioners and proposes solutions to these issues, and illustrates her case with 3 vignettes.
PART 3. Practice Recommendations of Nutritional Management of Anorexia Nervosa in Adults
By Alison Wakefield and Hazel Williams
Alison Wakefield begins by describing and outlining the development of the Practice Recommendations, the information it contains, and the recommendations made by the document. Next, Hazel Williams discusses the main part of the recommendations which centers around the skills required to treat adult patients with an eating disorder. Alison then discusses the outcomes to be monitored and evaluated by dietitians to determine nutritional care in adult patients with anorexia nervosa.
Breakfast Meeting September 4th 2015 - Speaker Stephan Zipfel
Professor Zipfel is Head of Department of Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy, at the University Hospital Tubingen, Germany. CEDD was thrilled to have Prof. Zipfel present a talk on the topic of food-related impulsivity in Binge Eating Disorders.
Please click HERE to view the video.