My approach to nutrition counseling is centered around building trust and understanding of each client’s unique needs to ensure they receive the best care possible in their path towards recovery. I became a dietitian because of my love for food and genuine human connection. When working with me, you can expect a judgement-free, empathetic, and safe space to support you in developing a better relationship with food and your body.
I work with individual clients and their support systems, including other treatment team providers, families, school staff, and loved ones, to ensure my clients are receiving the support they need in their recovery journey. I provide nutrition counseling and education services, including meal planning and support, recipes, and grocery shopping tips to help clients and their parents learn how to adequately nourish themselves and foster a more positive relationship with food and their bodies. While my approach is individualized to meet each client's unique needs, there are numerous principles that have set the foundation for my practice, including weight inclusivity, Health at Every Size® and Intuitive Eating. This involves a flexible, kind way of choosing what to eat and when, without guilt, shame or restrictions, ultimately improving your relationship with food.