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Dana Satir, Ph.D.

Dana Satir, PhD, was awarded her doctorate in psychology from Boston University in 2012. She completed her clinical internship at the Cambridge Health Alliance/Harvard Medical School in adult community psychiatry, and went on to receive advanced training in family based treatment for eating disorders (Maudsley) during her postdoctoral fellowship at Children's Hospital Colorado. Over the past decade Dr. Satir has been practicing psychotherapy and offering clinical supervision in a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings, specializing in complex populations including patients with eating and personality disorders. She has received grant funding for her research in anorexia nervosa, and published and presented her work on the therapeutic alliance and clinician reactions to patients with eating disorders. She is currently in private practice in Denver and Boulder, CO, with an appointment as an Adjunct Instructor at the University of Denver where she teaches graduate courses on eating disorder treatment and psychodynamic psychotherapy.

Contact Dr. Satir directly at dana.satir@gmail.com if you would like to consult with her.


Webinars and Home Study for Dana Satir, Ph.D.

 
Working with Patients with Eating Disorders: Effective Assessment and Treatment Engagement (3 CEs)
Presenter: Dana Satir, Ph.D.
$59.00
6/13/2021 3:00 PM - 6:15 PM EST

“Dr. Satir was excellent. She kept my interest and is obviously very knowledgeable and experienced. I learned a lot about how to deal with eating disorders.”-Richard H., Psychologist, Colorado

This training will offer the opportunity to learn about the diagnosis, assessment, theory, and treatment of eating, weight and shape disorders. While working with clients with eating disorders (EDs) can present unique challenges, we will explore the perception/stigma that these clients are notoriously difficult to treat. We will focus on the importance of integrative treatments, and the role of behavioral, symptom focused techniques in addition to psychodynamic approaches that explore underlying characterological and developmental issues. This training will also consider potential challenges clinicians may face when working with clients with eating disorders and how to cope with feelings that may arise when working with this population.

Seminar ID: 6342

Working with Patients with Eating Disorders: Effective Assessment and Treatment Engagement (3 CEs)
Presenter: Dana Satir, Ph.D.
$59.00
8/22/2021 12:00 PM - 3:15 PM EST

“Dr. Satir was excellent. She kept my interest and is obviously very knowledgeable and experienced. I learned a lot about how to deal with eating disorders.”-Richard H., Psychologist, Colorado

This training will offer the opportunity to learn about the diagnosis, assessment, theory, and treatment of eating, weight and shape disorders. While working with clients with eating disorders (EDs) can present unique challenges, we will explore the perception/stigma that these clients are notoriously difficult to treat. We will focus on the importance of integrative treatments, and the role of behavioral, symptom focused techniques in addition to psychodynamic approaches that explore underlying characterological and developmental issues. This training will also consider potential challenges clinicians may face when working with clients with eating disorders and how to cope with feelings that may arise when working with this population.

Seminar ID: 6336

“Dr. Satir was excellent. She kept my interest and is obviously very knowledgeable and experienced. I learned a lot about how to deal with eating disorders.”-Richard H., Psychologist, Colorado

This training will offer the opportunity to learn about the diagnosis, assessment, theory, and treatment of eating, weight and shape disorders. While working with clients with eating disorders (EDs) can present unique challenges, we will explore the perception/stigma that these clients are notoriously difficult to treat. We will focus on the importance of integrative treatments, and the role of behavioral, symptom focused techniques in addition to psychodynamic approaches that explore underlying characterological and developmental issues. This training will also consider potential challenges clinicians may face when working with clients with eating disorders and how to cope with feelings that may arise when working with this population.

Seminar ID: 4223

 

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