I work with individuals and groups who are struggling with disordered eating, body shame, and trauma. The relationship we build together in the room is most important to me, and is the biggest impetus for healing. I work with other HAES professionals to help people on their journey to recovery.
I view my work as a process of co-creation with my clients. Together we identify the present-day thoughts and behaviors to address and explore some of the earlier life experiences that may have shaped these patterns in order to foster sustainable change. I also support parents who want to help foster a healthier relationship with food and body image for their children. I embrace the perspectives of Health at Every Size (HAES), intuitive eating, and body acceptance which celebrate size diversity and prioritize overall well-being above the number on the scale. My practice is affirming of all lifestyles and intersecting identities.