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Best Nutritionbusiness podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Nutritionbusiness podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Building a private practice, intuitive eating nutrition counseling skills, and marketing strategies to grow a business are just a few of the topics that Jennifer McGurk covers on the Pursuing Private Practice podcast. Featuring many dietitians that have been through the ups and downs of growing their own private practice specializing in intuitive eating, Jennifer McGurk is all about sharing other’s stories to inspire YOU that you can do it too. If you want to make an impact on client’s lives ...
 
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Did you know you don’t have to have clinical experience before opening up a private practice?! In today’s episode of the Pursuing Private Practice Podcast, Alex Raymond and I have a really honest conversation about clinical experience. Clinical experience is completely different from the experience of owning and running a private practice. So many …
 
In this episode, Robyn Goldberg and I are deep diving into the process of writing and publishing a book, and we focus specifically on the business aspect of this amazing endeavor. Robyn recently released a book, The Eating Disorder Trap: A Guide for Clinicians and Loved Ones. The book is awesome, and while I’m so excited for everyone to hear more a…
 
This is Elyse’s second appearance on the Pursuing Private Podcast, and I could not be more excited to welcome her back! We are celebrating the release of the 4th edition of Intuitive Eating. We talk about so many different aspects of Intuitive Eating in this episode. If you haven’t listened to her first episode on the podcast, The Evolution of Intu…
 
Today’s guest, Kirsten Ackerman, is a member of the Pursuing Private Practice for Intuitive Eating program and has built her own thriving private practice. She is the author of the incredible book, The Intuitive Eating Plan: A Body Positive Approach to Rebuilding Your Relationship With Food. Kirsten is a self-proclaimed multi-passionate entrepreneu…
 
This week on the Pursuing Private Practice Podcast, I’ve decided to re-air an episode that was originally out in March with Tamara Melton titled Diversity in Dietetics. This issue is so important to our field. With everything going on around the United States with the Black Lives Matter movement, I really do think that we have to start talking abou…
 
This week’s episode topic was requested by a listener! I always assume that if someone takes the time to email me about a topic, many more of you are wondering the same thing, so I am so excited to bring you today’s episode about pivoting in your business. Business owners usually pivot (change direction) for one of two reasons: they either want to …
 
Melainie Rogers is someone that I have looked up to for a very long time. I was lucky enough to get to know her while I was living in New York City, even though I wasn’t necessarily practicing in the eating disorder field like I am now. I’ve always known about her and her treatment center and I’m just in awe of what she’s built. It’s such an honor …
 
My guest today is Nicole Mareno, and this was her first ever podcast interview! And she does such a fantastic job. She explains her story, talks about everything she went through in her own recovery, discusses how she uses her special skills as a registered nurse to work in the field of eating disorder recovery, and how she integrates her work as a…
 
I’m so excited to finally bring you an episode with Stefani Reinold. She is one of my best business friends. We have had many different versions of this conversation privately, and we kept saying, “We should record this!” because we knew that it could be helpful to others as we are all processing our own version of the new normal with the COVID-19 …
 
This episode is about a topic that is near and dear to my heart: marketing yourself as an anti-diet intuitive eating dietitian. I really hope this message impacts you and helps you move forward in your business! Sometimes it seems like everyone out there is an anti-diet intuitive eating dietitian with a virtual practice, right?! So many of us have …
 
I felt so inspired after this interview with Alexis Demuth. Alexis’s story involves being laid off from her job and deciding to start her own business just a week before Coronavirus began to shut the country down! If you are in a similar situation, I hope that this interview gives you hope and inspiration and maybe even the courage to finally get i…
 
The timing of this episode is so perfect with what is going on in the world right now. The Coronavirus has forced many of us to take our practice online. We’re settling into a new normal, and many of us are beginning to think about how to serve our clients in a virtual way that creates an experience in online education. Stephanie and I recorded thi…
 
Fiona is the first guest that I interviewed post-Coronavirus outbreak. This episode is the perfect way to open up the really difficult conversations that we are going to be having moving forward as the crisis continues and both our clients and ourselves attempt to navigate the uncertainty. The work that we do with our clients is completely differen…
 
I’m taking some time today to talk about how I’m feeling, how my business is doing, and what I’m doing differently to best serve my clients. I hope this serves as an inspiration to you to think outside the box yourself right now: What can you do to serve your people? What do you need right now to take care of yourself? What do you need to do to be …
 
The topic of self-care is more important than ever, and Jennifer welcomes Anna Sweeney to better understand and define what it means, on this inspiring episode of the Pursuing Private Practice Podcast. Anna shares her journey of discovering Intuitive Eating while working as an eating disorder dietitian, and how she regrets the way she had been prev…
 
Sumner Brooks, founder of EDRDPro sits down with Jennifer on this inspiring episode of the Pursuing Private Podcast. You’ll hear Sumner’s journey of embracing Intuitive Eating, how a business idea kept her up all night, and how EDRDPro is uplifting the dietetics industry with training for eating disorder around the world. Together they begin with S…
 
Jennifer is thrilled to welcome Tamara Melton to share her game-changing mission of diversifying the dietetics industry, on this episode of the Pursuing Private Practice Podcast. Co-founder of Diversify Dietetics, a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing the racial and ethnic diversity in the field of nutrition, Tamara shares the story of i…
 
HAES® informed eating disorders dietitian Haley Goodrich joins Jennifer for an informative and heartwarming discussion on this episode of the Pursuing Private Practice Podcast. Co-founder of INSPIRD to SEEK, a community for weight-inclusive healthcare professionals, Haley shares her story of how she evolved to become an advocate and educator of the…
 
Anne Elizabeth Cundiff brings her 18 years of dietitian experience to this episode of the Pursuing Private Practice podcast, and shares with Jennifer how her passion has evolved to helping other dietitians on their journey of achieving career success. Anne recalls how early in her career in 1998, she didn’t have any support while pursuing her educa…
 
Jennifer is delighted to have Beth Rosen as her guest on this episode of the Pursuing Private Practice Podcast. As a non-diet Registered Dietitian for over 20 years, Beth shares her journey of gaining expertise in the area of digestive health within the niche of intuitive eating. From her early career in corporate wellness, Beth reflects on her dis…
 
Jennifer is joined by Paige Smathers, RDN, CD to explore the important topic of burnout for dietitians in private practice, and to share insightful and relevant strategies to prevent it. Together they explore the definition of burnout, and shine a light on the causes of it from not only the complexities of the dietitian industry and our clients, bu…
 
In this solo episode, Jennifer takes you on a deep dive about the topic of success as a dietitian business owner, and in particular, reflects on how success is defined by you personally. With the weight-inclusive, HAES and Intuitive Eating approach yet to become mainstream in our profession, the trend is seeing many dietitians moving to private pra…
 
Jennifer welcomes special guest and industry leader Elyse Resch for an inspiring and informative talk about the evolving movement of Intuitive Eating, and how it’s transforming the way Registered Dietitians practice in our field. Following Elyse’s Intuitive Eating presentation with Evelyn Tribole at FNCE 2019 with over 2,000 attendees, together Jen…
 
Jennifer welcomes back Elyssa Toomey, RD, following their popular episode, Top 10 Nutrition Counseling Strategies to Support Clients. In this episode, they continue their discussion with the topic of meal planning. Together, Elyssa and Jennifer break down the 5 benefits of meal planning, and how it gives clients permission to eat nourishing foods r…
 
Diana Rice, RD, LD, CLEC joins Jennifer to share how she became a Dietitian as a second career specializing in family nutrition after working in media as a journalist, in order to blend her passion for writing and food with her expertise in nutrition. Together, Diana and Jennifer discuss her path of discovering intuitive eating and how she already …
 
Alexis Conason, Psy.D., CEDS, joins Jennifer to discuss her behavioral approach to treating clients with binge eating disorder, and shares her journey of transitioning from a weight-centric to weight-inclusive, intuitive eating approach. When early in her career she discovered what wasn’t working with her patients, Alexis describes her discovery of…
 
Adina Pearson, RD and owner of Adina Pearson Nutrition joins Jennifer for a discussion and supervision session about her path of starting a private practice in a small community with a limited number of potential referrals. With a focus on eating disorders and food struggles, Adina’s goal is achieving a sustainable client load with work-life balanc…
 
In this episode of the Pursuing Private Practice Podcast, Kimmie Singh talks with Jennifer about the importance of understanding weight stigma as a dietitian and how weight stigma impacts our profession. She shares her insight on the importance of understanding bias, and how bias has impacted her a dietitian living in a larger body. Learn what we c…
 
Lindsay Stenovec, founder of the Intuitive Eating Moms Club shares how work-life balance can change and shift as you grow as both and entrepreneur and a parent. On this episode of the Pursing Private Practice podcast Lindsay shares how being a mom changes the way you run your business. She and Jennifer talk about support and community, "control", t…
 
Taylor Wolfram joins Jennifer McGurk on the Pursuing Private Practice podcast to talk about the intersections between Intuitive Eating and Health at Every Size® and veganism. Listen in as they discuss: How Taylor grew her business from part-time to full-time (and the reasons why she had to grow slow) How Health at Every Size® and ethical veganism i…
 
Julie Duffy Dillion, has a weight inclusive dietitian practice and discusses her journey as a dietitian and how she jumped into opening her own private practice and how her practice evolved over the years. She shares the importance of knowing what's best for your own private practice and why you need to learn to say no. Saying "no" is crucial to gr…
 
Jennifer shares her top 3 lessons she learned along the way on in investing in her business and helping her business grow. She shares her journey through her business growth and how each person has their own money story. Investing in your business can come in a variety of forms and Jennifer shares some examples of ways you can invest in your privat…
 
Libby Rothschild joins the Pursuing Private Practice podcast to talk about the importance of marketing and sales for your private practice. She also shares tips to find community in your business. In this episode you will learn: 1. How to authentically use your target audience to build community 2. How to sell services to clients 3. How to leverage…
 
Erica Leon joins the Pursuing Private Practice podcast to talk about her career in a “traditional dietetics” and her journey to Intuitive Eating and a non-diet approach. Learn how she found Intuitive Eating, how she works with clients from a Health at Every Size® approach, and how she niched down into working with women in mid-life. Erica takes us …
 
Jessica Setnick joins the Pursuing Private Practice podcast to discuss her journey to eating disorders private practice, as well as how dietitians can use professional speaking to enhance their career. In this episode you will hear how: • Jessica started her private practice specializing in eating disorders • She evolved to create products and serv…
 
Dietitians support clients in many ways throughout the intuitive eating journey. Nutrition counseling is always individualized and personalized for each individual client, however many clients need support in similar areas. Elyssa Toomey, RDN, RYT, Associate Dietitian at Eat With Knowledge, joins the conversation to talk about the top 10 strategies…
 
Welcome to the Pursuing Private Practice podcast! Just like clients go on a journey filled with many ups and downs to find peace with food, dietitians have a similar journey when building a business specializing in intuitive eating. In this first solo show, Jennifer McGurk talks about what to expect from the Pursuing Private Practice podcast. She t…
 
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