Daniel Hauschild & Shannon Corlett

Putting the “I” Back in Team: How an Integrated Healthcare Team Enables You to Tackle Emotional Eating and Body Image Struggles

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Daniel Hauschild, Psy.D., HSPP, Director of Behavioral Wellness, Avance Care

Dr. Daniel Hauschild is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and certified at the independent practice level as a Health Services Provider Psychologist (HSPP). He completed his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) through the Illinois School of Professional Psychology in Chicago, which included a full-year internship at Sinai Hospital in Detroit. Dr. Hauschild has practiced for 30+ years in the mental health field, including 24 years as a psychologist. His interest in integrative care models and long-standing relationship with family practice medicine led him to join the innovative Avance Care team in 2016, as the director of their new Behavioral Wellness Program.

Shannon Corlett, MS, RDN, LDN, Licensed Dietician/Nutritionist, Advance Care

Shannon Corlett is a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist with the Commission on Dietetic Registration. She completed her coordinated Master of Science in Nutrition and her Dietetic Internship program at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) in Cleveland, Ohio. In addition to clinical instruction, she has also conducted research into the primary barriers to choosing a healthy lifestyle, risk factors for long-term morbidity and mortality, and the impact of diet and lifestyle intervention on long-term health and wellness. She currently serves on the North Carolina Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Board of Directors and on the national Academy of Nutrition and Dietetic’s Honors Committee. Her passion for patient-centered care and integrated nutrition services brought her to Avance Care in 2015 as a Clinical Dietitian/Nutritionist.

Working toward 360° of wellness is easier when you have 360° of support. Learn the skills, try the tools, and hear the research behind providing emotional eating intervention and body image counseling on an integrated team of primary care providers, psychologists, licensed social workers, and registered dietitians.

Learning Objectives:

  • Attendees will understand the relationship between over-evaluation of body shape, restrictive dieting, and emotional eating.
  • Attendees will develop critical thinking skills for interpreting social media messages and food advertising.
  • Attendees will assess the impact of weight stigma throughout our society and learn to identify weight inclusive environments.