Importance of Interdisciplinary Team for Eating Disorders – Free CEU Event

Join us for a free CEU event on the importance of interdisciplinary team treatment.

There is still time to join us at Sanford West Behavioral Health Campus for a free CEU training course for professionals. Sanford West is 12 minutes from downtown Grand Rapids in Marne, Michigan. We’d love to have you visit our campus in person, but the training is also available online. Click the invitation below to register. We are proud to partner with My Michigan Health, Dietitians of West Michigan, and Michigan Eating Disorder Alliance for this event. Combining our talents and resources strengthens us all and underscores the event’s theme: The Importance of Interdisciplinary Team Treatment.


Eating Disorders: The Importance of Interdisciplinary Team Treatment

(Click the Invitation to Register)


For questions or information, contact Courtney Quick,

Sanford West Behavioral Health Campus

15146 16th Avenue

Marne, Michigan 49436


A treatment case will be presented, with theoretical perspectives and suggested interventions from each presenter.

Gail Hall, LMSW, CEDS-S, Executive Director Sanford CTED, Founder MiEDA

Emily Welles, MS, RD, Professor GVSU, Founder of Emily Welles Nutrition LLC

Kelly Boprie, LMSW, CEDS, Therapist, Grand Rapids Therapy Group

Amy Boshoven, MSN, CEDS, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Senior Director of Nursing Sanford CTED




Sanford Behavioral Health is licensed and accredited as an addiction, eating disorder, and co-occurring mental health treatment facility, serving all of Michigan and beyond. Each of Sanford’s facilities in Greater Grand Rapids is carefully and diligently crafted to create a welcoming and comforting environment. Sanford is led by a psychiatrist-led team of medical, clinical, and support personnel providing medication-assisted, evidenced-based treatment to residential, outpatient, and telehealth patients. For more information, visit