Your profile picture
1. Make sure your profile picture is up to date and reflects how you look on a daily basis i.e., your hair, glasses, makeup, and so on. If you do change your appearance drastically, consider taking a fresh picture to ensure clients recognise you at their appointment.
2. Use a high-resolution image
The ideal size for your profile picture is 400 x 400 pixels. Larger file sizes are also fine (although 8MB is the max), but try to avoid small, low-resolution images.
Ideally, a plain white/neutral colour background is best.
Example – Your image will be placed into a similar format below:
Your biography Your biography is your chance to convey your work experience, your educational background and relevant qualifications. This is also a chance to show clients your personality and how you can help them and why you are passionate about providing nutritional advice.
Suggested areas to include;
About you: Your profession, your personality and your background.
Your professional approach: Patient-centred, motivational interviewing etc
Your education and qualifications: Plus any CPD certificates if relevant.
The consultation process: What can the client expect from the initial and follow up consultations.
Areas of specialism: Do you specialise in a specific field for example paediatrics, eating disorders etc?
The biography is 1000 characters in length.