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Nutrition for Health Professionals, Nutrititional Therapists and Health Coaches.  


Clinical Interventions When Working With Neurodivergent Clients and Disordered Eating for Nutritional Therapists

Date: 05.07.2024

Time: 9am - 1pm (4 hours)

Location: Online via Zoom



This course is tailored for professionals already engaged in the nutrition field, aiming to deepen their understanding of working with clients across the entire spectrum of disordered eating. Special emphasis is placed on recognizing the unique needs of Neurodivergent clients, ensuring support is provided in a person-centered manner.


Neurodiversity is complex. Nutritional deficiencies can exacerbate co-existing conditions that clients often present with, such as anxiety, depression, insomnia, and more.


While possessing the knowledge to create a balanced and healthy diet is essential, the ability to communicate this information effectively is equally crucial. Without the proper understanding, communication can potentially do more harm than good.

Guided by Lisa Smith, this course provides insights into identifying, communicating with, and supporting clients with diverse eating and neurodiverse patterns. The goal is to enhance compliance and optimize client outcomes by employing thoughtful and informed clinical interventions.


If you have any questions about the course content or entry requirments, please contact or call 01892 546773


Clinical Interventions When Working With Neurodivergent Clients and DE

  • Led by:

    Lisa Smith (BANT nutritionist & Snr Lecturer)


  • Friday, 05.07.2024, 9am-1pm



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