The Eating Disorders Institute Graduate Certificate program at Plymouth State University


October 29, 2017



The Eating Disorders Institute Graduate Certificate program at Plymouth State University offers a 15 credit program for graduate credit. The Eating Disorders Institute (EDI) is designed to provide professionals with research-based tools, techniques and strategies to use in medical treatment, mental health counseling, nutrition counseling or education and outreach work. This Graduate program is ideal for those interested in becoming a Certified Eating Disorders Specialist in behavioral health, nutrition, or nursing.

Plymouth State is the only approved site in the country to offer a 12-credit eating disorder core curriculum which satisfies the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals (IAEDP) requirement towards future certification. Plymouth State offers the only Masters in Education program in the country with a 15- credit focus on Eating Disorders. The experienced faculty are current practitioners in the field of eating disorders.

For more information about this program contact Mardie Burckes-Miller: margaret@plymouth.edu   




comments powered by Disqus
 

Recent Articles



October 29, 2017


The Eating Disorders Institute Graduate Certificate program at Plymouth State University

October 18, 2017


"Yoga For Diabetes: How to Manage your Health with Yoga and Ayurveda" By Rachel Zinman

October 06, 2017


The Affordable Insulin Project

September 28, 2017


Real Recovery Talk: How to Talk Yourself out of a Binge.

August 29, 2017


T1International



 

Home  |  Diabulimia  |  Recovery  |  Resources  |  Community  |  About Us
Copyright © We Are Diabetes, 2011 - 2017
The material on this website is for informational purposes only and is not intended to constitute or be a substitute for medical advice from a qualified medical or mental health professional. The individuals associated with We Are Diabetes are not medical or mental health professionals. We Are Diabetes does not endorse any specific treatment centers, physicians, healthcare providers, mental health professionals, tests, products, services, procedures, opinions, or other information that are mentioned on the web site.

Always consult your physician or other qualified healthcare or mental health provider for advice, diagnosis and treatment of any health-related matter, including relating to diabetes and/or eating disorders. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately.