Sexual Trauma and Eating Disorders: How to Avoid Making it Worse, Deal with Your Own Issues, and Juggle the Complexity
Mark your calendars for our Spring Lucky Lab Continuing Education Night!
We are excited to have our very own
**Emily Clark, MS, MSW
Please note we will be holding this Lucky Lab at the NW Quimby Lucky Lab location (as opposed to the SE Hawthorne location).
April 4, 2019 -> 6-8:30 pm
Networking 6-7 pm
Presentation 7-8 pm
with Q&A afterward
Lucky Lab Brew Pub (NW Quimby location)
1945 NW Quimby St.
Portland, OR 97209
- Define the current socio-political climate regarding sexual assault and its interactions with the development (and maintenance of) eating disorders
- Increase competence in responding to a disclosure of previous sexual assault
- Identify two reasons for addressing the trauma while at any level of care.
- Identify two skills helpful in attend to sexual trauma within the context of eating disorder treatment.
About the Presenter:
Emily Clark, MS, MSW is a private practice therapist working with clients at the intersection of sexual trauma and eating disorders. With
graduate degrees in both social work and neuroscience, Emily holds a keen interest in not only the emotional components but also the neuro-biological aspects of trauma and recovery. She is also the founder of The Body Sovereignty Project–a movement aimed at deepening the conversation about the non-linear process of healing from sexual assault and educating people about rape culture.
This is a free event and 1 CE will be provided. Please invite you co-workers and colleagues!