JD Ouellette: Experts by Experience Peer Mentoring in the Eating Disorder Field
This week, Tabitha talks to peer mentor JD Ouellette about experts by experience and peer mentoring in the eating disorder field.
JD Ouellette is a peer coach with a specialty in "Full Metal Apron" Eating Disorders Parent coaching. She is the mother of a young adult in full recovery and living a relapse-prevention lifestyle. JD works globally with families who have a loved one of any age impacted by an eating disorder on education, system navigation, boundaries to support full recovery, and interventions. Having experienced cutting edge treatment at the UC San Diego Eating Disorders Center for Treatment and Research, she understands that families who receive comprehensive psychoeducation and specific skills training can make all the difference in the outcome.
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