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There have been some exciting changes happening behind the scenes here at Eat With Knowledge. Back in March, the practice moved to 100% virtual counseling due to COVID. We’re excited to announce that we will continue to be 100% virtual going forward. I will move out of our Nyack office soon […]Read More
It’s always so much fun to go on podcasts and talk about eating disorder recovery and Intuitive Eating. When Alison Barkman invited me on her Speaking of Hungry podcast, of course I said yes and then…. COVID happened and we cancelled. Fast forward a few weeks and both of us […]Read More
It’s a difficult time right now with COVID-19. We have seen a wide range of thoughts, feelings, emotions, and responses from all of our Eat With Knowledge clients. If you are experiencing anxiety, overwhelm, stress, depression AND gratitude and happiness for change happening in your life… well you are not alone. […]Read More
The world is a scary place right now. We are all full of anxiety, overwhelm, fear, frustration and anger. I’ve been overwhelmed this past week as I moved the entire Eat With Knowledge “office” to a virtual private practice. Luckily, Elyssa, Laura and I have done virtual work before, since […]Read More
On Wednesday, March 11th, it’s Registered Dietitian Day!! Thank YOU for supporting dietitians on our special day. I truly appreciate the support from my entire community: clients, referral sources, other dietitians and various healthcare professionals. Every one of you help to lift up dietitians and I thank you from the […]Read More
It’s Eating Disorders Awareness Week and you might have seen stories of recovery, articles, and social media posts all about eating disorders awareness. This week’s theme is “Come as you are” and it holds a very special place in my heart. I want you to know that I am so passionate about […]Read More
Here at Eat With Knowledge, we get many inquiry calls from concerned parents about their child’s eating habits and behaviors around food. This could be in the form of under-fueling like talking about dieting, restricting calories, eliminating food groups, connecting food to “must work out”, or extreme picky eating. Parents […]Read More
Cheers to 2020! I hope your new year has been off to a great start. I love this time of year to get organized, be back in my routine, and dream about the future. What I HATE is all the diet commercials on TV and diet products on Instagram. Have you […]Read More
The Eat With Knowledge Holiday Gift Guide wraps up with gift ideas for Professional Resources! This post concludes the series for the 2019 holiday gift guide. This gift list is for you if you care about intuitive eating, working on eating disorder recovery, or just love the anti-diet message. Be […]Read More
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