ACA - LrgJPEG.jpg


  • Dietitians often times have minimal or no training in counseling skills or an understanding of the therapeutic process, various treatment modalities (CBT, DBT, ACT, etc.), or the complexity of varying mental health concerns in which many individuals with eating disorders may experience (co-morbid disorders).

At A Collaborative Approach, we understand the benefits of having two disciplines supervising those in the process of obtaining their CEDS.

Sign up for our newsletter and get free  access to a Role Play between Meredith and Jill!

Thanks for submitting!

  • Similarly, therapists have minimal training in the importance of nutrition intervention in the treatment of eating disorders and lack understanding how nutrition counseling and adequate nutrition plays a crucial role in the recovery process (healing the brain, balanced nutrition, nutrition education, etc.). 


Why not have two CEDS

(LPC & RDN) supervise you

at the same time?

IAEDP requires 75% of ones supervision hours from their respective field. At A Collaborative Approach, you will be able to receive at least 50% of your required hours through both a therapist and dietitian. 50% of your hours can come from group supervision!

What we offer:


Joint supervision group-$85/group 

Upcoming dates:

July 29th 

10-11:30 CST/11-12:30 EST

August 26th 

10-11:30 CST/11-12:30 EST

Click the button below to register!


Please email

for additional information. 

We look forward to supporting you in your journey to becoming a

CEDS dietitian or therapist!


Continuing to support your growth and development in the eating disorders field!