We are working in partnership with leading experts to make available a speaker series that deepens your experiential knowledge of nutrition and integrated health to promote holistic well-being.
We have a solid understanding of the science of nutrition and enjoy sharing our passion with others. But how come we (and others) continue to struggle in our relationship with food and our bodies? This relationship is much more complex than science! We can love our body one minute and hate it the next. If you are eager to engage in deeper and more compassionate conversations about food, nutrition and body image, and yield greater impact, then you won’t want to miss this presentation. This presentation will stretch our thinking and expand our capacity for greater impact in the classroom, in the clinic, and in our own relationship with food and our bodies.You will receive a Zoom link when you register. The information provided in this talk will allow participants to:
RD, CD, CEDS-S
Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietician
Certified Intutitive Eating Counselor
Becky is passionate about counseling, supervising, speaking, and educating in the areas of food and body image struggles and eating disorders. Becky practices through a non-diet and weight-inclusive lens. In addition to her private practice, Becky is honored to work with kids and families in Northeast Wisconsin as a Clinical Dietitian through a children’s specialty clinic in the treatment of diabetes and endocrinology.
We will explore the sweet stuff - the types and amounts of sugars in our foods, and their wide-ranging metabolic effects. You will receive a Zoom link when you register. The information provided in this talk will allow participants to:
Debra Pearson, Ph.D., is the director of the Master’s Program in Nutrition and Integrative Health at UW-Green Bay. Her students remark about her depth of knowledge and ability to make complex topics more understandable. In addition to her work at UW-Green Bay, Debra Pearson has been sought by the Medical College of Wisconsin to teach a number of nutrition courses to medical students. Her work here is an important part of increasing the nutrition knowledge of physicians, while also bolstering the role of the dietitian in interdepartmental care.
If you already have a bachelor's degree or RDN, and you're ready to elevate your nutritional credentials, a graduate degree or graduate certificate will enrich your professional life.
Live and Practice Whole Body Well-Being
If you have any questions about this certificate, please contact Teri Zuege-Halvorsen, Executive Regional Manager, at 920-663-7316 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.