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Eating Competence: A Model for Normal Eating

A webinar for professionals by Keira Oseroff, MSW, LCSW, CEDS


Do you have clients who have lost their way with eating? Are they unsure where normal stops and disorder begins. Do they want more for themselves and their children?


Join Keira as she guides you through a personal and professional discovery of the Satter Eating Competence model. The webinar will explore the foundational capacities of eating competence and nuances that prevent people from fully enjoying eating. Building on that understanding, she’ll draw from years of clinical experience to provide learners with techniques to help clients restore and strengthen their eating attitudes, food acceptance, internal regulation and contextual skills.


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


1.0 Pre-approved CEU upson succesful completion of the exam.


 


 

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$25.00

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Keira Oseroff, MSW, LCSW, CEDS will guide you through a personal and professional discovery of the Satter Eating Competence model. The webinar will explore the foundational capacities of eating competence and nuances that prevent people from fully enjoying eating. Building on that understanding, she’ll draw from years of clinical experience to provide learners with techniques to help clients restore and strengthen their eating attitudes, food acceptance, internal regulation and contextual skills.

Webinar Confirmation:
You will receive an email after your order is processed with a link to the recording, test and evaluation.  Handouts will be attached to the email.  Please direct any questions to [email protected]

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This information is worth knowing and pursuing further to become a more effective nutrition consultant. (Posted on 5/22/2020)

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