For Clients: Work With Us!

Would you benefit from working with a dietitian?

  • You have been diagnosed with an eating disorder or think you have anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, orthorexia, ARFID (avoidant restrictive food intake disorder), or rumination disorder.
  • You may not be sure if you have an actual eating disorder but you know you have some weird habits around food and/or exercise
  • You think about food “too much” during the day
  • Your relationship with food is all-or-nothing, meaning you’re “on” or “off” with your eating plan
  • Life’s up and downs are totally dependent on how you feel about weight and body image
  • You overexercise, especially around times when you feel you might have eaten too much or ate something that wasn’t what you planned to eat
  • You have thrown up or used laxatives after eating
  • You are a chronic dieter and are tired of the mixed messages surrounding food and nutrition
  • You think you should “be on a diet” and have bad body image but know deep down diets don’t work
  • You just have no idea how to eat
  • You are in recovery for an eating disorder and want to make sure you get the support you need

How we help:

  • We provide assistance in planning meals and snacks to decrease your stress
  • We teach you how your body works and increase your knowledge of metabolism
  • We teach you about your hunger and satiety cues and what they really mean (if you don’t have hunger and fullness we teach you how to get it back!)
  • We provide nutrition education once we figure out together what you want to work on
  • We help you understand eating disorder thoughts and behaviors
  • We talk about body image and what that means to you
  • We talk about food and feelings and how to understand emotional eating

~An important note~

Many clients report mixed feelings when starting to work with a dietitian, or seeing a new healthcare provider for the first time. We understand the many thoughts and feelings that come up with the nutrition counseling process. We’re not afraid to talk about what’s going on for you, and we promise to meet you where you’re at.