I get asked a lot about how to bring the concepts of Intuitive Eating into nutrition counseling.
After all, dietitians want more information about how to work with clients on Intuitive Eating but are usually looking for tangible ways to actually do that work with clients. Like
Jennifer, what are some tips that I can do tomorrow with Sally that’s coming into my office?
I have some tactical ways to start the conversation about Intuitive Eating and some practical tips on what to do with clients.
So (of course!) I thought I would share them with you! I have 3 tips to incorporate Intuitive Eating work into your client sessions. I created a video for you all about my top 3 things you can do immediately with your clients that help them with Intuitive Eating (like TODAY if you’re working!):
Oh and just as a completely random side note, you are already a great nutrition professional! Even if you want to learn more about how to be a better counselor for your clients.
We should all be practicing nutrition counseling in a way that feels authentic and genuine to help clients with Intuitive Eating skills.
To me, this helps a client feel fabulous about food – what my personal and professional mission is all about.
Now go make Intuitive Eating happen with your clients even quicker and even more effectively. Go help your clients change their lives!
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Jennifer McGurk, RDN, CDN, CDE, CEDRD is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist whose mission is to help dietitians Be the Dietitian you were Meant to Be. She is an expert in the field of eating disorders and also supervises other Registered Dietitians as an iaedp approved supervisor. She is the owner of Eat With Knowledge in Nyack, NY and leads a team of dietitians who support the philosophy, “Feel fabulous about food!”
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