Identifying early warning signs of disordered eating is a crucial step in preventing the development of eating disorders. When identified early, treatment interventions can be implemented with much greater effectiveness and better outcomes. Creating a healthy relationship with food and eating can foster emotional and physical well being. We are excited to have Dr. Susan Penza-Clyve available to discuss strategies to help identify and prevent disordered eating habits and to present methods to cultivate healthy eating patterns.
Dr. Penza Clyve will lead a discussion with ample time for questions.
About Our Presenter: Psychologist, Susan Penza-Clyve, has been working with teens and adults in her psychotherapy practice for 13 years. Susan earned her PhD in Clinical Developmental Psychology from the University of Maine. She continued her training at Brown University Medical School, where she completed an internship and postdoctoral fellowship, working with children and adolescents with eating disorders in inpatient and outpatient settings. After training, Susan opened up a psychotherapy practice in Providence and served as a staff psychologist at Rhode Island Hospital. In 2006, she and her family moved to Maine and she opened a private practice in Portland. Susan specializes in treating eating disorders, as well as anxiety and depression, and meets monthly with the Portland Eating Disorders Collaborative team, including members of the New England Eating Disorders Program at Mercy Hospital. She specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Treatments and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
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