Educational Series: Professional Education
45-60 minute professional enrichment webinars, created with the Professional Community Member in mind; however, Personal Community Members are welcome to attend.
Continuing Education Credit: Eligible
Those who attend the event live or watch the recording will receive a Certificate of Completion that may be used to apply for Continuing Education Credits with the accrediting body of their choice.
, 2023 Date: Wednesday, February 22
Time: 12:00 - 1:00 pm Eastern Time
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Most of the research on Mindful Eating has been done with women, and most practitioners and teachers are most experienced serving females.
Attend this session to learn how to make your content more gender inclusive and relevant to all people.
We’ll review what the research shows, and where further inquiry is needed, as well as consider practical tips for connecting with ALL people.
Articulate the gaps in knowledge regarding how to serve people of all genders regarding Mindful Eating.
Specify the reasons why we must ensure our content can resonate with men and non-binary people.
Develop additional skills for how to ensure ME teachings can be relevant for all.
Caitlin Hildebrand, MSHAIL, MSN, AGPCNP-BC, Nurse Practitioner, RYT500, is Clinic Director in Integrative Health at the San Francisco VA, where she practices Integrative Medicine and Primary Care, teaches yoga and mindfulness, and developed and leads a Mindful and Intuitive Eating program for veterans and staff.
NP Hildebrand began her career in inpatient psychiatric nursing, including on eating disorders units. She has taught
for numerous healthcare organizations and conferences throughout the US, and published the book "Un-Less: Mindful Journaling for Body Positivity, Mindfulness and Unconditional Self Love". She has a breadth of knowledge in health and wellness, with a Medical
Fellowship from the Weil Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona, Bachelors' degrees in Psychology and Nursing, from Swarthmore College and University of Pennsylvania, Masters in Nursing and Healthcare Administration from University of
Pennsylvania and UCSF, is a PhD candidate at the University of Colorado in Veteran and Military Healthcare, and is an assistant Clinical Professor for UCSF.
She graduated with a Yoga Alliance Certification from Yoga to the People and Holistic Yoga Coach training from Purusha Yoga School. She also completed group facilitator training from the Center for Mind-Body Medicine and UCSD Center for Mindfulness, and coursework in trauma focused yoga from Veterans Yoga Project, Inversions at Baptiste Yoga and Yoga for Grief at The Center, all in San Francisco.
She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, near the Russian River, with her husband and cat, under the redwoods.
You can find more about her in her webpage: Hom Heaven Health