Webinar Series


February 2016

Cheryl Dolven, MS, RD

Dining for Health: Tips and Tricks Using the New FDA Menu Labeling Regulations 

DLess than a year from now, restaurants and similar retail food establishments will be required to disclose calories on their menus to help consumers make informed and healthy choices when dining out. What will this mean for you? For your patients and clients? Healthcare professionals like YOU will be instrumental in helping patients, clients and students use this information to make wiser food selections to set them on the road to better health.

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March 2016

Emily Hartline RDN, CSP, LDN

Counseling Overweight Teens: Overcoming the Challenges-Achieving Results 

Teens are a notoriously challenging group to counsel on weight-related issues and many practitioners can find themselves feeling “stuck” when attempting to facilitate behavioral change.  In this webinar, attendees will take a journey through the teenage brain, reviewing how adolescents process information and learning how best to share and exchange information to produce desired results. 

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April 2016

Rebecca Pearl Ph.D

Weight Stigma and Health: Considerations for Clinical Care    

Weight-biased attitudes are pervasive, and individuals with obesity frequently experience disparagement, bullying, and discrimination due to their weight. As health care professionals, we can take steps to ensure our patients feel respected and understood as we help them manage their weight.  This webinar will provide an overview of weight stigma including how it negatively impacts health.  It will also provide strategies for challenging stereotypes and reducing weight stigma in your clinical practice.

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