Creating an Environment of Belonging in Nutrition Counseling
A webinar for professionals by
Dalia Kinsey, RD, LD
Developing a practice that has the power to support all clients regardless of background and food culture requires introspection and personal analysis. Competent eaters are defined as confident, comfortable, flexible and consistently able to meet their nutritional needs with enjoyable and nourishing food. What does this look like for clients that belong to food cultures that are ignored and devalued? Are we ready to support clients as they establish what enjoyable and nourishing means to them individually? In this session we will examine ways that nutrition professionals can promote the acceptance of all food cultures and create inclusive nutrition environments through effective counseling and a clear understanding of the nutrition educator’s role within the eating competence model.
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Pending approval for 1.0 Level II CEU from the Commission on Dietetic Registration.
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After this webinar, you will be able to:
- Define health equity and known barriers
- Understand the role that marginalization has on eating habits and positive food relationships
- Understand how the The Satter Eating Competence Model is naturally supportive of diversity and inclusion
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