CPE Listings for the following Performance Indicator:
8.3.7 Integrates new knowledge and skills into practice.
In this course Carolyn demonstrates through use of actual therapy sessions how to help clients challenge their eating disorder self and strengthen their healthy self. Listening to these sessions with two different scenarios with clients at two differen (…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.
How vs Why: Online Course Summary: Clinicians and clients can get trapped spending too much time on “Why” the client developed their eating disorder, rather than focusing directly on “How” to get better. In a lively and humorous way, Carolyn Costin sha (…there’s more…)
By popular demand Carolyn returns to offer part 2 of a course where she gives a presentation to colleagues that focuses on “How” to help clients get better rather than “Why” they got sick. In a lively and humorous way, Carolyn continues as she did in p (…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.
An easy to understand explanation of inflammation, its biochemistry, and how it facilitates chronic diseases. Nutrition therapy is at the center of inflammation control and reversal. Highly referenced. ** Note: Several options are available for this pr (…there’s more…)