WORKSHOPS FOR CAREGIVERS: PARENTING NUTRITION
Tailored to meet the needs of your community, parenting group, or school. Accommodation requests encouraged.
Through experiential group coaching, I facilitate collective and personal reflection about parenting in the modern world. You’ll gain insight and techniques to help you care with confidence, engage genuinely, reduce stress, and live deliciously. Includes a dose of laughter, too. Sample topics include:
- Compassion and Connection
- Responsive Feeding and Parenting
- Honoring the past, living in the present, and planning for the future
- What’s health got to do with it? – Childhood Growth and Development
- Taming external parenting influences
- Reframing behavior: common feeding and eating challenges
- Crafting your personalized family food dynamic
WORKSHOPS FOR PARENTING AND NUTRITION PROFESSIONALS
Parent Coaching Skills for Pediatric Feeding Specialists, Level 1
Audience: RDs, RDNs, SLPs, OTs, and Nutrition Educators
Parent Coaching is a guidance practice designed to help caregivers clarify and move toward self-directed goals while supporting family connection. Join Julie Zivah, MS, RDN for an interactive webinar to learn how to improve or refresh your professional practice with Parent Coaching strategies. Together we will explore scope of practice, deﬁne essential coaching skills, and simulate a Parent Coaching framework in real time. Come to learn about broadening your assessments and how experiential education is the link to bridge the gap between Feeding Therapy and Parent Coaching.
At the end of this webinar, the participant will be able to:
- Describe how Parent Coaching strategies can augment a Feeding Professional’s work within scope of
- Deﬁne 5 foundational C’s necessary for practitioners to implement Parent Coaching
- Explain how experiential learning enhances client experience and provider
- Practice 4 essential steps for coaching clients through experiential education
Still encouraging your clients to “do their jobs” and let the kids “do their jobs” at mealtime? Still stating it is best not to use screens at snack time and share a family meal? Turns out these typical recommendations may be doing more harm than good. Join me to learn what we now know about common childhood feeding recommendations.