At Confidently NourishED…
We offer inclusive and compassionate nutrition care for those in eating disorder recovery or for anyone interested in a weight-inclusive approach to nutrition.
Accessibility to quality care
We believe in accessibility to quality nutrition and well-being care for everyone. Our services are designed to be accessible to all, and we value the opportunity to work with registered dietitians and help people nourish their bodies in a way that feels good to them.
Diversity + Inclusion
We believe in diversity and inclusion to provide the best care to our clients. We are committed to an inclusive space for all clients and embrace diversity to better serve their individual needs and goals.
Affirming care for ALL bodies
We affirm and respect all bodies. We provide inclusive support and guidance to help clients develop a positive relationship with their bodies and combat harmful societal messages about body size and shape.
We provide compassionate care to help clients develop a healthy relationship with food and their bodies. Our team of registered dietitians offer non-judgmental support and tailor care to each client’s individual needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is your office located?
All sessions are held via HIPAA compliant Zoom.
How Is Nutrition Therapy Different From Psychotherapy?
As a registered dietitian providing nutrition therapy we will focus on food, weight, body image, and physical activity. We will also explore mindsets that are keeping you from living a healthful, balanced life. During nutrition therapy we will seek alternatives to the diet thought patterns and behaviors that are not serving you. Throughout this whole process you will also begin to develop awareness around your personal needs and learn how to respond to your internal cues regarding food. Psychotherapy with your therapist will focus more on the underlying issues fueling the eating problems, dealing with past and present relationships, feelings, trauma history, any other co-occurring disorders, etc.
How Often Will We Meet?
The frequency and duration of our sessions will depend on the severity, complexity, and level of support you need. This will be determined during our initial session. However, nutrition therapy is not a one and done type of deal. Depending on your case we may work together for 3, 6, or 12+ months. Most of my clients start meeting weekly and eventually taper off to every other week.
How Do I Book An Appointment?
Do you take insurance?
Currently, we are in-network with United Healthcare, and Aetna. If you have another insurance provider with out-of-network benefits for medical nutrition therapy, we can provide you with a super bill to submit for reimbursement. However, you are responsible for paying for services upfront at the time of visit. Reimbursement of services through your insurance is not guaranteed. For more directions on how to verify if we take your insurance plan or if you have out-of-network benefits please look over our benefits check handout.
Do You Accept HSA & FSA?
I do accept Health Savings & Flexible Spending Accounts. Please bring your card to our first visit.
Do You See Clients In Eating Disorder Recovery?
I do work virtually with individuals with eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, and OSFED. We can only accept clients at an outpatient level of care, however we are happy to help refer you to other resources and levels of care if needed. With our work together being virtual it is important you check in with other providers to have labs taken, any meds adjusted, your weight checked (if needed), etc. as determined appropriate for your recovery. Prior to us working together I would be happy to help you establish a treatment team including a therapist, physician, and psychiatrist if you do not already have one. Depending on the level of support you need and the stage of recovery you are in, we may need to meet for check ins twice a week, weekly, or bi-weekly. I also offer virtual meal support and food exposure sessions.