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Mark your calendar: 2018 EDRDpro Symposium coming in March 2018! Sign up on our Early Bird invite list to get notified of announcements, speaker schedule, topics and early bird pricing.
We are a web-based community of Registered Dietitians (RD’s) and other like-minded professionals who work from a non-diet, Health at Every Size® approach. In addition to dietitians, we are happy to welcome students, interns, counselors, coaches and all medical professionals. Our mission is to support and train dietetics professionals on evidence-based, HAES research and emerging science to help broaden their skills in identifying, treating, and preventing disordered eating and eating disorders.
Download the recorded presentations from EDRDpro 2017 while they’re still available! Now through August 22nd, visit the EDRDpro Symposium info page to learn all about how.
We’re committed to offering continuous training and education. Don’t miss the ongoing webinar series and great benefits by joining the EDRDpro members only group. Sign up for just $1!
Research shows that an estimated 40-60% of people seeking weight loss advice from a nutritionist struggle with disordered eating. We believe every nutritionist, dietitian, or health professional can have a measurable impact in helping their clients have a healthy relationship to food and body. All nutritionists and dietitians need in-depth training and education in order to counsel effectively for preventing and treating eating disorders. EDRDpro Symposium is designed just for these purposes.
Due to the fact that engaging in disordered eating behavior has become culturally normal, and that over 30 million Americans have eating disorders – every nutritionist can benefit from having exceptional skills to guide their clients toward Intuitive Eating and body compassion.
“EDRDpro was a FANTASTIC event, filled with invaluable information from a variety of experts in the field of Eating Disorders. As a Registered Dietitian who would like to work in the Eating Disorder field some day, I found the event extremely informative, engaging and thought provoking. I think my favorite part, however, is that participants are granted access to the videos long after the event has ended. This allowed me to watch the videos on my own time, as well as rewatch the ones that I felt like I needed to watch again. Such an awesome event! “ – Anna C. July, 2017