Training

Training

Consultation & Supervision

Approved Supervision for iaedp CEDS Credential

As an iaedp Approved Supervisor, I am deeply committed to training and supporting other Registered Dietitians looking to expand their clinical knowledge and professional expertise in the field of eating disorders. I offer individual, dyad and group supervision and will support you through both the certification process and exam preparation.

What does it mean to be a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist (CEDS)?

The Certified Eating Disorder Specialist (CEDS) credential is a peer-reviewed credential issued by the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals (iaedp) that identifies medical (MD, RN) and healthcare professionals (RD, PhD, PsyD, LPC) who have completed extensive training and passed an examination demonstrating their expertise in the treatment of eating disorders.

Professionals pursuing the CEDS credential require supervision by a qualified professional who has received approval from iaedp’s Certification Committee.

What can Kerri offer as your
Approved Supervisor?

Ready to become a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist?

If you would like to become CEDS certified to gain education and supervised experience and earn a credential that enables you to stand out as an eating disorder professional, let’s talk!

All sessions are virtual via a secure client portal and supervisees can be located anywhere in the United States. Supervision can be individual, dyad or group. If you are interested in dyad or group and need additional supervisees, matching may be available based on availability.

Visit iaedp for complete requirements.
Approved Supervisors: Options & Guidelines

Training & Speaking

Presentations and trainings range from 45 minutes to 8 hours and are evidence-based, interactive and offer immediate action items you can put into practice right away! We can also customize a presentation for your needs.

Training & Speaking

Presentations and trainings range from 45 minutes to 8 hours and are evidence-based, interactive and offer immediate action items you can put into practice right away! We can also customize a presentation for your needs.

Topics include:

Prevention, detection & early intervention of pediatric & adolescent eating disorders

Setting goal weights & achieving weight restoration in clients with restrictive eating disorders

Parenting without diet culture

Keeping diet culture out of the classroom/out of sports

Preventing weight-based harm

A clinician’s guide to providing weight inclusive & anti-diet care

Combatting “picky eating”

Fueling young athletes

Responsive feeding & intuitive eating

Community Education

Main Line Center for Eating Disorders values body diversity, food neutrality and the importance of having a positive relationship with food, body and movement. We have seen well-intentioned wellness messages have unintended negative outcomes on too many students’ psychical and psychological health - often progressing into disordered eating and eating disorders.

We are passionate about making a positive change in how children and adolescents learn to respect and nourish their bodies while reducing the risks associated with dieting, weight cycling and body dissatisfaction.

Promoting a healthy relationship with food and body image is essential for the mental well-being of young athletes. Sports nutrition plays a valuable role in optimizing physical and mental performance, preventing injuries, supporting growth and establishing lifelong healthy habits. Well-nourished students who feel confident and comfortable in their bodies are better equipped to concentrate and perform both on and off the playing field. Main Line Center for Eating Disorders is uniquely qualified to provide evidence-based, age-appropriate nutrition education, coaching and training for your community group, school or athletic program.

Student
education

Age-appropriate nutrition education that protects and promotes intuitive eating, body respect and joyful movement while recognizing dangerous messages associated with diet culture.

Parent
Coaching

Guidance that gives parents the tools to raise competent eaters who have positive relationships with food and body as well as energy to grow, play and compete.

Staff
Training

Small groups of parents, coaches or students can delve deeper into specific topics of interest with the guidance of a specialized clinician and unique syllabus customized to the group’s preferences and needs.

Newsletters
& Blogs

Age-appropriate nutrition education that protects and promotes intuitive eating, body respect and joyful movement while recognizing dangerous messages associated with diet culture.

Group Sessions
& Discussion Series

Age-appropriate nutrition education that protects and promotes intuitive eating, body respect and joyful movement while recognizing dangerous messages associated with diet culture.

All bodies

are good bodies

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