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Jacque Mular has extensive experience working with people struggling with disordered eating and body image issues as both a psychotherapist and a nutrition therapist.Find out more »
Presenters: Jessica Wilson and Whitney Trotter
This webinar will help clinicians identify the influences of white feminism on the existing eating disorder treatment models. Participants will be asked to participate in a reckoning with and radical departure from white-centered frameworks.
Presenter: Jennifer Gaudiani
Severe and enduring anorexia nervosa requires skill, patience, and a strong therapeutic relationship to treat. In this webinar, Dr. Gaudiani will use case examples to illustrate various manifestations of SE-AN and the many ways in which recovery might go next.
Tracy Brown, RD, LD/N is a trauma-informed nutrition therapist/eating disorder dietitian, stress recovery coach, and nutrition counseling skills teacher.Find out more »
Presenter: Dana Sturtevant
A special two-hour Motivational Interviewing training!
Presenter: Joy Cox
In this talk, Dr. Joy Cox will discuss the importance of honoring the diversity of food, food preparation, and bodies, while exposing the ways that white supremacist thought impedes holistic healing.
Presenter: Meghan Foley
Attendees will learn about the role of a dietitian in the refeeding process, as well as the co-existing medical conditions that can arise with severe malnutrition.
Presenter: Angela Grassi
This webinar explores the factors that contribute to eating disorders in the PCOS population, current treatment updates, and helpful strategies for practitioners to treat patients successfully using a weight-neutral approach.
Presenter: Christine Dyan Thomson
This webinar explores one of the biggest challenges that we face as nutrition entrepreneurs: effectively communicating the value of our services in a way that clients will say yes to investing in themselves.
Presenter: Shannon Calvert
Shannon Calvert's personal experience with Severe and Enduring Anorexia Nervosa inspired her advocacy in the eating disorder field to support the respect, rights, and appropriate choice of treatment for those affected.