In addition to providing consultation for those considering therapy, I also provide consultation and supervision for healthcare providers, trainees, students and prospective mental health care workers.
Dr. Luckman’s training program “Food for Thought: Increasing Your Awareness of Eating Disorders” teaches health care providers how to work with patients that have eating disorders. Do you or your staff want to learn more about assessing and treating eating disorders? Reach out to Dr. Luckman and find out how she can tailor her program for your team.
Are you in graduate school and having difficulty accomplishing one of the milestones such as applying to internship? Dr. Luckman can help you with your CV, cover letters, interview preparation and more. Dr. Luckman is here to help you cross that finish line!
The pandemic has affected the mental health of many. Dr. Luckman provides wellness workshops at corporations to help employees learn steps to manage their stress and decrease burn out. Reach out to Dr. Luckman and find out how she can tailor her program for your company.
Prospective Grad Students
Are you considering becoming a mental health care worker but need support navigating the different types of programs and applying to graduate school? Dr. Luckman provides consulting services to help you with each steps of the process including finding the right program, completing the application and preparing for interviews. Reach out to Dr. Luckman and find out how she can help you achieve your goals!
Healthcare Worker Support
Are you a health care worker and having difficulty with selfcare, burnout or vicarious trauma? Dr. Luckman can support you and your team heal through her Healthcare Worker Support workshops. Reach out to Dr. Luckman and find out how she can tailor her program to support your staff.
Eating Disorder Training
Increasing Your Awareness of Eating Disorders
Eating disorders do not discriminate. They affect all shapes, sizes, ages, ethnicities, genders, sexual orientations, and socioeconomic statuses.
Nevertheless, many groups have been left out of the conversation and have received limited eating disorder treatment.
It is necessary for healthcare providers to not only increase their knowledge of how to assess and treat eating disorders, but also to ensure that treatment is inclusive for all persons.
If you are interested in receiving case consultation or training for you and/or your staff, then please reach out here.
Food for Thought:
I received specialized training in working with individuals who struggle with eating disorders at New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center and New York University Counseling and Wellness Services. I have provided assessments/evaluations; individual, family and group therapy; multidisciplinary team consultation; and meal exposures for adolescents and adults at inpatient, partial hospitalization, and outpatient levels of care. I have experience providing case consultation to providers and presenting my seminar "Food for Thought: Increasing Your Awareness of Eating Disorders" for trainees and providers.