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Explore the depths of mental health, emotional wellness, mindset, and personal development with 'The Therapy Show with Lisa Mustard.' Hosted by Lisa, an experienced marriage and family therapist, this podcast is a treasure trove of insights for both mental health professionals and individuals seeking personal growth. Delve into a wide array of topics, from understanding attachment styles and mastering therapeutic techniques to fostering personal growth and building emotional resilience.

This podcast is an invaluable resource for therapists seeking to broaden their perspectives and individuals on a quest for improved mental health and well-being. Engage in enriching conversations, listen to expert interviews, and gain actionable advice. Lisa seamlessly connects professional practice with personal healing, offering a deep dive into the complexities of the mind and heart.

Throughout the podcast, we tackle crucial questions such as:

  • How can different attachment styles impact relationships?
  • What are the most effective therapeutic techniques today?
  • How can individuals foster personal growth and emotional resilience?
  • What strategies can therapists use to enhance their practice?
  • How does mindset influence mental health and personal development?

Selected episodes also provide continuing education contact hours, helping you to elevate your professional skills and transform your client interactions.

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Sep 25, 2019

Today's episode is all about Binge Eating Disorder. Brandi Stalzer of the Eating Recovery Center gives us an overview of the guidelines, helps us understand treatment options and shares a variety of evidence based approaches to treating eating disorders.

Brandi Stalzer, LIMHP, LPC is the Clinical Manager for Eating Recovery Center, The Carolinas. Her role focuses on providing clinical direction to staff on cases and the milieu for partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient levels of care.  Prior to working at ERC, she has worked in the eating disorder field in Omaha, NE in a variety of aspects including direct care, therapy, and supervision. She carried on the mission of advocating for those struggling with eating disorders in her volunteer life by serving as the Website Chair for the Nebraska Eating Disorder Network, and she currently works with college-aged women on body image initiatives.

She is knowledgeable in a variety of evidenced based approaches including Enhanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy.

We cover 4 main learning objectives in this episode --

Listeners will be able to:

  1. Differentiate in the levels of care and the APA guidelines established for Eating Disorders.
  2. Summarize the criteria for Binge Eating Disorder.
  3. Identify evidence based treatment options for Eating Disorders.
  4. Identify how Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder falls into the level of care guidelines.

Brandi and I originally connected at the Low Country Mental Health Conference in Charleston, SC. Learn about the conference here

We hope you enjoy this episode!

I’m so excited to share that two episodes are now approved for continuing education contact hours!

Episode 2, An Overview of Eating Disorders and Treatment AND Episode 3, Using Meditation and Ayurvedic Life Coaching as Tools in Your practice.

Head over to my site and grab my latest offerings for continuing education contact hours.

And feel free to connect with me on social media or through my website to let me know what topics you would like me to cover. Thank you for listening.