Professional Supervision for Dietitians

A Confidential Space to Explore Your Practice.

Professional supervision provides a space for you to reflect on and extend your practice in a non-judgmental and supportive way.

Perfect for early career dietitians new to eating disorders, private practice or who want to develop a trauma-informed, non-diet and weight-inclusive practice.

Professional Supervision Will Help You

Meet Your Supervisor, Nicole Kopel

Attending supervision myself for the past 8 years has been imperative to my practice and enabled me to continue working and growing as a dietitian.

I have experience in community health dietetics and health promotion, however, the majority of my time working as a dietitian has been in private practice, both my own and in group practice. My practice Eat in Peace caters exclusively to people with eating disorders, disordered eating, mental health and body image concerns.

I enjoy providing professional supervision to early career and new graduate dietitians. Particularly, those who are beginning to work in the areas of eating disorders, private practice, and who aim to take a trauma-informed, non-diet and weight-inclusive approach to the care of their clients.

Think we’d be a good fit?

Nicole Kopel is the Eat in Peace Dietitian in Melbourne assisting people with Eating Disorders and concerns with body image, weight, and eating behaviours. She is wearing a green cardigan and is sitting crossed legged in front of a palm tree.
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Here’s How Clinical Supervision Works

1. 15-minute ‘Good Fit’ call

Send me an inquiry to book a complimentary Zoom call to see if we are a good fit.

During this call, I’ll explain what you can expect during a supervision session with me, session fees and answer any of your questions.

2. Supervision onboarding

If you’d like to proceed, I’ll book you in for your first supervision session and send you a supervision contract and intake form.

These need to be completed and returned before our first meeting.

3. Meet for supervision!

I recommend meeting approximately monthly. Supervision sessions are 50 minutes long and we’ll meet over Zoom or in person.

Between sessions, you are welcome to contact me with any practice concerns, and we can organise additional sessions if needed.

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My Tips for Effective Supervision

Feel Supported in Your Practice

Arrange your 15-minute Professional Supervision Good Fit call.