Your Connecticut Dietitians

Explore how our eating disorder experts can help you from the comfort of your own home in Connecticut!

Healing your relationship with food in the

Constitution State

Find the perfect virtual dietitian for you in the state of Connecticut.

No matter where you are in your eating disorder or disordered eating recovery journey, we are here to help you with an intuitive eating and HAES approach. 

We work with:

  • Teens & adolescents
  • College-aged & young adults
  • Adults
  • Athletes
  • Pregnant individuals
  • Families
  • LGBTQIA+ community

Fun Fact #1

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First Hamburger

Did you know that the hamburger was first created in Connecticut? Louis Lassen is credited with serving the first burger in 1900 at Louis’ Lunch in New Haven!

Fun Fact #2

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Lots of seafood

As a coastal state, Connecticut’s diet is rich in seafood such as clams and oysters, which are excellent sources of protein and essential omega-3 fatty acids. The state’s signature dish is the Connecticut-style Lobster Roll, served with warm butter rather than mayonnaise (YUM!)

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If you are working on your eating disorder or disordered eating recovery in Michigan, here are a few of our top recommended activities for challenging your ED, practicing self-care, and making the most of your journey!


ACTIVITY #1: Visit Mystic Seaport Museum

Visit the Mystic Seaport Museum, which is the nation’s leading maritime museum. This immersive experience allows you to focus your mind on learning and exploration, a healthy distraction from disordered eating thoughts.



ACTIVITY #2: Visit Gillette Castle State Park

Embrace nature and tranquility at the Gillette Castle State Park. Here, you can go for gentle hikes, have a picnic, and enjoy the calming effect of the great outdoors.


ACTIVITY #3: Visit Long Island Sound

Connecticut has some lovely beaches along the Long Island Sound. Sign up for a yoga or meditation class at places like Compo Beach in Westport or Hammonasset Beach State Park. This can help you reconnect with your body in a positive and compassionate way.


Chat with your Connecticut Dietitian today!