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Continuing Education

[Online] Introduction to Eating Disorders

Date: 9:30am - 5:00pm PST November 21 Location: Online


This online course explores the history, etiology, prevalence, possible causes, early recognition, treatment, and prevention of anorexia nervosa, binge eating disorder, and related disordered eating behaviors.

Information will be presented from a multidimensional approach, reviewing the biological, sociocultural, psychological, behavioral, nutritional, and medical modalities of treatment. 

Topics will also include treatment options, community resources, and insurance coverage of eating disorders. This course is part of our Eating Disorder Certificate Program.

About the Instructor
Anne Cuthbert is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Oregon and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Washington. She holds a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Antioch University, Santa Barbara, CA. Anne specializes in working with those with eating disorders and negative body image.

Anne’s counseling experience spans over 20 years and has included studying and working with experts in the eating disorder field, teaching counseling and communication skills classes, and assisting and managing several personal growth seminars and support groups. In addition to being an eating disorder specialist, Anne has provided counseling to people with a variety of relationship issues and early traumas, including adults who were abused as children.

Course Details & Registration

Dates: Saturdays, November 21 and December 5, 2020, 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Instructor: Anne Cuthbert, MA, LPC

Graduate Continuing Education credit (current students and certificate candidates): CECP 833-02, 1 semester hour, $350. Please contact for more information

Graduate Continuing Education Credit (single class): If you are wishing to take this course without being formally accepted into the certificate program, but still wish to earn credit, click here.

Degree Applicable credit (current students and certificate candidates): This course can be taken for 1 semester hour of Degree Applicable Credit. Please contact your advisor for more information.

  • Non-Lewis & Clark students seeking degree-applicable credit, please contact the CCE for more information.


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