Eating Disorders: An Integrative Approach to Treatment - Hosted by Argosy University, Hawaii

Eating Disorders: An Integrative Approach to Treatment
A Seminar presented by the Anorexia and Bulimia Center of Hawaii in cooperation with Argosy University, Hawaii
Friday, July 21 at Argosy University 1001 Bishop Street, Honolulu

This one-day presentation will provide psychologists, counselors, social workers, dietitians, physicians, students, and other interested professionals the opportunity to learn about the serious, epidemic problem of eating disorders and a philosophy of integrative care evolved over thirty years of clinical experience.

Our lead presenter, Dr. Anita Johnston, clinical psychologist, is one of the nation’s foremost experts in the eating disorders field, a best-selling author, and in-demand trainer and workshop leader. Dr. Sarah Canyon is a family practice physician in private practice. Jen Draper, RD is the only dietitian in Hawaii certified as an eating disorders specialist by the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals. Dr. Steve Orenstein, clinical psychologist, has a long history in Hawaii in program development, most notably the ‘Ai Pono eating disorders treatment programs.

Among the topics explored in this seminar will be:

  • Cracking the Hunger Code to understand eating disorders
  • Levels of care and diagnostic criteria
  • Medical complications and the role of the physician in treatment
  • The role of the dietitian/nutritionist on the eating disorders team
  • The therapeutic model of care

The fee for this one-day seminar is just $25 and will be waived for students. Continuing Education credits (6) will be available for psychologists and dietitians. CE credits for marriage and family therapists are pending. Local associations may charge a fee for CE certifications.*

Coffee and tea service will be provided and there will be a lunch break at 11:45am. Registration will begin at 8:15am on Friday, July 21. For further information, please contact Dr. Steve Orenstein via email at:

*The Hawaii Psychological Association is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. HPA maintains responsibility for this program and its content.