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CME/CE PRESENTATION

Moving Towards Balance: Fitness and Eating Disorder Recovery
PRESENTER: Hannah Frazee, BS, ACSM-EP-C, Exercise Physiologist

DETAILS: An unbalanced relationship with movement is a common characteristic among clients
struggling with an eating disorder; research cites that compulsive movement is often one of the first
symptoms of an eating disorder. This presentation will offer insight into identifying characteristics of an unbalanced relationship with movement and interventions clinicians can use to help clients move
toward a more balanced relationship with movement. Case studies from the presenter’s in-vivo work as an eating disorder informed exercise physiologist will be included to put the information shared into context.
OBJECTIVES:
1. Identify characteristics of an unbalanced relationship with movement.
2. Describe the vital role of an eating disorder-informed exercise professional within a multi-disciplinary treatment team.
3. Prepare practical skills they can use to help clients create a more balanced relationship with
movement.

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MEET THE SPEAKER

Hannah Frazee, BS, ACSM-EP-C, Exercise Physiologist, McCallum Place Eating Disorder Treatment
Hannah graduated from the University of Iowa in May 2021 with a Bachelor’s degree in Health and Human Physiology-Exercise Science. She is a registered exercise physiologist through ACSM and has completed the Safe Exercise at Every Stage (SEES) webinars. Hannah’s value for social justice, especially Health at Every Size ®, and fat-positive eating disorder care is integrated into her work. As a straightsize, white, cis-gender woman, she recognizes the immense unearned privileges her body holds. She continues to critically consider how to facilitate programming involving sport/movement that is affirming to patients of diverse identities. She strives to provide athletes an opportunity to explore their relationship with sport/movement from a place of non-judgment and curiosity.