The Pursuing Private Practice Podcast with Jennifer McGurk
In this episode:
I have always really admired Carrie’s work, and I love reading her published articles in the media. Her message spreads far and wide, and she really contributes to spreading the non-diet message in this world.
In this episode, we talk about the relationship between her private practice and her media work and how these two influence each other. She combines both to create a unique business model that serves her so well!
Some of the topics discussed include:
- Starting a private practice
- Investing in yourself
- The relationship between client work and media work
- Staying grounded in our work
Dietitian Business School is a membership for dietitians that are growing a private practice and beyond! You’ll be joining a powerful group of dietitians who believe in a non-diet way of counseling.
There’s a collective energy among this group of dietitians rebelling against the dietitian “norm” to build a business and make money with a weight-inclusive approach to health. We do it differently, we’ll show you how!
Dietitian Business School includes business education and training, group coaching and group supervision, self-care, accountability, and community all in one.
We encourage you to lean into the uncertainty and challenge yourself to do things for your business that will truly create change for you as a business owner. Come hang out with dietitians that will inspire you.
RESOURCES FROM JENNIFER
- Need more clients? Join our FREE Marketing Bootcamp!
- Download the FREE Dietitian Business Plan Roadmap
- Starting a private practice? Beginner Basics is for you!
- Growing your private practice? Dietitian Business School is for you!
- Connect with Jennifer on Facebook
- Connect with Jennifer on Instagram
MORE ABOUT CARRIE DENNETT
Carrie Dennett, MPH, RDN, is a Pacific Northwest-based registered dietitian nutritionist, certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, journalist, author and speaker. She writes a weekly nutrition column for The Seattle Times and contributes regularly to The Washington Post, Today’s Dietitian magazine and Environmental Nutrition newsletter. Carrie is the author of Healthy For Your Life: A Holistic Approach to Optimal Wellness, and owner of NutritionByCarrie.com. She is a second-career dietitian who worked as a newspaper journalist for many years before earning her Master of Public Health in nutritional sciences from the University of Washington.
- Learn more about Carrie and her business
- Connect with Carrie on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter
- Read Carrie’s latest article for The Seattle Times, Noom claims it isn’t a diet. We found out if that holds water.
Links from the episode:
- Trauma-informed nutrition care (Today’s Dietitian, June/July 2021)
- Social determinants of health: Looking beyond the individual (Today’s Dietitian, June/July 2020)
- Weight bias in dietetics education (Today’s Dietitian, March 2019)
- The health impact of weight stigma (Today’s Dietitian, January 2018)
- Thinking about your weight? What you might be getting wrong about the Health at Every Size approach. (Washington Post, May 1, 2020)
- The many reasons a British writer was wrong to disparage Nike’s plus-size mannequins (Washington Post, July 17, 2019) Also appeared in The Lily.
- The overlooked crisis of eating disorders among middle-aged women (Washington Post, June 17, 2019) Also appeared in The Lily.