The Sleepless Dietitian's Live Supervision Workshop

The Sleepless Dietitian’s Live Supervision Workshop was conducted live in Atlanta, Georgia on Friday, September 23, 2022. You can watch the entire event anytime by purchasing this package.

Purchase includes a copy of Jessica's e-book, The Sleepless Dietitian's Guide Volume One: Advice for the Angst that Keeps You Up at Night. 

3 CEUs will be awarded for CDR-credentialed professionals who complete the webinar.

The Sleepless Dietitian’s Live Supervision workshop is ideal for dietitians and nutrition professionals who specialize in - or unexpectedly work with - individuals with eating disorders and related dysfunctional eating behaviors, and students interested in working in the field.

Topics range depending on questions, cases and situations submitted by participants This is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to hear Jessica's take on the challenges and dilemmas we so often face. She draws from her 24 years working in the field as well as nearly as long precepting, advising and supervising dietitians and other professionals. 
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Intro By Jessica Setnick

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The Sleepless Dietitian’s Live Supervision Workshop is your opportunity to learn from the best – Jessica Setnick, dietitian and navigator of tricky situations. In this recording of a live workshop, Jessica answers questions submitted in real time by dietitians like you.

See if any of these situations sound familiar:

  •  “I’ve heard people say there’s no role for dietitians in eating disorders. What do I say to that?”
  • “What do I do when a patient’s parents are confrontational and solely focused on weight?”
  • “My patient’s family member has a terminal illness and my patient’s grief is affecting their eating. What can I do?”
  • “How do I get a patient off an exchange-based meal plan and moving towards intuitive eating when they have perfectionism and high need for control?”
  • “How do we overcome sensory and texture issues related to food for someone with ARFID?”
  • “A patient’s parent asked me to submit an affidavit in a custody battle. What advice do you have?”
  • “What is the best way to approach old-school doctors who give patients bad advice?”
  • “How about the patients who keep coming back to see us but are doing nothing we recommend?”
In the Sleepless Dietitian’s Live Supervision Workshop, Jessica tells how she would handle these situations and more.

If you’ve ever heard Jessica before, you know she approaches each situation with a compassionate, multi-faceted view, taking into consideration both the dietitian’s and the patient’s points of view, to offer unique solutions that were definitely never discussed in school, or even in continuing education events. You’ll have three hours to listen to Jessica unravel these convoluted issues to not only help you better assist your patients, but also to strengthen your professional growth and confidence with eating disorder counseling.