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The Feeding Relationship and Eating Competence: Applying Feeding Dynamics Programming to Nutrition Education

$25.00

A webinar for professionals by Cristen Harris, PhD, RDN, CSSD, CD, CEP, FAND

Parents want to raise “healthy” eaters which can be accomplished by facilitating a child’s eating competence. Join Dr. Harris as she discusses how parenting styles and attitudes in a feeding context are crucially important in the development of eating competence over time. 

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Watch at your convenience, take the test when you have time.  Purchase of this webinar gives you the links to the recording, evaluation, test and handouts.  You will receive an additional email with all the links once your order is fully processed; please allow one day for processing.

1.0 pre-approved Level II CPEU(s) from the Commission of Dietetic Registration (CDR) upon successful completion of the exam.

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Parents want to raise “healthy” eaters which can be accomplished by facilitating a child’s eating competence. Using research evidence and video clips, Dr. Harris discusses how parenting styles and attitudes in a feeding context are crucially important in the development of eating competence over time.  This webinar offers both practical tools and opportunities for insight on how to apply feeding dynamics programming to nutrition education.

To receive CEU(s), you must complete the exam with a passing grade of 70% or higher.  Retakes are allowed.  You will receive links to the recording, exam, evaluation and any associated handouts once the presentation is processed.

Can't make the date?  Purchase of the webinar will give you access to the recording, exam, evaluation and handouts after the presentation is processed.

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3 reviews for The Feeding Relationship and Eating Competence: Applying Feeding Dynamics Programming to Nutrition Education

  1. Sherry S.

    Solid Foundation

    A solid foundation to understanding sDOR with the aim of developing competent eaters.

  2. Janesse H.

    Appreciate the Research

    I really appreciate the integration of what the research is showing when it comes to feeding relationships and their impact on behavior, with the practical videos, explanation and examples. All of these will help me in my expansion in explanations of the sDOR.

  3. Natalie H.

    Needed Reminder

    Even though sDOR is simple, it takes a lot of reminders and education to apply it properly without doing harm to the model.

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