Located in the Member’s section , this is a great place to post questions and share advice with others.
FREE and unlimited access to Resource Professionals in all 4 areas of practice:
Jean Daniello, MS, RDN, LDN, CDE (2017-2019)
Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities Resource Professional
Haley Goodrich, RD, LDN, CEDRD (2018-2020)
Eating Disorders Resource Professional
Ashley Lytwyn, MS, RDN (2019-2021)
Addictions Resource Professional
Theresa Carmichael, RD (2020-2022)
Mental Health Resource Professional
As a member benefit, BHN has dedicated a page open to the public to connect groups and organizations with nutrition professionals for speaking engagements and/or presentations. To participate, submit a current headshot, your credentials, and your speaking topics/areas of expertise to firstname.lastname@example.org.
BHN promotes networking opportunities with dietetic professionals who have similar professional interests and experiences. Join the EML, Forums, and upcoming live events to share with your peers.
Free Continuing Education
FREE Continuing Education credits – just for reading the BHNewsletter! The BHNewsletter provides continuing education opportunities, concentrating on one Behavioral Health practice area each quarter. Look for more information in the Members Only area to read articles and take quizzes online! Select categories 200 and 720 of the Professional Development Portfolio Guide for credit.
Check out the Member Area for Case Studies with CEUs available.
A discount on BHN’s tools for better practice: The Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Resource CD. The Psychiatric Resource CD is in revision process.
Check out the Member Marketplace in under the Shopping tab. This is a great place for members to post books, guides, and business services such as training and web-based resources that they have developed. We provide a link right to your site so all sales proceeds go directly to you.
Standards of Practice and Professional Performance
The opportunity to participate in the process of improving Standards of Practice and Standards of Professional Performance for Dietitians in Behavioral Health Care, working toward a future with the possible creation of Specialty Certification Exams in each of our four practice areas.
Opportunities for Involvement
BHN is your practice group, so get involved! If you want to develop your leadership skills, meet people, or learn how BHN operates, you can volunteer to work with us on a project.
BHN Student Committee
BHN Students now have a Facebook group where they share ideas and create opportunities for involvement in the DPG.
If you’re a student looking to become more involved in BHN, you can contact our Student Liaison Chair at BHN@eatright.org
BHN has a great presence on a variety of social media outlets. Make sure to follow us for the most up to date information!
We hope that you find your membership in BHN to be the best investment you have made for your career this year! We look forward to hearing from you!