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We are a strong community of Dietitians world-wide who are committed to promoting peace with food and bodies within the Dietetic and wider communities. If you're a Dietitian and want to know more about how you too can authentically promote wellbeing, please join me!
Hosted by Fiona Sutherland, Dietitian from Melbourne Australia.

The Mindful Dietitian Fiona Sutherland

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We are a strong community of Dietitians world-wide who are committed to promoting peace with food and bodies within the Dietetic and wider communities. If you're a Dietitian and want to know more about how you too can authentically promote wellbeing, please join me!
Hosted by Fiona Sutherland, Dietitian from Melbourne Australia.

    The Mindful Dietitian with Leslie Schilling

    The Mindful Dietitian with Leslie Schilling

    Leslie Schilling on the pervasive culture of under-fuelling in sports and performance & raising kids who can call out diet culture!
     
    Here, Fi & Leslie talk about:
    Life, work and play in Las Vegas – keep up with Leslie’s weekend adventures on Instagram; “there is so much to do in Vegas off the strip!”
    What it’s like working with athletes, performers and artists in Las Vegas, particularly the performers from Cirque du Soleil!
    How Leslie supports her culturally diverse clients to adapt to life in the US and navigate diet culture through their interesting and demanding schedules.
    The culture and promotion of under fuelling in sports.
    How to help clients push back against under fuelling and the response from clients when they are given permission to eat.
    Tips on how to screen for under fuelling and restriction when working with athletes / performers – find out the important questions to ask!
    Interoceptive and somatic awareness, encouraging nutrition intuition and finding a common ground with coaches.
    How under fuelling can become an entrenched behaviour unintentionally and innocently, not just through disordered eating
    The culture that keeps us underfeed and what the salmon would do? (hint* swim upstream and dodge the diet culture BS!)
    The famous Lunch Box Card inspired by Dr. Katja Rowell and The Responsive Feeding Therapy Conference to take place in May 2020.
     
    As mentioned in the podcast:
    Born to Eat book by Leslie Schilling
    Las Vegas Cirque du Soleil
    IOC consensus statement on relative energy deficiency in sport (RED-S): 2018 update
    The Mary Cain Story
    The Feeding Doctor – Dr Katja Rowell
    Responsive Feeding Therapy Conference May 2020
     
    More about Leslie:
    Leslie Schilling, MA, RDN, CEDRD-S owns a Las Vegas-based coaching practice, specializing in nutrition counseling for families, those of all ages with disordered eating concerns, and professional athletes and performers. In addition to running her practice, Leslie serves as a performance nutrition consultant for Cirque du Soleil® and an eating disorder specialist and supervisory consultant for eating disorder treatment centers in Nevada. With her warm, compassionate, and entertaining personality, Leslie been featured in media outlets like Women’s Health, Self, Pregnancy Magazine, The Yoga Journal, Bicycling, BuzzFeed, the Huffington Post, US News & World Report, and on HGTV. When she’s not spending time with her family, you can find her spreading non-diet messages to her clients and speaking platforms across the nation. Leslie is passionate about educating ministry, military, health, medical, and fitness professionals about the harms of typical dieting behaviors. You may know Leslie best as the creator of the Born To Eat® approach and co-author of the award-winning book, Born To Eat.
     
    Connect with Leslie
    Website
    Instagram
    Twitter
    Facebook
    Pinterest

    • 1h 4 min
    The Mindful Dietitian with Jenna Hollenstein

    The Mindful Dietitian with Jenna Hollenstein

    Jenna Hollenstein on compassion and witnessing the evolution of Dietetic practice, asking "is this a tipping point?"
    Jenna shares witnessing a new mood, observations of the current tipping point, the importance of compassion as we evolve as clinicians and as we witness the evolution of others, what compassion is and isn’t and how we embrace it, mindfulness and meditation; the notion of acceptance, making connections and a new training opportunity available for dietitians. 
    Here Fi and Jenna speak about:
    Living in NYC; its overstimulating nature and rich diversity with many opportunities for observation.
    Attending the 2019 FNCE; ‘The Superbowl for American Dietitians’ and its significantly different presence.
    The current tipping point within the dietetic community and profession - the hunger for IE and HAES exposure from students and dietitians early on in their careers.
    Why its important to enact self-compassion and not turn to self-aggression as we evolve and change.
    The misconceptions of self-compassion; 
    What it really is and what it isn’t.
    The need to balance feminine and masculine qualities.
    How we can embrace self-compassion through this environmental shift by being conscious and aware of our evolution and the evolution of others. 
    Compassion VS Idiot Compassion; understanding the complexities of the human experience and the need to call out / call in – and knowing it’s not easy! 
    Mindfulness in practice through connections and the notion of acceptance.
    Teaching the Open Heart Project Meditation Instructor Training with Susan Piver and a new meditation instructor course just for dietitians – watch this space!
     
    As mentioned in the podcast:
    FNCE 2019: 247. Intuitive Eating: What Every Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Needs to Know
    Dr Kristin Neff – Self Compassion
    Open Heart Project Meditation Instructor Training with Susan Piver
     
    Find Jenna:
    Website
    Instagram
    Twitter
    Facebook
    YouTube
    LinkedIn
     
    More about Jenna:
    Jenna Hollenstein, MS, RDN, CDN, is a non-diet dietitian who helps people struggling with chronic dieting, disordered eating, and eating disorders. She uses a combination of Intuitive Eating, mindfulness techniques, and meditation to help her clients move toward greater peace, health, and wellness. Jenna’s private practice is located in New York City where she consults with clients in person and virtually. Jenna is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) and a Certified Dietitian Nutritionist (CDN) in New York State. She has a Bachelors degree in Nutrition from Penn State, a Masters degree in Nutrition from Tufts University, is a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor and an Open Heart Project meditation guide. In 2018, Jenna joined the board of The Center for Mindful Eating. Jenna teaches at mindfulness retreats in the United States and France. She has been featured in U.S. News & World Report, Health, Mindful, Vogue, Elle, Glamour, and Fox News. Jenna is the author of Understanding Dietary Supplements, a handy guide to the evaluation and use of vitamins, minerals, herbs, and botanicals for both consumers and clinicians, and the memoir Drinking to Distraction. Her third book, Eat to Love: A Mindful Guide to Transforming Your Relationship with Food, Body, and Life, was published in January, 2019.

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    The Mindful Dietitian with Julie Duffy Dillon

    The Mindful Dietitian with Julie Duffy Dillon

    Julie Duffy Dillon on the power of language, holding space & inclusive care.
     
    Julie Duffy Dillon shares her journey to creating the ‘Love Food’ podcast and more about its unique format, her experience with supervision and its vital place in working and being with clients, transitioning from a weight centric to weight inclusive practice, supporting clients with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and the importance of language and gender inclusive care in this paradigm.
     




    Here, Julie & Fi discuss:

    Julie’s guest appearances on several podcasts discussing polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and how her own podcast ‘Love, Food’ came about.


    The unique format of Julie’s ‘Love,Food’ podcast and how it honours lived experiences; helping clients not to feel alone, whilst providing insight to dietitians. 


    The importance of holding space for clients; “the capacity to do so is not something most dietitians are prepared for on graduating, though its fundamental to healing”. 


    Supervision; how it can act as a catalyst towards growth and development and identifying burn out.


    Supervision’s ability to provide space back to the practitioner; “holding space for others, means we need space too, with someone who gets it!”.


    Transitioning from a weight centric practice to weight neutral; fence sitting and navigating an environment which favours burn out.


    PCOS;

    The harm of weight centric care and its impact access to fertility treatment.


    Why client centred care is crucial in PCOS to reduce harm.


    A research and care model rooted in fat phobia and weight stigma.



    Why language matters; the importance of providing gender inclusive care as a HAES practitioner.


    The need for ongoing learning and supervision in gendered language / care and the important work of Vaughn Darst.






     



     









    As mentioned in the podcast:

    Dietitians unplugged interview with Julie Duffy Dillon


    Food Psych 199# - PCOS and Food Peace with Julie Duffy Dillon


    Food Love Podcast – Chevese Turner on PCOS and Food Peace


    Don’t Salt My Game – People with PCOS can totally eat birthday cake with Julie Duffy Dillon


    RD Real Talk - How to Deny Diet Culture and Make Peace With Food with Julie Duffy Dillon

    Nutrition Matters -Why Women with PCOS don’t need to torture themselves with Julie Duffy Dillon
     Vaughn Darst, MS RD, of All Gender Nutrition
     
    More about Julie:
    Julie Duffy Dillon is a Fat Positive Registered Dietitian, Eating Disorder Specialist, and Food Behavior Expert partnering with people on their Food Peace journey. She is trained as a mental health counselor and supervises dietitians and other health professionals to use weight inclusive and attuned eating strategies. Julie is the host of the Love Food Podcast and sees clients in her North Carolina private practice. Check out her weight inclusive PCOS course for dietitians at www.PCOSandFoodPeace.com/Dietitians.
    Find Julie:
    Website
    Instagram
    Love, Food Podcast
    Twitter
    Facebook
    Pinterest

    • 1h 9 min
    The Mindful Dietitian with Meghan Cichy, CEDRD

    The Mindful Dietitian with Meghan Cichy, CEDRD

    Meghan Cichy on HAES-aligned Medical Nutrition Therapy & Fat Positive Dietetic practice
    Here Fi & Meghan speak about:

    The establishment of Creating Peace with Food, and multi-disciplinary Rooted Heart Healthcare, sharing space with other like-minded providers.


    How guiding values can form the core of a healthcare team


    Why providing a safe space for clients is so important


    What does being a “Fat Positive” provider mean?


    The importance of authentic allyship so that we can offer care and services that are body-affirming


    Practical tips to move in a more affirming practice direction


    How to elevate the experience and perspective of those with lived experience


    The development of the Health At Every Size (R)-aligned MNT resources (see links below to download!)

     
    Find out more:
    Instagram and Facebook: @creatingpeacewithfoodFacebook: @meghancichyrdn
    www.creatingpeacewithfood.comwww.rooted-heart.com
     
    As mentioned in Podcast:
    Google Drive for HAES & MNT Handouts
    Body Trust Summit (March 2020)
    Becoming Eating Disorder Aware Training Series (Jan 2020)
     
    More about Meghan:
    Meghan (she/her) is passionate about working with her clients from a weight neutral, Health at Every Size ® perspective and believes in self-compassion as a foundation for re-building trust, connection, and confidence with ones own body. Meghan is a traditionally trained dietitian, however, her philosophical approach to nutrition counseling is anything but. She focuses on centering her clients as an expert in their own explorations and healing process, and supports her clients in building connection and confidence in their own innate intuition. Meghan believes that all bodies, regardless of size, shape, color, ability, age, or gender identity deserve access to respectful and high quality care. Her work with clients incorporates weight neutral approaches to self care utilizing a Health at Every Size approach. She works with her clients to support them in defining health for themselves and dismantling the idea that health is a moral obligation. Meghan also recognizes that her clients needs are vast and diverse. She takes the time to consider the big picture of her clients’ lives and lived experience in order to best support her clients in their food and body healing work. She utilizes a flexible approach to food and eating grounded in reconnecting to hunger, fullness, appetite, satiety, and pleasure. Meghan is a Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian (CEDRD) and is currently working towards her Body Trust certification. She enjoys working with clients who are interested in healing and strengthening their relationship with food and their body. Because Meghan recognizes that everyone comes to this work at a different point on the body liberation continuum she is eager to meet her clients where they are and enjoys walking the path along side them. Meghan’s personal life aligns with her professional life as she finds great joy in supporting her preschooler and infant in discovering the wonder of their body and pleasure in their eating. Her recreational reading leads her to deeper dives into social justice and anti-oppression work, and she finds joy in spending time in the outdoors and engaging in group movement like hiking and soccer.

    • 47 min
    The Mindful Dietitian with Fiona Willer

    The Mindful Dietitian with Fiona Willer

    "Data Driven meets Client-Centered" with Fiona Sutherland & guest Fiona Willer (aka "Fi-Squared)
    In this episode, Fiona Willer joins Fi again for another "Fi-squared" episode and speak about:

    The essentials of weight science, and what every Dietitian needs to know about understanding research


    The problematic nature of Paediatric weight-focussed research, including lack of long-term follow up.


    The discrepancies between the way Dietitians identify their practice and their level of knowledge in weight-inclusive approaches.


    Fi’s favourite episode from her “Unpacking Weight Science” Podcast and what you can expect from signing up!


    If Fi was designing her own Dietetic program…..and her wishes for the profession

    Upcoming training in 2020
     
    Fiona's Unpacking Weight Science Course
    Follow Fiona on Instagram or Twitter
     
    More about Fiona:
    Fiona Willer is an Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian who combines academic research, university lecturing and public speaking with creating professional development resources and training for health professionals through her business, Health Not Diets. Her research areas are dietetic private practice benchmarking, inter-professional learning and the integration of weight neutral lifestyle approaches (including Health at Every Size® and the Non-Diet Approach) into the practice of health professionals, particularly dietitians. Creator of the innovative Unpacking Weight Science professional development podcast, Fiona has great enthusiasm for both interrogating weight research and overusing food and eating metaphors in everyday life.
     

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    The Mindful Dietitian with Annie Goldsmith

    The Mindful Dietitian with Annie Goldsmith

    Annie Goldsmith on integrating Acceptance & Commitment Therapy in Dietetic Practice.
    Annie and Fi talk about:
    Annie's passion for Health At Every Size (R) and background in Brain & Cognitive Sciences
    Working with groups & supporting an environment of collective healing
    The gift of our experiences being witnessed and held in groups
    Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) - what is it?
    Useful intersections of ACT & Dietetic practice
    Skills & tools core to the ACT hexaflex
    How ACT can be helpful to support longer-term recovery from diet culture and eating disorders
    The important place of values in ACT
     
     Links mentioned in this podcast:
    https://www.actmindfully.com.au/
    More About Annie:
    Annie Goldsmith is a Registered Dietitian and owner of Second Breakfast Nutrition, a private practice in Charlotte North Carolina. Annie specializes in working with clients recovering from eating disorders, disordered eating, chronic dieting, and body image struggles. She is also co-owner of The Art of Intentional Eating, where she facilitates courses, support groups, and size inclusive yoga classes grounded in the HAES and IE philosophies. She is passionate about offering non-diet, weight inclusive care and grateful for the opportunity to hold space for those on their recovery journeys
     
    Find Annie here:
    www.anniegoldsmithrd.com and www.artofintentionaleating.com

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