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This webinar was presented live on February 19, 2019.
To empower people to want to care for their bodies and improve health outcomes, health care practitioners and nutrition communicators must make people of all shapes, sizes, and backgrounds feel welcome and safe with them. Join us for a webinar with Haley Goodrich, RD, LDN to learn how our language and actions can help or hinder the creation of an inclusive environment, strong connections, and an ethical practice.
Learning Need Codes: 1140, 1090, 1010
Performance Indicators: 4.2.5, 2.1.4, 5.1.4, 1.3.3
- Understand the importance of making clients and consumers feel welcome and safe.
- What actions and language are exclusive or stigmatizing, and alternatives that do no harm.
- Describe how to incorporate these principles into your work to create an ethical practice.
Haley Goodrich, RD, LD
Haley Goodrich is a registered dietitian fiercely passionate about helping others create flexible, joyful eating habits and cultivate a peaceful relationship with their body. She specializes in eating disorder recovery, Intuitive Eating, and body image healing from a Health at Every Size (HAES) perspective. Haley is currently pursuing her Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian (CEDRD) Certification. She also the Eating Disorder Resource Professional for the Behavior Health Nutrition dietetic practice group. In addition to individual client work and managing her group private practice, she is also the co-founder of INSPIRD to SEEK, a community-based learning experience designed to mentor and guide nutrition entrepreneurs to build amazing businesses. Haley strongly believes in integrating the Non-Diet Approach and HAES philosophy into all health care settings, including nutrition therapy. She advocates through her writing, speaking, social media presence, and mentorship for practitioners.