$129

Counseling Track

4 CPE for the Counseling Track

  1. Counseling Options for Clients: From Books to Inpatient Hospitalization Presented by Nicole Patience, MS RD LDN CDCES CEDRD 
  2. Normalizing the Common Human Experience of Eating Presented by Holly Paulsen, RD, CEDRD-S, LD 
  3. Re-nourishing and Reclaiming Health After Bariatric Surgery. Presented by Narvin Virani, RDN 
  4. Creating a Safe Container: Trauma-Informed Care for Diabetes Presented by Nikki Estep, MPH, RDN, LD, CDCES.



Track 3: Counseling

Deepening The Art and Science of Weight Neutral

Diabetes Care

This program provides 4 CPE and will have you:

  • Discover the benefit of normalizing the experience of eating for clients with diabetes.
  • Learn how Self-compassion impacts eating and health behaviors.
  • Identify counseling techniques and activities to strengthen self-compassion.
  • Learn ways to work with patients who previously underwent weight loss surgery and are struggling with disordered eating and diabetes. 
  • Discover ways to help bariatric surgery patients heal their relationship with food.
  • Identify the key macro and micronutrients clients likely need 3-5 years post-WLS.
  • Review client-centered books and social media-based resources to support recovery from disordered eating.
  • Identify ways to determine whether a client requires more support than outpatient care alone, and how higher levels of care support recovery.
  • Learn what and how to identify higher levels of care, support, and recovery for your clients.
  • Learn how trauma impacts a person’s physical and psychological well-being.  
  • Identify the key to trauma-informed care.
  • Learn effective techniques to communicate with clients, and offer compassionate and trauma-informed care to clients.


Holly Paulsen

Normalizing the Common Human Experience of Eating

Holly Paulsen RD, CEDRD-S, LD


In a culture full of dieting messages, rules, and pseudo nutrition science, how can we normalize eating for patients with diabetes?

Key Takeaways

  • Discover the benefit of normalizing the experience of eating for clients with diabetes
  • State Self-compassion impacts eating and health behaviors
  • Identify counseling techniques and activities in self-compassion

https://vimeo.com/479112315



Counseling Options for Clients: From Books to Inpatient hospitalization

Nicole Patience MS RD LDN CDCES CEDRD


When a client expresses thoughts or behaviors around disordered eating, how do I best support and connect them with resources to meet their needs?

Key Takeaways

  • Walk through four case studies to identify books and social media-based resources to support recovery from disordered eating.
  • Identify how to determine whether a client requires more support than outpatient care alone, how higher levels of care support recovery, and how to screen a facility to meet your client's needs."

https://vimeo.com/479642724


Re-nourishing and Reclaiming Health After Bariatric Surgery

Narmin Virani RDN

How can healthcare professionals apply IE/HAES principles in bariatric surgery patients?

Key Takeaways

  • Learn ways to work with patients who previously underwent weight loss surgery and are struggling with disordered eating and diabetes. 
  • Discover ways to help bariatric surgery patients heal their relationship with food
  • Identify the key macro and micronutrients clients likely need 3-5 years post-WLS

https://vimeo.com/479509685


Creating a Safe Container:

Trauma-Informed Care for Diabetes

Nikki Estep, MPH, RDN, LD, CDCES


How can we create a safe container, a safe space for all people to receive care in all facets of healthcare?

Key Takeaways

  • Identify how trauma impacts a person’s physical and psychological well-being.  
  • List the key aspects of trauma-informed care 
  • Discover techniques for communication that offer the most compassionate and trauma-informed care to clients.



The Counseling Track offers 4 CPE from CDR

$129

Counseling Track

4 CPE for the Counseling Track

  1. Counseling Options for Clients: From Books to Inpatient Hospitalization Presented by Nicole Patience, MS RD LDN CDCES CEDRD 
  2. Normalizing the Common Human Experience of Eating Presented by Holly Paulsen, RD, CEDRD-S, LD 
  3. Re-nourishing and Reclaiming Health After Bariatric Surgery. Presented by Narvin Virani, RDN 
  4. Creating a Safe Container: Trauma-Informed Care for Diabetes Presented by Nikki Estep, MPH, RDN, LD, CDCES.