EDucate strives to provide education, raise awareness, and offer resources regarding eating disorders and disordered eating to students at SFSU and the community. Our goal is to provide valuable knowledge regarding an array of eating disorders which will be beneficial to dietetic students and their future clients.
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We are happy to announce that we will be having Kate Haisch, MA, RD, CHT, as our guest speaker on March 19th from 1 -2 pm. Kait will be telling us all about her journey as a dietitian, and her experiences helping patients with eating disorders. She is an amazing current SF State lecturer! She also runs her own private practice, you can visit her website at https://www.katehaisch.com/ to learn more. The Zoom link for this meeting will be shown below or you can also visit EDucate's Instagram bio.
More about Kate Haisch, MA, RD, CHT
Kate Haisch is a Registered Dietitian who has worked in clinical, community, and private practice settings. Currently Kate has a private practice in Half Moon Bay where she helps clients achieve their nutrition and health goals through a combination of motivational interviewing and therapeutic hypnosis. Kate has worked extensively in eating disorders and is passionate about helping to prevent the onset of this painful disease. Therefore she spends much of her free time volunteering in local schools to help get students excited about nutrition while developing healthy eating habits. Kate also trained in the culinary arts at the San Francisco Cooking School and enjoys teaching people how to prepare healthy and delicious meals. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of California at Santa Cruz as well as a Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree in Consumer Family Studies/Dietetics from San Francisco State University. Kate lives in Half Moon Bay with her husband, two boys, dog, and very old cat.
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