FEATURED RECORDED WEBINARS

Radical Rest: Dismantling Productivity and Reclaiming Self Care

Presented by Abbey Carter Logan, LPCC-S and Kurstie Bevelhymer-Rangel, LSW
3 CEs

Research has shown that rest and self-care are essential for our wellbeing. Many of us know this and have a difficult time showing up in our lives for ourselves as we continue to show up for our clients. Join us as we guide you through dismantling white supremist and capitalistic societal ideologies of productivity and self-care, to help you reframe what these core practices can look like in your everyday life and clinical work. This training will aim to acknowledge how current events are impacting our daily lives as well as guide you through practical ways to manage distressing results such as collective trauma, pandemic and compassion fatigue.

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Intuitive Eating and Anti-Fat Bias in the LGBTQ+ Community: The History of Anti-Fat Bias

Presented by Reyna Lusson, LSW and Miriam Mogilevsky, LISW-S
1.5 CEs- Meets Ethics Requirements 

Participants will learn the history and origins of anti-fat bias in the context of racism and ableism. This session will bust some common diet culture myths, and break down the white supremacist history of the BMI.

The content of this training draws significantly on the work of fat activists and scholars; participants will be provided with a comprehensive list of resources from individuals with lived experience, and are strongly encouraged to continue learning from this material. Miri and Reyna strongly believe that fat people deserve paid opportunities to speak about their own experiences of fatphobia and perspectives on how to resist it; this training is not that, and should not be considered a substitute for learning directly from fat individuals about their experiences.

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Intuitive Eating and Anti-Fat Bias in the LGBTQ+ Community: Anti-Fat Bias in Medical and Therapeutic Settings

Presented by Reyna Lusson, LSW and Miriam Mogilevsky, LISW-S
2 CEs- Meets Ethics Requirements 

Participants will learn how anti-fat bias shows up in the present day and creates disparities in healthcare. This session will discuss how weight stigma affects patients and staff in healthcare settings. There will be discussion on how microaggressions such as fatphobic documentation and BMI limits for gender affirming surgery can lead to health disparities and avoidance of medical care.

 

The content of this training draws significantly on the work of fat activists and scholars; participants will be provided with a comprehensive list of resources from individuals with lived experience, and are strongly encouraged to continue learning from this material. Miri and Reyna strongly believe that fat people deserve paid opportunities to speak about their own experiences of fatphobia and perspectives on how to resist it; this training is not that, and should not be considered a substitute for learning directly from fat individuals about their experiences.

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Intuitive Eating and Anti-Fat Bias in the LGBTQ+ Community: Intuitive Eating 101

Presented by Reyna Lusson, LSW and Miriam Mogilevsky, LISW-S
2 CEs- Meets Ethics Requirements 

This webinar will focus on intuitive eating as a way to resist diet culture and anti-fat bias. This is not a comprehensive training on intuitive eating, but will introduce the core principles, as well as some other strategies that providers can use to disrupt anti-fat bias in medical and therapeutic settings. 

 

The content of this training draws significantly on the work of fat activists and scholars; participants will be provided with a comprehensive list of resources from individuals with lived experience, and are strongly encouraged to continue learning from this material. Miri and Reyna strongly believe that fat people deserve paid opportunities to speak about their own experiences of fatphobia and perspectives on how to resist it; this training is not that, and should not be considered a substitute for learning directly from fat individuals about their experiences.

Click here to take the training.