May 27, 2024

#78 - Kim Rose: What Behavior Consulting Can Learn From Nutrition

In this week’s interview episode, we’re reaching beyond the animal care industry and speaking with Kim Rose, a dually certified diabetes care & education specialist and nutrition support clinician who blends evidenced-based practice with lived experience and cultural inclusivity. There is so much we can learn from other fields when it comes to care of our pets, ourselves, and our clients.
 
In this episode, you’re going to hear Emily and Kim talk about:
  • Fiber is magical
  • How to strike the balance between sustainability and efficacy
  • There are many paths up the data collection mountain
  • Nutrition, like behavior, is a study of one
  • Boundary setting for ourselves and our clients

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Meet the Guest

Kim Rose

Kim is a dually certified diabetes care & education specialist and nutrition support clinician who blends evidenced-based practice with lived experience and cultural inclusivity. After graduating from Florida State University, Kim volunteered for one year, living and working amongst underserved populations in various areas of Alabama. 

 

As a nationally recognized nutrition expert, Kim has been featured in the Huffington Post, Forbes, the New York Times, and numerous magazine and broadcast television outlets. Her inclusive approach and philosophy revolve around “making nutrition easy and attainable.” 

 

With over a decade of experience, Kim has taught thousands of clients, patients, and their family members how to enjoy the foods they love without compromising their health. She does this by uprooting common food-related misconceptions in her private nutrition practice and empowers her clients to build sustainable (and tasty) eating patterns for better blood sugar management.



Meet the Hosts

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Allie Bender, CDBC, CPDT-KA, SBA

Allie Bender is a Certified Dog Behavior Consultant, Certified Professional Dog Trainer- Knowledge Assessed, and a Shelter Behavior Affiliate. She has been in the animal welfare industry since 2006 and professionally training since 2012. She is the founder and co-owner of Pet Harmony, co-author of Canine Enrichment for the Real World, and a national speaker.

While in the animal sheltering industry, Allie realized that her passion lied in helping pets with maladaptive behaviors. Specifically, she wanted to help prevent animals with rehabilitatable problems from being euthanized. She loves working with dogs and cats displaying stranger danger, resource guarding, and leash reactivity. Her favorite thing about working with pets and their people is seeing relationships grow and seeing harmonious households develop.

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Emily Strong, CDBC, SBA

Emily Strong is a Certified Dog Behavior Consultant and Shelter Behavior Affiliate. She has been in the animal welfare industry since 1990 and has been a behavior consultant since 2008. She is the co-owner of Pet Harmony, co-author of Canine Enrichment for the Real World, and a national speaker. 

Emily started working with animals at a young age and struggled with the notion that you have to hurt, scare, or intimidate animals to help them. When she discovered the behavior sciences and learned that it wasn’t necessary to do so– that we can care for emotional, mental, and physical health simultaneously– she plunged headfirst into animal behavior. Emily loves helping current and prospective behavior professionals and working with pet parents through our in-depth services. She enjoys working with all species.

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