When: Thursday, 8/8 @ 1pm ET
Speaker: Amanda Lambrechts, MS, RD, LN
For many dietitians, quitting their job right away to start a private practice is not always feasible. Often dietitians will stay at their jobs while they start building their practice. This webinar provides best practices for balancing the two, time management tips, and guidelines for prioritizing your time.
Learning Objectives: By the end of this webinar participants should be able to….
- Feel less overwhelmed and more confident in taking on a side business.
- Manage your time in a way that is productive in reaching your goals.
- Reach and impact your ideal client.
Amanda Lambrechts, MS, RD, LN is a South Dakota based Intuitive Eating Registered Dietitian and licensed nutritionist. She obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition and Food Science from South Dakota State University. From there, she relocated to Illinois State University for two years to complete her dietetic internship and Master of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences. After graduating, she moved back to South Dakota to be closer to family and start her dietetics career as a clinical dietitian. Amanda has also taught an online course for South Dakota State University for the last 2 years. After working primarily with inpatients and long-term care facilities for nearly two years, she accepted a new position as a retail dietitian with a grocery store chain. Around the same time, she started her virtual private practice and blog, Spilling the Beans Nutrition. In her private practice, she helps people make peace with food who have a history of eating disorders, disordered eating, or yo-yo dieting. Since starting her private practice and blog, she has been featured in SELF Magazine, as a recurring guest on Keloland Living, and as a guest speaker at the South Dakota Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Conference. Outside of nutrition, she loves spending time with her family and yellow Labrador, traveling, and yoga.
CEU Codes: 1120, 7070, 1070