Clinical Excellence is Built on Continued Education

Throughout our Psychiatric, Eating Disorder, and Outpatient Networks, we’re proud to have a team of dedicated clinicians who are passionate about teaching, empowering, and supporting others through ongoing education as part of Odyssey’s mission to care for more individuals in our communities with a mental health, eating disorder, or substance use disorder. We invite you to learn more about the topics below by joining an upcoming webinar or by viewing one of our previous presentations. Happy learning!

Previous CEUs and Webinars

CEU: Addressing Body Image Concerns During Eating Disorder Treatment

Odyssey Eating Disorder Network: Aster Springs
09/15/2023 11:00 am
The development of body image is multifactorial. With the ever-changing realities of our technology and culture, it’s important for clinicians to stay on the cutting edge of research when it comes to effective treatments for improving body image. During this presentation, participants will learn about recent research on what contributes to body image dissatisfaction. Participants […]

Treating ARFID: Treatment Strategies for Eating Disorder Clinicians with Kate Fisch, LCSW

Odyssey Eating Disorder Network 05/09/2023 11:00 am
Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder, also known as ARFID, is a relatively new diagnosis; it was only added to the DSMV in 2013, and little is known about its true prevalence rate or effective treatment options. Yet, as clinicians in the field we are seeing more and more clients present to treatment, at all levels of […]

TBI and Impulse Control – psychological testing, diagnosis, and treatment

Odyssey Psychiatric Network: Lifeskills South Florida

Step up / Step Down: Navigating Levels of Care in Mental Health Treatment

Odyssey Outpatient Network: Pasadena Villa Outpatient Triad
05/18/2023 12:00 pm
This seminar will provide mental health professionals the tools to determine when a referral is needed for a higher level of care based on current symptoms and presentation. Participants will learn the distinction between intensive outpatient, partial hospitalization, acute inpatient hospitalization, and residential treatment programs and be able to better navigate the system when making […]

CEU: When the Body is the Crime Scene: Understanding the function of disordered eating following sexual trauma

Odyssey Eating Disorder Network 05/30/2023 8:30 am
During this training, the presenter will explore the purpose and functions of disordered eating/eating disorders following trauma that is sexual in nature. Discussion will include how these behaviors are helping the survivor (from their perspective) and are their very best attempts to manage the intolerable distress post-event(s). Attendees will be invited to view disordered eating […]

CEU: Digestive Concerns and Eating Disorders; What Came First?

Odyssey Eating Disorder Network: Shoreline
01/27/2023 9:00 am
Eating disorders are complex medical and psychological conditions. It has been shown that 90-96% of patients with eating disorders have some digestive complaints. In this webinar, we will discuss these complaints and how to treat them. This webinar will be a Clinician Guide on how to manage common digestive complaints from eating disorder patients. Participants […]

CEU: Social Learning Concepts in a Residential Treatment Setting

Odyssey Psychiatric Network: Pasadena Villa - The Villa Orlando
03/31/2023 12:00 pm
This workshop is designed to educate participants on Social Learning Concepts in a therapeutic residential setting through social integration perspectives and practices. This workshop will look at the importance of social behaviors in the overall wellness of individuals with severe and persistent mental illness.

CEU: Stabilizing At-Risk Behaviors

Odyssey Outpatient Network: Clearview Outpatient - Woodland Hills
05/11/2023 11:30 am
This course will review clinical interventions aimed to reduce at-risk behaviors and provide psycho education on the various functional impairments, safety planning and levels of care. Special attention will be paid to DBT interventions, and we will also discuss in depth assessing clients for referral to higher care and the various types of higher care.