Are you curious about the weight-inclusive approach to nutrition, but unsure if it is truly based on evidence?
Are you interested in Health at Every Size, but not sure what it really means?
Are you looking for more body image tools to use in your private practice?
The Weight Inclusive Nutrition and Dietetics (WIND) mini-course helps with all of the above, and more. It includes the following webinars:
- How to handle body image conversations, by Brianna Campos LPC
- Research Review: Weight stigma and its impacts on healthcare, by Kendrin Sonneville ScD RDN
- A Deeper Look at Health at Every Size® (HAES), by Kimmie Singh MS RD
The webinars cover body image, weight stigma, healthcare practices, and the social justice movement of HAES® from a weight-inclusive lens. Dietitians in various disciplines—from private practice to community health, sports nutrition, clinical, and even food service—will benefit from the depth of these topics.
Discussions include weight bias, internalized fat phobia, body image perceptions, binge eating behaviors, fat activism, privilege, oppression, equity, equality and more. Bringing awareness of different lived experiences to your work, and workplace, can only help your empathy and impact on the lives of clients and customers.
Participants will receive access to all three videos, and provided a certificate for 3.5 continuing education credits (for RDNs).
For more information, and updates on upcoming WIND resources, go to weightinclusivenutrition.com
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