WELCOME NUTRITIONISTS AND DIETITIANS

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Learn, connect, and continue to elevate your skills!

Working together, we’re transforming how dietitians and health professionals can access eating disorder information and training – building skills to change the course of recovery for clients around the world. As an EDRDpro member, you have the opportunity to train under the most respected and renowned experts in our field – all from the comfort of your own home, office, or anywhere with Wifi!

Whether you specialize in eating disorders or not, learning how to work from a non-diet and weight-inclusive approach equips you to support your clients’ health in effective, empowering, and sustainable ways. EDRDpro is all about collaboration and community to help our members grow in their careers as nutrition and eating disorder professionals – and your first month of membership is just $1!

EDRD Pro is working on action steps for creating a more diverse and inclusive community.

Benefits Included in EDRD Pro Membership:

  • MONTHLY WEBINARS

    We host guest experts each month to present live members-only webinars on a wide range of topics, all from a non-diet and Health at Every Size® approach. Dietitians earn 1 CEU for watching, and replays are always available in our webinar library! View upcoming webinars here.

  • FREE ACCESS TO LIBRARY OF ALL PREVIOUS WEBINARS

  • MONTHLY ROUND TABLE DISCUSSIONS

    These monthly video calls provide you the opportunity to ask about and discuss challenging cases with guest experts. Replays are always available in our webinar library!

  • WEEKLY EMAILS

    Our weekly Monday Round Up emails are filled with current articles, studies, and other resources to support your professional development and growth.

  • DISCOUNTS

    Members enjoy discount pricing on special programs and series

  • COMPLETE ACCESS

    Visit the EDRDpro Resources Library to browse through our favorite articles, studies, books, podcasts, and more!

  • ACCESS TO CLOSED FACEBOOK GROUP

    We look forward to welcoming you to our closed members-only Facebook group where you can connect with colleagues from around the world – some of the best discussions and support happens here every day!

  • GROW YOUR ONLINE PRESENCE

    Members are always welcome to submit posts for the EDRDpro blog. We love to share your work across all of our social media channels to help build your online presence and connect you with like-minded audiences!

What our Members Have To Say....

UPCOMING WEBINARS

September Round Table with Meghan Watson, M.A. RP

Join us for our monthly members-only case consult peer/professional supervision call. We will discuss your client cases with guest expert Meghan Watson, M.A. RP. Please submit your case in advance, before September 18th, by emailing a short summary and your question/s to info@edrdpro.com. All members are welcome to submit a case and to join us…

Feeding Interventions for ‘Picky’ Eating: Self Determination Theory as a Framework for a Responsive Feeding Approach

Avoidant (or ‘picky’) eating in childhood is a very common challenge, affecting approximately 25% of children. Dietitians and nutritionists often find parents of these children coming to their offices. Food avoidance can be a difficult area for professionals to navigate because it covers a vast range of presentations, from developmentally normal neophobia to ARFID.  In…

October Round Table with Brooke Stepp, MS, CN, LMHC

Join us for our monthly members-only case consult peer/professional supervision call. We will discuss your client cases with guest expert Brooke Stepp, MS, CN, LMHC. Please submit your case in advance, before October 20th, by emailing a short summary and your question/s to info@edrdpro.com. All members are welcome to submit a case and to join…

Healing through the Body: A Somatic Understanding of Trauma for Nutritionists and Dietitians

In this two hour training, participants will develop a basic understanding of Somatics as a path towards body liberation. Our bodies are places where we learn, communicate, feel for dignity, come to know safety, and experience belonging. They are also sites of shaping from systems of oppression and domination that have led us to sometimes have tenuous relationships with our embodied selves.