Using a Nutritarian Diet Style & Mindfulness to Overcome Food Addictions and Emotional Eating
with Michael B. Mantz, MD, Board Certified Psychiatrist, Level II iREST practitioner
Dr. Michael Mantz will discuss using a mind-body approach toward the issues surrounding food addiction and emotional eating, explaining the basic structure of the Nutritarian diet style, and why it helps prevent overeating. He will then talk about the use of mindfulness interventions to help bring greater conscious awareness of maladaptive thought patterns, emotional avoidance, and maladaptive action patterns in order to help clients create a more healthy relationship towards food.
1. Understanding food addiction and emotional eating
2. Learning the basic guidelines of the Nutritarian Diet Style
3. The Use of Mindfulness in Food Addiction and Emotional Eating
Dr. Mantz graduated from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and completed his residency in Psychiatry at the University of California at Irvine. He is a board-certified psychiatrist, who has worked with and received training from 3 time New York Times best-selling author and nutritional expert, Dr. Joel Fuhrman. Michael is currently a faculty member of the Nutritional Education Institute, has a Master’s degree in Herbalism, and is a Level II Practitioner of iREST-- a westernized form of meditative yoga traditionally called Yoga Nidra.
Michael is currently in private practice in Santa Barbara, using an integrative and progressive approach towards mental wellness for his clients. http://www.mindbodyintegrationandhealing.com/
This program is brought to you in collaboration with Antioch University Santa Barbara & Santa Barbara CAMFT
Using the Language of the Law to ‘Salt & Pepper’ Your Treatment Records
David Jenson, JD, CAMFT Attorney
(6 CEU Hours)
Dave Jensen will review the four fundamentals of the psychotherapy profession. In addition, many clinicians struggle with the content of their treatment records. They wonder “Should I write a lot? Should I write a little? What really needs to be in my records?” In this six-hour course, CAMFT Staff Attorney, Dave Jensen, JD, will review fundamental aspects of recordkeeping.
Dave Jensen has been a Staff Attorney with CAMFT since April 2002. He was born in Flint, Michigan, but was raised in Tustin, California. Dave graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor’s Degree in History, and he received his law degree from the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, California. Dave passed the California bar examination in February 1999, and he did it on his first try! Before joining CAMFT, Dave worked for Foley & Lardner, a large national law firm, where he regularly established and advised nonprofit organizations. As an attorney with CAMFT, he consults with its members regarding their legal and ethical dilemmas, and he is a regular contributor to The Therapist magazine. Dave gives numerous law and ethics presentations to chapters, schools, and agencies, and his popular What Does the Law Expect of Me? series, which includes Parts I, II, III, and IV, have helped therapists to better understand their legal and ethical obligations.
*Registration on day of event begins at 8:00 am. Workshop starts promptly at 9:00 am.
**Upon completion of workshop, participants will earn 6 CE Credits.
***All registrants must pre-register in order to receive discounted rate. Registration will be $125.00 at-the-door for both members and non-members.
**** Lunch Break 12 pm - 1pm (on your own)