The Renfrew Center Eating Disorder Treatment Facility

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Since 1985, The Renfrew Centers have been providing clinical excellence within a nurturing environment  empowering adolescent girls and women to change their lives.

Professional Webinar: Smoothing Out the Bumps: Transitioning Clients from Higher Levels of Care

December 6, 2017, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Smoothing Out the Bumps:
Transitioning Clients from Higher Levels of Care

Presented by: Jancey Wickstrom, AM, LCSW

Wednesday, December 6, 2017
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EST

As clients readjust to everyday life in early recovery, the transition back into outpatient care following inpatient, residential, PHP, or IOP can be difficult for even the most experienced clinicians to navigate.

This webinar will draw on Ms. Wickstrom’s vast experience of successfully transitioning clients from these higher levels of care back to their outpatient providers. Real life case examples will be used to demonstrate effective practices of continuing foundational recovery work established while moving clients back into your practice and your clinical approach. Ms. Wickstrom will provide strategies pulled from DBT, ACT and The Renfrew Center Unified Treatment Model for Eating Disorders®.


About the Presenter:

Jancey Wickstrom, AM, LCSW, is the Clinical Training Specialist for The Renfrew Centers. She graduated from Grinnell College in Iowa and The University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration. Ms. Wickstrom is passionate about ensuring evidence-based practice is made available to those who need it. She is intensively trained in contextual therapeutic approaches including Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and The Renfrew Center Unified Treatment Model for Eating Disorders®. She contributed the chapter titled ‘Healing Self-Inflicted Violence in Adolescents with Eating Disorders’ in the textbook Treatment of Eating Disorders: Bridging the Research-Practice Gap. Ms. Wickstrom is an adjunct lecturer at The University of Chicago's School of Social Service Administration and has worked in residential, outpatient and inpatient treatment settings.