Hart Foundation Inc.
Training and Consultations

Consultation Services and Partnerships with Other Organizations
 

  

Dr. Hart offers training to organizations on Eating and Anxiety Disorders. Dr. Hart provides specific training and education for professionals, parents and staff.  Consultation and training services range from 2 hours to day-long conferences.

Organizations include:
  • Middle and High Schools 
  • Conferences for professionals 
  • Colleges, Counseling and Health Centers, Residential Life Training, Athletic Departments 
  • Coaches and Athletic Directors
  • Substance Use Treatment Programs
  • Businesses and wellness programs
  • Medical Hospitals and Healthcare Clinics
  • Physician Groups
  • Parents and Parent Organizations
  • Community Organizations 
Dr. Hart has been working in partnership with Bowdoin College to provide intensive services for students in need of specialized treatment for eating and anxiety issues.
  • Bowdoin College, Maine, working in partnership since  2017 
  • Saint Paul's School, New Hampshire, working in partnership since 2019
Dr. Hart has been working in partnership with phase2parenting, an online website offering resources to parents with children serving as an advisor and writer. 
  • Phase2parenting.org    
  • https://www.phase2parenting.com/parenting-1/2018/4/11/how-to-help-your-teen-cope-with-their-anxiety 
Dr. Hart's most recent conferences, talks and presentations: 
  • Catchinghealth.org:   http://dianeatwood.com/know-about-eating-disorders/
  • "Eating Disorders: Getting comfortable assessment and treatment":  Psychology Specialists of Maine, Brunswick, ME,  March 2019
  • "Substance Use and Eating Disorders:  Bridging Two Treatment Worlds Together with Knowledge". Co-presented with Dr. Mary Anne Roy, PsyD of  Crossroads: This was a day long conference in Augusta, ME sponsored by Adcare. 
  • Maine Public Radio/Maine Calling on Eating Disorders:  https://www.mainepublic.org/term/kathleen-hart
  • phase2parenting.org:  
    • https://www.phase2parenting.com/parenting-1/2018/4/11/how-to-help-your-teen-cope-with-their-anxiety