Clinical supervision group for dietitians: Working with athletes and performers with eating disorders.
We organize supervision groups, an intimate and confidential space to share and exchange with other practitioners. Groups will consist of sharing cases, conceptualizing them, discussing tools and learning new skills and how to adapt treatment to best serve the athlete population. Learn the guidelines for best practices in the field.
Groups consist of sharing cases, improving clinical skills and learning about topics such as:
- Tailoring tools and strategies used in treatment to fit an athlete population.
- Working effectively with the treatment team and integrated support team (IST).
- Defining the limits around exercise and training.
Each supervision group is made up of 4 meetings lasting 90 minutes which take place via videoconference. Groups are led by Alexia de Macar, PhD, Sports Dietitian and Jodie Richardson, PhD, Psychologist, with a maximum of 10 participants.
Format: Each supervision group is made up of 4 meetings, lasting 90 minutes each, which take place via videoconference. Groups are led by Alexia de Macar, PhD, Sports Dietitian, and Jodie Richardson, PhD, clinical psychologist, with a maximum of 10 participants.
Language: This group will be conducted in English.
Continuing education credits: For dietitians/nutritionists in Quebec, the ODNQ recognizes professional supervision as a continuing education activity (1 hour per hour of mentorship, up to 15 hours for the reporting period). For professionals based outside of Quebec, a summary of your hours of participation can be provided for submission to your provincial board.