CPE Listings for the following Learning Needs Code:
6000 Education, Training, and Counseling
EDRD PRO stands for Eating Disorder Registered Dietitians and Professionals. If you missed the launch of the 2019 EDRDpro Online Symposium, you can still register for access to all recordings, videos, and materials. With a keynote webinar by award winn (…there’s more…)
Fees: $349 – $399
Brand new! Focus on wellness and healthy habits with your diabetes clients while building strong counseling skills. This truly unique book belongs in every RD’s and CDE’s counseling library. Megrette’s creative genius shines through in every aspect of (…there’s more…)
Carolyn Costin and Gwen Grabb discuss creative ways to use assignments and material from the workbook edition of their 8 KEYS TO RECOVERY FROM AN EATING DISORDER to strengthen each client’s healthy self, dealing with resistance, handling food issues and much more. Registered dietitians may earn 6 CEUs.
$695 includes complete lifestyle change curriculum Updated to include: Less emphasis on calories, more emphasis on mindfulness and lifestyle change. More than just ‘calories in/calories out.’ Addresses other factors such as hormones, stress, sleep, et (…there’s more…)
The workshop providing 10 CPEUs for dietitians will combine science with real-world experience, including case studies and the personal wisdom of the two highly respected leaders, sports dietitian Nancy Clark MS RD CSSD, and exercise physiologist and researcher John Ivy PhD.
This online university providing 20 CPEUs for dietitians consists of 7 easy to use modules with action steps to guide the beginner or existing “nutripreneur” to create a private practice capable of earning a six figure plus income. From learning who your ideal client is, creating packages and services to knowing how to navigate around client objection, the nutrition entrepreneur will have created a proven system that will provide consistent results.
Fiona Willer is an expert Dietician practicing in the weight neutral realm. This is approaches using the HAES (Health At Every Size) principles and teaches clinicians how to practice in a weight neutral space compared to a weight centric space. This (…there’s more…)