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Currently Ongoing | New York, NY

Individual and Group Training for Treatment Professionals

Behavioral Intervention, Interpersonal Understanding of Eating Disorders

Dr. Brisman is available for ongoing or one-time consultations for professionals regarding their work with individuals and families. Whether you are concerned about a complicated situation—or whether you want to know about the treatment of eating disorders in general—Dr. Brisman can meet with you and discuss what might be needed next.

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Currently Ongoing | Tri-State Area

Eating Disorder Support Groups in New York City

For Men and Women Struggling with Eating Problems

Our Monthly Support Group is currently not running. Please contact Eating Disorder Hope for a list of current support groups in the tristate area.

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Thursday, April 27, 2017 | New York, NY

Outpatient Treatment of Eating Disorders

Training for IntinPsych Therapists and Coaches

Dr. Brisman will talk with the staff of IntrinPsych regarding the treatment of the eating disordered patient.  An intricate interweaving of behavioral intervention with psychodynamic understanding is needed to allow for enduring change. This training session is for IntrinPsych staff only.

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November 10-12, 2017 | Philadelphia, PA

The 27th Annual Renfrew Center Foundation Conference

Feminist Relational Perspectives and Beyond: Integrating Science, Creativity and Clinical Wisdom

Dr. Brisman will be presenting with Dr. Judith Ruskay Rabinor on Friday November 10th, 3:30-6:30pm,  a talk titled Clinical Supervision: Guidelines When Working with Eating Disordered Patients and Their Families.

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Air Date to be Determined | Online Podcast

Mobilizing Parents for Lasting Eating Disorder Recovery

Why Weight? Envisioning a New Future in Eating Disorder Treatment

Dr. Judith Brisman will be speaking with Laura Collins Lyster-Mensh, MS, award-winning author, educator, and advocate for families about the treatment of families—Where does psychoanalytic thinking fit in?

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