Integrating Nutrition Into Practice – Behavior Change & Motivational Interviewing

— Course —

Sponsored by

The American Nutrition Association

Start Date

May 8, 2024


$ 79

Multiple days?


CEUs avail?


For which accreditation?

CME – Continuing Medical Education (ACCME, AOA, AMA, AAFP)
CNS – Certified Nutrition Specialist (BCNS)


Holly Lucille, ND, RN • Jessica Titchenal, DCN, MS, CNS, CN • David B. Wright, MD


This interactive professional training program explores the essential intersections of behavior change, motivational interviewing, and personalized nutrition. In this course, healthcare professionals will delve into the intricacies of guiding individuals toward healthier dietary choices and lifestyle changes. Motivational interviewing is a flexible and evidence-based approach to enhancing individuals’ autonomy and intrinsic motivation, addressing ambivalence, supporting self-efficacy, promoting sustainable change, fostering collaboration and empowerment, and maintaining a non-confrontational and non-judgmental stance. These qualities make it a valuable and widely used approach for helping individuals make positive and lasting changes in their lives. Participants will master behavior change theories and motivational interviewing for effective client interactions.

his is the twelfth and final course in the Integrating Nutrition into Practice series. Completion of all twelve courses meets the eligibility requirements to sit for the Certified Personalized Nutrition Practitioner examination.

Access to this course expires one year from the date of purchase.

The American Nutrition Association designates this enduring material for a maximum of AMA PRA Category 2.25 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

The Board for Certification of Nutrition Specialists designates this activity for 2.25 Continuing Education credits for Certified Nutrition Specialists as Participation in a Professional & Structured Educational Activity.

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