Ellyn Satter has devoted her long career to uplifting the mealtime experience. She teaches parents how to transform family meals into joyful, healthful, struggle-free events, free from drama and conflict. She teaches individuals with weight issues how to release themselves from the grip of guilt and shame in their relationship with food. She has developed simple yet profound models for feeding your family and feeding yourself, validated them through research, and passed along her approaches to healthcare professionals and educators around the world. Ellyn Satter’s transformative work changes lives.
Every year the Ellyn Satter Institute helps tens of thousands of parents, grandparents, children, teens, adults, and health professionals re-imagine and reshape anxiety-infused relationships with food into joyful journeys of healthful well-being. We teach the evidence-based Satter Feeding Dynamics Model and Satter Eating Competence Model, and we support individuals, parents, and professionals in the models’ implementation through education, consulting, mentoring, and publishing.
Our mission is to transform lives by furthering Ellyn Satter’s models for positive and joyful eating and feeding.
CPE listings by Ellyn Satter Institute
Child of Mine, Feeding with Love and Good Sense Self-Study
Satter’s Division of Responsibility in Feeding (sDOR) seems simple. However, to use it in an ethical fashion, you have to understand it thoroughly. This test offers an absorbing and entertaining way for you to test your understanding of sDOR in particu (…there’s more…)
Children and Food Acceptance – The Research
Consider your perspective on children’s picky eating? Does today’s research call Satter’s Division of Responsibility in Feeding into question? Ellyn Satter sorts it all out, in this practical, evidence-packed webinar!
Children and Food Regulation: The Research
How do we know what we know about children, food regulation, and growth? Does today’s research call Satter’s Division of Responsibility in Feeding into question? Ellyn Satter sorts it all out in the practical, evidence-packed webinar!
Resolving the Weight Dilemma
The weight dilemma is that at the same time as we are being told by health policy makers – that any degree of overweight is medically dangerous, there is no way to lose weight and keep it off. This webinar addresses health policy at the same time as i (…there’s more…)
The Satter Eating Competence Model in Context
How do your patients and students feel about eating? Do they enjoy it? Do they feel it is all right to enjoy eating? Or is there something decadent about eating in general and enjoying it in particular? What about you? Are you feeling caught in the die (…there’s more…)