Corinne Dobbas, MS, RD
I specialize in helping clients break free from the mental, emotional, and physical toll of chronic dieting, various levels of disordered eating, and body image concerns – as well as nutrition and body image healing work in eating disorder recovery. Ultimately, I help clients nurture a caring and compassionate relationship with food and their bodies through a non-weight focused, non-diet approach.
I work with adolescents, young adults, and adults at my office in Mill Valley, California. In my client sessions, I create a safe, judgment-free, therapeutic space where you can come, process, and learn how to kindly be with (and in) your body. And where you can learn how to cultivate an enjoyable, healthy, and nourishing relationship with food. In our work together, you’ll gain an understanding of how to truly listen, connect, and care for your body and yourself.
Glenys Oyston, RDN
Glenys Oyston, RDN is a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor and body image coach who helps people recover from eating and body image issues created by toxic diet culture through the non-diet eating approach. She coaches parents in the Division of Responsibility in Feeding model to help resolve feeding issues that may arise in children. Glenys works virtually and can see parents in the comfort of their own homes.
Hayley Miller, LPCC, LPC, RD, CDN
I am a dually licensed LPCC and RD. I take a HAES approach to sessions and will help parents to understand how to speak about food in a neutral, intuitive way. I teach intuitive eating to clients and their parents and will have at times joint sessions with the adolescent and parents if the adolescent is okay with it. I practice a person-centered approach to counseling and will gently push the client while also meeting them where they are at.
Julia Cassidy, MS, RDN, CEDRDS
Part of my work is teaching self-compassion while you are embracing the idea of total embodiment and food healing. Food healing embraces the idea of eating for your personal well being. I feel strongly about meeting your needs through flexible, individualized eating based on hunger, satiety, nutritional needs, and senses satisfaction. I am firm in my belief for weight inclusivity, which is accepting and respecting the inherent diversity of body shapes and sizes.
Kacey Legnitto, MS, RD, CEDRD
Kacey Legnitto is a Registered Dietitian, Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian, and an Intuitive Eating Certified Counselor. She specializes in supporting individuals through eating disorder recovery, disordered eating recovery, and becoming an intuitive eater. Kacey also supports families in raising intuitive eaters in a body-positive household. Kacey practices using a Health at Every Size and non-diet approach.
Kathleen Meehan, MS, RD, LDN
As a weight-inclusive, non-diet dietitian and certified intuitive eating counselor, I am passionate about helping people improve their relationship with food. I am a champion for pleasurable, satisfying food and believe you deserve to eat all types of food, free from shame and guilt. We will help you to nourish flexibly by using an individualized, additive approach as I strongly feel that healthy behaviors are not restrictive. We will learn from reflecting on the impact of rigid food rules and your past experience with food. My goal is to help people reconnect to their bodies through self-compassion, curiosity, and non-judgmental exploration. We can help to build trust in your body, and heal your relationship with food through increased awareness, experience and practice.
Healing your own relationship with food is one of the best ways you can help to protect your family from harmful messaging. Whether you are looking for help for yourself, or for your family, please do not hesitate to reach out. I am licensed in many states throughout the country and work virtually.
Katy Gaston, RD
I am a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor ®, weight-inclusive, non-diet dietitian nutritionist working with those with eating disorders and disordered eating. I work virtually with adults but can help support parents on how to create an intuitive eating environment for the whole family. I work with you to heal your relationship with food and body, cultivating food freedom and body trust. My style is collaborative and flexible, but supportive. I bring in creativity and joy as much as I can into the recovery process.
Leah Hackney, RD, CSP, LD
I would approach a family with individualized goal setting and also with a weight-inclusive HAES approach to nutrition. I would make sure I am getting the full picture of each families situation, and provide recommendations that are appropriate, realistic, and achievable with each family.
Silvina Cox, MPH, RDN
As a nutrition professional, I guide families, adolescents, and adults in discovering a way to feed their families and themselves from a weight-inclusive, non-diet approach. My work is HAES informed and guided by Ellen Satter's DOR, Intuitive and Mindful Eating principles. It is client-centered, curious, and compassionate. It is always my privilege to walk side by side with clients on their journey to greater peace and balance with food, eating, and their bodies.
Stephanie Brooks, MS, RD, CEDRD-S
I utilize a HAES/weight neutral approach. When working w families of young kids I tend to lean on Ellyn Satter's DOR approach to set up good feeding dynamics within the family. I also pull from a family based nutrition therapy approach and discuss how our environment/culture conditions us to buy into diet culture and weight stigma and how can we help ourselves and our kids challenge this and thrive.