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PRODUCTS & SERVICES FOR EXPERTS
As a nutrition and health professional, you know how helpful it can be to learn from others who have been where you are. Whether you're looking for already-done-for-you curriculum you can implement immediately, or if you're looking for some guidance about your professional pursuits, the team at Positive Nutrition has you covered. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions.
POSITIVE NUTRITION ACADEMY WEBINARS FOR DIETITIANS
Each month, Paige teaches a webinar on various topics within the realm of nutrition, intuitive eating, mindfulness and more. Many of the webinars are geared toward dietitians and offer 1-2 CEU credit. Sign up for the live webinars and you'll get access to them after the fact as well or previously recorded webinars are also available through the Positive Nutrition Academy.
Paige has consulted with dietitians, therapists, students, and other professionals in the health space about a wide variety of topics.
Paige provides one-on-one professional coaching sessions aimed at getting your practice off to the right start. She offers expert advice about podcasting, marketing, social media, building a successful online course, website design, business planning, philosophy, mission, budgeting, SEO, strategic goal planning, ideas for collaborating with other health professionals and more in sessions tailored for YOU and your needs.
Investing in yourself and your business as you're in the planning stages or planning to take things to next level is the single best thing you could do to prepare for a fulfilling, rewarding, and thriving career. Mentoring is also appropriate for someone considering pursuing a career in dietetics with questions about options.
$120 for 55 minute session.
A DIETITIAN'S GUIDE TO STARTING A PRIVATE PRACTICE
A Dietitian's Guide to Starting a Private Practice was absolutely essential to Paige's practice getting off on the right foot. She was such a fan that she wrote in to the author and told her about her positive experience and the author ended up asking if Paige would contribute to her second edition and elaborate more about some of the aspects of practice that differ from hers. This is a fantastic resource for any dietitian who is thinking about starting a private practice.