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Workshops for dietitians -Eating Disorders & Sports

Workshop 1: Troubles de l’alimentation en pratique privée : à Québec

date

Original start dates Friday, April 24th and Saturday, April 25th, 2020 POSTPONED – new dates to be determined

time

9am-5pm (Friday and Saturday)

location

Le Monastère des Augustines, 77, rue des Remparts,  Québec (QC) G1R 0C3 

cost

before April 1st 2020: 415$ +tx 
after April 1st 2020: 495$ +tx 

*Full reimbursement up until 30 days before the workshop start date. 

regisrtation

To register, please click on the following link:

 https://alexiademacar.com/fr/services/formations/formations-pour-dietetistes/troubles-de-lalimentation-en-pratique-privee/ 

Workshop 2: Troubles de l’alimentation & sport : à Montréal

date

Original start dates Friday May 29th and Saturday, May 30th, 2020 POSTPONED – new dates to be determined

time

9am-5pm (Friday and Saturday)

location

Connecte Psychology Montreal (202-4203 St. Catherine Street West)

cost

before May 1st, 2020: 415$ +tx  
after May 1st, 2020: 495$ +tx 

*Full reimbursement up until 30 days before the workshop start date. 

regisrtation

To register, please click on the following link:

 https://alexiademacar.com/fr/services/formations/formations-pour-dietetistes/troubles-de-lalimentation-sport/ 

Although sport is often synonymous with physical health and well-being, a focus on weight, body shape, and healthy eating habits can contribute to an increased risk of developing an eating disorder. Many athletes with eating disorders go undiagnosed, viewing their symptoms as “normal” in the context of their sport. However the suffering and negative consequences of an eating disorder are very real for them both as a person, and as an athlete. 

To address these issues, two new training workshops have been developed to educate and better equip dietitians working with individuals who may have eating disorders

The workshops will be led by sports nutritionist Alexia de Macar, and psychologist  Jodie Richardson. Alexia and Jodie each have over a decade of experience in the field and have worked together for many years to help athletes of all levels overcome their eating disorders. Both workshops will be offered in French, and will take place in Quebec City April 24-25, and in Montreal on May 29-30.

Read their article, l’image corporelle chez l’athlète: https://www.ordrepsy.qc.ca/web/ordre-des-psychologues-du-quebec/-/image-corporelle-chez-l-athlete

Workshop 1: Troubles de l’alimentation en pratique privée à Québec le 24-25 avril, 2020: https://alexiademacar.com/fr/services/formations/formations-pour-dietetistes/troubles-de-lalimentation-en-pratique-privee/ 

Workshop 2: Troubles de l’alimentation & sport à Montréal le 29-30 mai, 2020: https://alexiademacar.com/fr/services/formations/formations-pour-dietetistes/troubles-de-lalimentation-sport/ 

About the author

Jodie Richardson received her PhD in Clinical Psychology at McGill University, in Montreal, Quebec, and is a founding member and psychologist at Connecte Montreal Psychology Group. The team at Connecte loves writing about ways to boost our mental health and bring psychology into our everyday lives. For more helpful tips, check out Connecte’s blogs, podcast, follow @connectepsychology on Instagram or like us on Facebook.