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Satter Division of Responsibility (sDOR)

Presented by the Ellyn Satter Institute (Kristen Schweers) | 18, 19, 20 September 2024

  • Starts 17 Sept
  • 795 Australian dollars
  • LIVE Online In-Person Training

Available spots


Service Description

Kristen Schweers (M.S Registered Dietician) from the Ellyn Satter Institute presents 12 hours of LIVE in-person online training in Satter Division of Responsibility (sDOR) for Eating Disorders (September) | Zoom TITLE: Satter Division of Responsibility (sDOR) for Eating Disorders TRAINING SUMMARY: This workshop will familiarize participants with the Satter Feeding Dynamics model (fdSatter) as well as the Satter Eating Competence model (ecSatter), to help participants better support their clientele in navigating feeding concerns. We will explore the basics to the feeding models, barriers to implementation, and how to use the models in more complicated populations, such as those with eating disorders. Participants will be given the opportunity to walk through case studies as well as plenty of space for Q&A to problem solve more unique situations. LEARNING OUTCOMES: • Participants will be able to accurately name and teach the components of the Satter Division of Responsibility (sDOR) in Feeding • Participants will be able to name 3 common feeding problems and strategies to overcome them. • Participants will be able to name 3 ways Eating Competence and sDOR can be used to treat eating disorders. ABOUT THE PRESENTER: Kristen Schweers is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist who runs a private nutrition counseling practice in Washington State, in the United States. Her passion for nutrition counseling comes from a genuine love of food and people. Kristen’s expertise in the field has developed over the last decade working in mental health and various wellness settings. Over the years she has worked in every level of care and with all ages for eating disorder treatment, but most recently has focused her work on adolescents and their families. Kristen's work is focused through the lens of weight inclusivity, social justice, and anti-discrimination. Kristen’s mission is to help others break free from diet culture, learn to love their relationship with food, and prevent eating disorders in teens and young adults.


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