Sacramento has an excellent eating disorders and outreach program. Check out its website, Summit Eating Disorders and Outreach Program (SEDOP). There's an upcoming free event from SEDOP next month in celebration of its 10 year anniversary.
The team is hosting free tours of the treatment center and housing accommodations on September 10, following a day-long Regional Professional Seminar, “Strategies for the Eating Disorder Patient: 10 Things Every Clinician Must Know,” which will provide information on the latest research, treatment interventions and working with families. This is great opportunity for people to come see the SEDOP facility and meet the staff.
10 Year Anniversary — Special Regional Training in Sacramento — FREE!
As part of its 10 year anniversary celebration, Summit is pleased to offer the one-day, Regional Professional Seminar, “Strategies for the Eating Disorder Patient: 10 Things Every Clinician Must Know” will provide information on the latest research, treatment interventions and working with families. The event will take place on Friday, September 10, 2010 in Sacramento, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
As part of the event, Summit will be offering free tours of its treatment center and luxurious housing accommodations that patients and families are able to utilize when coming from outside the Sacramento region. Six CEUs are available for this one-day event.
To register, please download the registration form or contact Jennifer Lombardi, MFT, Co-owner and Director of Admissions, via email, firstname.lastname@example.org. Space is limited, so contact the outreach program early. Don’t miss out on this opportunity. You also can contact the program by phone, and the number is on the company's website at Summit Eating Disorders and Outreach Program (SEDOP).
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