Supervision

The senior members of CNC are committed to excellence in the treatment of eating disorders. We believe that we all become better clinicians by continually learning and growing in our craft. Not only are we all routine users of supervision, we also provide supervision to other clinicians. While case consultation and regular supervision are common in mental health practices, it is less common (but just as important) for dietitians working in the mental health field and counseling individuals with eating disorders. Our desire is to educate, mentor, and encourage growth of all practitioners in the field of eating disorders.

Lisa Pearl, MS, RD, LDN, CEDRD, CEDS provides individual and group supervision for dietitians and psychotherapists. For clinicians outside of the Boston area, both individual and group “skypervision” services are available.

The CEDS credential is the Approved Supervisor designation from the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals (iaedp) Foundation. This credential is also recognized by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Professionals pursuing certification as CEDRD, CEDCAT, CEDRN, and CEDS are required to be supervised by a qualified professional from the iadep certification committee

Jodi R. Galin, Ph.D. provides individual supervision for psychotherapists and dietitians. She works with new and experienced clinicians who want to learn the specialty of treating patients with eating disorders in an outpatient setting. The focus of the supervision includes understanding the mental processing and behaviors of people struggling with eating disorders, developing skills patients need for recovery, using your treatment team, choosing the right level of care, and building a relational connection between the therapist and patient. Jodi provides on-going supervision as well as case consultations for the treatment of patients who seemed to have stalled short of full recovery or are in crisis.

Natalie Gornstein, LICSW provides individual supervision for psychotherapists and dietitians. She also provides supervision for newly licensed (LCSW) social workers who are working towards independent licensure (LICSW). Additionally she provides case consultations to clinicians, treatment teams and families. These services can be provided in-person or via teleconferencing (Skype).