Nutrition counseling isn’t just about the food. I take into consideration all aspects of health including physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. My goal is to help you explore your food and body relationships with curiosity, not judgment. I consider it a privilege to work with others on undoing the harm that diet culture has caused and find a more peaceful way to interact with food.
I have worked with both adolescents and adults at all levels of eating disorder care for over 12 years.
Good nutrition does not have to be challenging. If you are someone who thinks of the words “guilt”, “deprivation” and “shame” when you describe your relationship with food, I’m here to help you break free from the restrictive chains of diet culture.
I completed my dietetics degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and have spent over 20 years helping individuals recover from eating disorders and build healthier relationships with food.