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Are you unsure of how to approach conversations with your students about food/health/nutrition? Do you worry about their ability to build a healthy relationship now with food, body, and mind to instill good habits that they can carry into adulthood?  

Lauren Dorman, Registered Dietitian and Nutrition Therapist, provides an inspirational presentation titled Building Confidence: Strategies to Empower Children & Teens to Have a Healthy Relationship With Food, Body, & Mind.

This educational program will teach your students lifelong skills to support their health and overall well-being.

Topics discussed in Lauren’s eye-opening workshops will include: 

·        Registered Dietitian vs. Nutritionist

·        Diet & Wellness Culture 

·        What Does Healthy Mean?

         Let's Play a Game: Myths vs. Facts!   

·        Food Morality: Are There Good & Bad Foods?

·        Emotional vs. Physical Hunger / Mindful Eating

·        Hunger & Fullness Scale

·        Building Meal & Snack Plates

·        The Impact of Social Media

         on Nutrition & Health

·        Body Image vs. Body Confidence 

·        Ten (10) Steps to a Positive Body Image 

·        Key Health Behaviors for Long-Term

         Mental, Physical, & Emotional Health

·        Additional Resources: Books

         & Online Downloads 

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“This was the best workshop at the NJEA convention because it challenged our thinking as both parents and educators. The presentation encouraged us to look outside of social norms while teaching the value of finding balance in our everyday life and how we feel about our bodies. Opening our eyes to the damage created by forcing unrealistic principles of healthy eating through the presentation will allow us to pave the way to teaching a growth mindset related to food and eating!”
“This was my favorite workshop!  You not only influenced me as a teacher, but as a mother who has a daughter who struggles with body image, and as individual who constantly obsesses over food and my image.  Thank you so much.  I am looking forward to more workshops from you.”
”I attended a workshop that I found quite phenomenal regarding how we approach nutrition education. This eye-opening workshop will guide teachers to view health and nutrition in a whole new way! Teachers will be able to integrate a weight-neutral health approach into curriculum.”

School trainings are available for teachers, students, and parents.

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Lauren can speak on nutrition, health, and body confidence topics for your school!

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