Education & Nutrition Therapy for Eating Disorders
Page Love presented at the iaedp Miami and iaedp South
Florida conference about “The Role of Exercise in the Treatment of Eating
Page Love, MS, RD, CSSD, LD
Sport Nutritionist and Dietician
- To increase competence in implementing effective movement strategies for ED clients;
- To identify three ways to identify nutrition and medical concerns regarding exercise with ED clients;
- Enhance knowledge and skills for working with ED clients around both exercise resistance and over-exercise; and
- Implement mindful exercise and fueling concepts through reviewing current literature on this topic.
Page Love attended the SEED conference (South Eating Disorders Conference) in
Destin, FL, and is pictured here with other Georgia professional attendees.
Page Love presented “Mindful Fueling and Movement: Creative Ways to Address Exercise Overexercise/Resistance While Integrating a Non Diet Fueling Message” at the 8th Annual Eating Recovery Center Foundation Eating Disorders Conference in Denver, Colorado, on August 13.
Sharing news from Renfrew:
ONLINE REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
Perspectives and Beyond: Eating Disorders Across
the Lifespan and In Diverse Populations
NOVEMBER 11 - 13, 2016, Philadelphia Airport Marriott
Conference 2016 will examine developmental
stages and transitions, race and ethnic diversity, gender and sexual identity
issues. The Program will explore the influence of maladaptive attachment, the
impact of trauma and the marginalization of self – all of which may keep
clients stuck and unable to access potential pathways towards healing and
Page Love was a featured speaker at the 25th Annual Renfrew Center Foundation Conference for Professionals in November in Philadelphia, with this workshop (click here to download the brochure):
Nutritionand Eating Disorders: Past, Present, and Future
Sondra Kronberg, MS, RD, CDN, CEDRD & Page Love, MS, RD, LD, CSSD
Page Love and Sondra Kronberg speaking at workshop:
IFEDD Dietitians Gathering at the Renfrew Conference: L to R are Page Love, Angela Grassi, Jessica Setnick, and Hien Nguyen-Le:
Many thanks and congratulations to all who participated in Merrick's Walk! The NutriFit team had 20 walkers this year, who helped the event to raise 29,000 to benefit Eating Disorders Information Network (myedin.org)! Shown at left are members of the NutriFit team, and at right, EDIN board members Page Love and Reagan Bush working at the registration area.
The next RD/Therapist networking meeting will be December 2 at 11:30 at theRenfrew Center. The meeting will be about "Leaning into Emotiuons ... A Cutting Edge, Evidence Based Treatment for Eating Disorders," presented by Gayle Brooks, PhD. Please mark your calendars now, and download the flyer here!
Page Love will be a featured speaker at the 25th Annual Renfrew Center Foundation Conference for Professionals, to be help in November in Philadelphia, with this workshop (click here to download the brochure):
Nutrition and Eating Disorders: Past, Present, and Future
Sondra Kronberg, MS, RD, CDN, CEDRD & Page Love, MS, RD, LD, CSSD
Page Love was interviewed by youthletic.com about warning signs that parents can spot about a developing eating disorder. Read it here!
|Page Love with Tara Arnold, PhD and Becca Clegg, LPC, experiencing goat therapy at Rosewood Ranch, Wickenburg, AZ.|| |
Nutrifit was a sponsor of the 2015 CelebrityDance Challenge fundraising event to benefit EDIN. Shown left to right are Haleigh Hughes, EDINjunior board member; Caitlin Gaynor, past Nutrifit dietitian; Page Love, founder and president of Nutrifit and current EDIN boardpresident; and Jessica Baker, PhD, therapist.
Page Love participated in a Love Your Body Month panel discussion, shown below. Click on the flyer image to see more details!
Below, Page Love co-presented (with Melissa Sparks, MAMFT, marriage and family therapist) "HeSays…She Says: Managing Relationship, Nutrition and Fitness Issues" at the 24th Annual RenfrewCenter Foundation Conference for Professionals, November 14-16, 2014 inPhiladelphia, titled Feminist Relational Perspectivesand Beyond: The “Practice” of Practice.
Below, Page Love talks about "Performance,Your Body, and You" for about 250 upperclassmen boys at Atlanta's Woodward Academy, as part of a panel presentation on behalf of EDIN. She co-presented with Kensa Gunter, PhD, sportpsychologist and Ryan Schwerzmann, LMFT, family therapist from ACE.
EDIN news recently featured a spotlight on Page Love.
Check out Page Love's informative tips for dealing with compulsive exercise on the Oliver-Pyatt Centers blog.
May 6 was International No Diet Day ... EDIN and ACE hosted a "Scrap Your Scale" event onMay 10. You can visit the Facebook page, and download this flyer about the event. Plus, here is a handy list of Top Ten Reasons Not to Weight Yourself.
- Leighton Jordan (Miss Georgia 2012) talks about smashing her scale and invites everyone to "Scrap Your Scale" in this FOX Atlanta news story.
Here is the Nutrifit Sport Therapy team at the event!
Read this article by Page Love about a disordered eating case study, from The Renfrew Center's Perspectives newsletter.
Eighth-grader Kara Haim interviewed Page Love and created this video as part of a semester project, which included writing a research paper and creating a website about eating disorders. Visit her site here.
Watch this interview with Miss Georgia about her struggles with eating from WRBL News 3. Also read more on the News 3 site, and in the Ledger-Inquirer, including interviews with Page Love. Here is Leighton Jordan expressing herself about recovery:
Page Love was recently interviewed about the recovery of Leighton Jordan, Miss Georgia. See a video and access the article from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution here. The full article is available to AJC subscribers, but there is a version of its content here, minus the photos.
See CNN's "Child eating disorders on the rise," in which Page Love is quoted as an expert.
Anna Tanner, MD (second from left), and Page Love (far right) enjoyed hearing Dina Zeckhausen, PhD (far left), and Anita Johnston, PhD (second from right) speak on "Creative Ways to Work with Eating Disorder Clients" in Atlanta in May. For more information on this topic, visit: focustreatmentcenters.com.
Download the "Eating Disorders in Athletes" educational flyer here!
An article by Page Love was featured in the September 2010 e-newsletter of edin (Eating Disorders Information Network). Click here to download the handout about reasons not to weight yourself.
Read Page Love's new article about protein alternatives for a balanced diet, appearing now in Best Self Atlanta.
Check out the Groups page for helpful groups sessions on a variety of nutritional topics!
Now available is a set of useful handouts about handling overexercise issues, body image, dealing with food fears, mindful eating, decreasing obsessional behavior, and more.
Click here to download the order form!
Stop yo-yo dieting and the binge-purge cycle.
Vast experience lets us deal caringly and effectively with disordered eating, food obsessions and fears, and related health issues…we’re here to help.
Nutrition counseling for:
Nutritherapy sessions are offered individually or in a group setting and provide practical tips and techniques that are immediately useful. We focus on each individual’s specific needs and work to improve energy levels, raise metabolism, meet essential nutrient needs, and decrease food obsessions.
- binge eating
- compulsive overeating
Learn to get in touch with emotional eating and hunger using a “non-diet” approach.
Past and current clients include:
- ANAD: National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders
- Atlanta Center for Eating Disorders
- Eating Disorders Information Network
- The Renfrew Center
- SAFE Recovery Systems
- Summit Ridge Center for Psychiatry