• Have you recently been diagnosed with celiac disease or a gluten sensitivity?

  • Would you like to learn more about healthy coping strategies that can improve your experience of celiac disease, starting at diagnosis?

  • Would you like to better understand the connection between celiac disease and mental health?

  • Are you interested in the role that your family can play in your condition?

  • Would you like more information on how a nutritionist or a GI psychologist can be a valuable member of your healthcare team?

In this FREE WEBINAR, Megan Riehl, PsyD, MA, discusses the importance of healthy coping strategies in the management of celiac disease and gluten sensitivities. She emphasizes the role mental health plays in physical health, and the need for patients to develop a strong support network including family, physicians, nutritionists, and mental health care professionals. After this webinar, you will feel empowered to better cope with your celiac disease.

In this informational webinar, you will:

  • Learn about celiac disease and other gluten sensitivities

  • Understand the connection between celiac disease and mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression

  • Hear advice on how to effectively cope with your celiac disease using a variety of resources, including family, physicians, nutritionists, and mental health care professionals

Meet Your Instructor


Megan E. Riehl, PsyD

Dr. Megan Riehl is a GI psychologist and Assistant Professor of Medicine who specializes in psychogastroenterology and anxiety related-disorders. She is the Clinical Director of the GI Behavioral Health Program at the University of Michigan. At Michigan Medicine, Dr. Riehl has a robust clinical practice, conducts research in the area of psychogastroenterology and offers a state of the art GI psychology training program in the form of a formal post-doctoral fellowship or brief trainings for mental health providers.

She is the Director of Behavioral Health Services and Support for Gastro Girl, INC and GI OnDemand. Dr. Riehl is the co-chair for the ROME Foundation Psychogastroenterology Education and Training committee and participates on two national committees pertaining to the psychosocial aspects of IBD with the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation.