0

Experiential Eating: A Personal Roadmap to Thriving with Diabetes

$25.00

A professional webinar by Anny Ha, MS, RD, CDCES, BC-AMD, CEDRD

Do your patients with diabetes struggle to find a peaceful balance between joyful eating and glucose management? Do your best intended non-diet approaches turn into an unintended meal plan?

Join Anny to discuss an evolving shift towards individualization of diabetes care. She will explore how the Satter Eating Competence model offers a framework to address glucose management from an experiential standpoint.

Watch the recorded webinar!

1.0 pre-approved Level II CEU from the Commission of Dietetic Registration (CDR) upon successful completion of the test.

Purchase of this webinar will give you access to the recording, test and handouts via email once your order is processed. 

 

SKU: prof-web-diabetes Category:

Join Anny Ha, MS, RD,CDCES,BC-ADM, CEDRD to discuss an evolving shift towards individualization of diabetes care. She will explore how the Satter Eating Competence model offers a framework to address glucose management from an experiential standpoint. Her interactive webinar will demonstrate the application of the core principles of the Satter Eating Competence model and the Satter “How to Eat” program components in a four-week experiential diabetes eating program.  The program transforms the dining room into an educational space where participants apply “How to Eat” strategies while utilizing their personal diabetes tools such as a glucose meter, medications and their favorite meals.  Through the practice of dining together, participants discover how to enjoy eating while achieving improved diabetes management.

2 reviews for Experiential Eating: A Personal Roadmap to Thriving with Diabetes

  1. Julie R.

    Valuable

    Valuable information that I can start using in my practice today!!!!

  2. April

    Excellent Reminder

    We can get a bit caught up with the prescriptive aspect of eating when it comes to something like diabetes. This is an excellent reminder to take a step back and focus on eating competence.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published.

Pin It on Pinterest