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AT LAST: Navigating the Challenges of Life After Sport

$30.00

A webinar for professionals by:

Melissa Streno, PsyD, CMPC  &  Rebecca McConville, MS, RDN, LDN, CSSD, CEDRD-S

This webinar is aimed at helping dieticians help their clients navigate the transition out of sport by exploring and redefining their relationship with food, movement, and body image.

For athletes, sports plays a significant role throughout their lives and influences relationships, eating patterns, body image, allocation of time and daily routines. But what happens when it’s all over? Melissa and Rebecca noticed in their professional practices that they were seeing increasing incidence of disordered eating and various mental health challenges that parallelled the transition out of sport. They decided to produce a workbook “At Last – Life After Sport Transition” to help athletes and their support teams deal with the voice left by the transition out of sport.

Approved for 1.5 Leve II CEUs from the Commission on Dietetic Registration.

March 20, 2024 10:00 – 11:30 am CT

Equity and Student Rates are available. Please email support@ellynsatterinstitute for a coupon code.
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By the end of this interactive presentation, learners will be able to:

  1. Learn about the risk factors, as well as physical and psychological challenges, that accompany an athlete's transition out of sport
  2. Understand how the demands of sport can impact an athlete's ability to gain eating competence
  3. Demonstrate how to integrate the 3 R's- Relearning, Redefining & Reconnecting with nutrition
  4. Differentiate between nutrition practices established for sport versus health
  5. Understand recommendations for life after sport in terms of food, exercise and one’s relationship with their body

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