Invited Training & Workshops 

Mac Neil, B. A. (2017, May).An introduction to cognitive remediation therapy (CRT) for adult eating disorders. Clinical workshop

         presented to clinicians with the Central West Eating Disorder Program. Milton, ON. 

 

Mac Neil, B. A. (2016, Dec.). Cognitive remediation therapy. Clinical presentation presented to clinicians at the Ontario Community

          Outreach Program for Eating Disorders Annual Provincial Network meeting, Toronto, ON.

 

Mac Neil, B. A. (2015, Jan.). An introduction to evidenced based treatment for adult eating disorders and services offered through the

          Adult Eating Disorders Clinic of Hotel Dieu Hospital. Clinical workshop presented to staff at Health Counseling and Disability

          Services, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON. 

 

Mac Neil, B. A. (2015, Sept.). An introduction toAcceptance and Commitment Therapy: A skills based overview of the six core

          components and application in clinical settings. Clinical workshop presented to the staff at the Student Wellness Center of

          Queen’s University, Kingston, ON. 
 

Mac Neil, B. A., & Raney, T. J. (2013, Mar.). Meal support on the Eating Disorders Inpatient Unit (EDU). Continuing education

          workshop presented to staff at the Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders, Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, UNC

          at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC. 

 

Raney, T. J., & Mac Neil, B. A. (2012, Nov.). An overview of group therapy on the Eating Disorders Inpatient Unit: Cognitive

          restructuring skill building. Continuing education workshop presented to staff at the Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders,

          Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, UNC at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC. 

 

Mac Neil, B. A. (2012, Aug.). Inpatient and day treatment group therapy program training. Clinical workshop presented to staff with

          the Pediatric Eating Disorders Program, McMaster Children’s Hospital, Hamilton, ON.

 

Mac Neil, B. A. (2012, Feb.). Inpatient and day treatment group therapy program development. Clinical workshop presented to Nursing

          Staff with the Pediatric Eating Disorders Program, McMaster Children’s Hospital, Hamilton, ON.

 

Invited Presentations 

Mac Neil, B. A. (2018, Nov.). Counseling and psychological services for high school students transitioning to college and university.

          Invited panel presentation for resource teachers and grade 12 students at Woodson High School, Fairfax, Virginia, USA. 

 

Mac Neil, B. A. (2018, June). The role of clinical psychology in outpatient eating disorders: Review of current research projects. Invited

          presentation for research assistants in the Department of Psychiatry, Queen’s University and Providence Continuing Care (PCC),  

          Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program, PCC, Kingston, ON. 

 

Mac Neil, B. A. (2017, Nov.). An overview of the Adult Eating Disorders Program and Male Assessment and Treatment Track (MATT) of

          Kingston Health Sciences Centre. Clinical presentation to clinicians at Health Counseling and Disability Services (HCDS), Queen’s

          University, Kingston, ON.

 

Mac Neil, B. A. (2016, Dec.). Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT): A primer. Psychology lunch and learn presented to graduate

          students in clinical psychology, Department of Psychology, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON.

 

Mac Neil, B. A.(2016, Nov.). Living with anxiety: Signs, symptoms, and seeking help. Public presentation for Got Your Back campaign

          to promote mental health awareness. Queen’s University, Kingston, ON.   

 

Mac Neil, B. A.(2016, Feb.). Raising awareness about adult eating disorders: Dispelling the myths about eating disorders, treatment,

          and recovery. Public talk presented for Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2016, Queen’s University through Authentically U,

          Kingston, ON. 

 

Mac Neil, B. A.(2016, Feb.). Eating disorders are as diverse as the people they affect: Dispelling myths about eating disorder and

          evidence-based treatment. Public presentation for Psychology Month lunch and learn Speaker Series, Hotel Dieu Hospital,

          Kingston, ON. 

 

Mac Neil, B. A.(2016, Feb.). Program stats and the new male treatment track. Hospital-wide presentation for Eating Disorders

          Awareness Week 2016, Adult Eating Disorders Program, Hotel Dieu Hospital, Kingston, ON. 

 

Mac Neil, B. A.(2016, Feb.).Adult eating disorders: Improving community and public awareness. Public talk presented forEating

          Disorders Awareness Week (EDAW) 2016, Adult Eating Disorders Program, Hotel Dieu Hospital, Kingston, ON.

 

Mac Neil, B. A. (2015, Feb.). Men and eating disorders.Hospital-wide presentation for Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2015 at the

          Adult Eating Disorders Clinic of Hotel Dieu Hospital, Kingston, ON. 

 

Mac Neil, B. A.(2018, June).  Road to a career in clinical psychology. Invited presentation for research assistants in the Department of

          Psychiatry, Queen’s University and Providence Continuing Care (PCC), Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program, PCC, Kingston,

          ON. 

 

Mac Neil, B. A.(2015, Dec.). Evidence-based treatments for PTSD: An introduction to prolonged exposure therapy (PE). Psychology

          rounds lunch and learn presented to graduate students in Clinical Psychology, Department of Psychology, Queen’s University,

          Kingston, ON. 

 

Mac Neil, B. A. (2014, Feb.). Adult Eating Disorders: Raising awareness and community engagement. Public keynote address for the

          Queen’s University Mental Health Awareness Committee (Mhac) 2014 Speaker Series on Mental Health, Kingston, ON. 

 

Leduc, S., & Mac Neil, B. A. (2014, Oct.). A brief introduction to nutrition and therapeutic interventions for body dissatisfaction for

          adults struggling with eating disorders. Public presentation for Fat Talk Free Week Conference, Department of Nursing, St.

          Lawrence College, Brockville, ON.

 

Mac Neil, B. A. (2013, Sept.). Compassion fatigue in the treatment of eating disorders. Presentation for the Center of Excellence for

          Eating Disorders Family Night, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC. 

 

Mac Neil, B. A. (2013, Nov.). Practicum training opportunities at Hotel Dieu Hospital in General Outpatient Psychiatry and Adult

          Eating Disorders. Psychology roundslunch and learn for graduate students in Clinical Psychology in the Department of

          Psychology, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON.

 

Mac Neil, B. A., & Taico, C. (2013, Jan.). Family based therapy approaches to the treatment of eating disorders. Psychiatry resident

          rounds, Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC. 

 

Mac Neil, B. A.(2011, Oct.). Interdisciplinary team function: Role of a psychologist. Predoctoral internship rounds presentation to

          Psychology Residents with the CPA Accredited Child and Family Clinical Psychology Internship, McMaster Children’s Hospital,

          Hamilton, ON.

 

Mac Neil, B. A.(2010, Oct.). Adjunct treatments for adolescents in phase 3 of family based therapy (FBT). Clinical workshop for mental

          health staff with the Grey Bruce County and Oakville Trafalgar Eating Disorders Program, Hamilton, ON.

 

Mac Neil, B. A. (2010, June). Diagnostic assessment of eating disorders in children and adolescents. Clinical workshop for staff with the

          Child and Youth Mental Health Program, McMaster Children’s Hospital, Hamilton, ON.

 

Mac Neil, B. A. (2010, Oct.). Interdisciplinary team function. Predoctoral internship rounds presentation to Psychology Residents with

          the CPA Accredited Child and Family Clinical Psychology Internship, McMaster Children’s Hospital, Hamilton, ON.