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Clinical Supervision for Dietitians

Talia offers clinical supervision for nutritional professionals who support people through eating disorder and disordered eating recovery. Clinical supervision isn't a requirement of the HCPC, however it is strongly recommended in guidance from governing bodies such as the British Dietetic Association (BDA) and Quality Network for Eating Disorders (QED).

Clinical supervision helps promote reflective practice and ethical standards, and develop expertise in an area of dietetic practice. Since working and specialising in eating disorders, Talia has continued to engage in her own monthly clinical supervision and therapy to further develop her skills and practice. 

Talia is able to offer supervision to all nutrition professionals including registered dietitians, registered nutritionists and nutritional therapists. 

Relevant further training:

  • Elevating Dietetic Supervision (Fiona Sutherland & Lisa Pearl)

  • Clinical Supervision (HETI)

  • Student Supervision (USYD) Workshops

 

Outside of the TCN Clinic, she also manages a team of health professionals in her role as the Therapy Lead for eating disorders at the Nightingale Hospital.

About Talia
(as a clinical supervisor)

Talia graduated from University in 2012, and has worked as a clinical dietitian since then. She has worked in the specialist area of eating disorders and disordered eating since 2015 and works through a non-diet, weight inclusive approach. She has worked with both children and adolescents in the past, however Talia currently supports people of 16 + years.

 

Talia has worked in both Australia and the UK in the public and private inpatient, day patient and outpatient settings and has worked as a private practice dietitian since 2019. 

Talia is committed to her own continual professional development and has completed training in motivational interviewing, CBT-E, FBT and is a Master Practitioner in Eating Disorders & Obesity (NCFED).

You can see a full list of Talia's qualifications and training here.

Talia is passionate about providing learning opportunities to student dietitians and dietetic and nutrition colleagues. Basically, she loves teaching about non-diet nutrition!

About Supervision

Talia has a flexible approach to clinical supervision to best make use of supervision sessions, which are relaxed, non-judgmental and a safe space to offload, learn or discuss client cases. As the supervisee, you will come to the session with a rough agenda, and my role is to provide a space to explore whatever you bring to the session. 

Clinical supervision is available in both 30 minute (£50) and 60 minute (£100) sessions which are booked and paid in advance using an online booking system. 

If you are interested in finding out more or have any other questions, please feel free to get in touch and Talia can send more information and the booking link via email.

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