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Recorded Webinar: Insights on Intuitive Eating Approaches

  • 01 Jan 2022
  • 11:59 PM
  • 01 May 2023
  • online

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  • Members can view the webinar at a discounted rate of $5 (non-members are charged $10)

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Recorded Webinar:

Insights on Intuitive Eating Approaches

This webinar is approved for 2 CEUs for RDs & DTRs

Presentation Learning Objectives:

  1. Define intuitive eating and the philosophies associated with its approach.
  2. Identify the 10 principles of intuitive eating.
  3. Describe the impact of weight stigma on psychological and physical health.
  4. Recognize the difference between mindful and intuitive eating.
  5. Identify the phases of teaching an individual to ultimately eat using intuitive eating approaches.

Presenter:

Kaitlin Bolt-Lovett, RD, LD Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, RYT 200/500.

Kaitlin Bolt-Lovett is a Registered Dietitian whose private practice embraces each unique individual and works to empower through reflection and education. She focuses FIRST on the relationship with food and body with a goal of creating confidence and harmony between mind and body. She values the personal intricacies of each client’s experience and approaches the relationship with a personal, tailored perspective.

After battling through her own sport induced eating disorder for over 2 decades, Kaitlin wanted to build a private practice based on healing relationships with both food and body. Through her own experiences and continuing education, she found the social justice movement HAES(R), intuitive eating, and taking an inclusive approach to her work to be powerful and compelling. She emphasizes creating a safe space for clients to feel empowered to explore their relationship with themselves while provides an opportunity to turn inward instead of constantly looking to the external. This generates a self-awareness and trust that can break through the societal biases that often work against our ability to feel WHOLE.

Kaitlin see’s clients on a one-on-one and group basis via telehealth and in-person. She attended The Ohio State University as a collegiate synchronized swimmer for 2 years, before attending The French Pastry School in Chicago, Illinois. After working in fine-dining in Chicago and New York City, Kaitlin returned to her home town of Cincinnati, Ohio where she graduated from the University of Cincinnati’s Dietetic Coordinated Program.

Cost:

$5 for GCDA members, $10 for non-GCDA Members and $5 for non-GCDA Member Students


*Once registered for this webinar you will receive an email with the presentation recording, presentation slides, and your continuing education certificate*

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