Say goodbye to dieting...

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...and hello to living your authentic life!

Breaking away from diet culture is hard – especially when we are constantly reminded of what our culture deems as an “attractive, healthy” body. By working together, we can help you cultivate a peaceful relationship with food and your body by questioning the things society has taught us and reconnecting to your knowing. No one knows you and your body better than yourself. Following someone else’s rules around how much you ‘should’ eat or how you ‘must’ exercise ignores your intuitive ability to know what you need. 

As your dietitians, we will work with you so you can trust yourself when it comes to food by tuning into your inner wisdom. 

This process of questioning and unlearning can often feel scary and emotional. We are here to support you through your entire journey by creating a supportive and nonjudgemental space so that you can explore your thoughts, feelings, and beliefs about food, movement, and your body. 

We provide 1:1 virtual nutrition counseling and body image healing by empowering you to turn to your inner wisdom, break away from dieting, and get back to a more fulfilling life! 

We’ll help you make peace with food, find body acceptance, and build up your self-worth from within. 

Ready to find peace with food and your body?


Here's what you can expect

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We’ll start with an initial session where we do a deep dive into you past and current relationship with food, movement, and your body image. You’ll be able to share your goals with us during this session, which will guide our work going forward. 

Then we will have follow-up sessions to continue unlearning diet culture’s messages and continue exploring you relationship with food and your body using:

  • self-care practices
  • mindfulness
  • self-compassion
  • intuitive eating 
  • Health at Every Size® principles

We’ll also explore how your behaviors align with your values and incorporate self-care practices to help with overall well-being. 

These sessions are all virtual and also include various tools, like worksheets and journal prompts, to apply the things we do together in session and allow you space to reflect on the process. Our work together is aimed to get you living your most authentic, fulfilling life. 

Got questions about our services?

A Connection Call is a great way for us to get you know you, what you are struggling with, and how we can best support you. We’ll answer any questions you have about the process and can discuss next steps. This is also a chance to get to know us and see if we’re the right fit for you!


Initial Session

During our 70-minute initial session, we will do a thorough assessment and talk about your relationship with food and your body – past and present. We’ll also discuss your goals and next steps to help you get there. 

Follow-Up Sessions

In these 55-minute follow-up sessions, we’ll continue diving deeper into your thoughts, feelings, and beliefs around food and your body while finding ways to shift in a way that works for you. How often we check-in is flexible.

Worksheets, Tools & Secure Messaging

Worksheets and activities may be used during or in between sessions to support the work we’re doing. You’ll also be able to message us with questions or concerns that come up between sessions. 

Book Bundle

Some of our favorite books delivered to you! This is an optional add-on and can be really helpful during our work together. Book options include: Intuitive Eating (4th ed), the Intuitive Eating Workbook, and Unapologetic Eating

We accept insurance!

We are in-network with


We highly recommend that you check your nutrition benefits. by calling the member services number listed on the back of your insurance card. 

If you have any questions, contact us – we’re more than happy to help!

If we do not accept your insurance provider, you can:

  • Pay with any credit card
  • Use your HSA/FSA credit card
  • Receive a superbill after our session to submit to your insurance provider to potentially get partial or full reimbursement. This will depend on your individual plan and we recommend calling your insurance provider to ask if your plan covers out-of-network nutrition counseling.
Payment for sessions is due at the time of service. If you are not using insurance:
  • 70-minute initial session is $210
  • 55-minute follow-up sessions are $165/session
These fees cover the time we are meeting in session, as well as contact that we may have outside of session via secure messaging, resources and referrals we may provide you with, and contact between us and anyone in your treatment team to coordinate care (i.e. therapist, primary care physician). 


Intuitive eating is a non-diet approach to food, nutrition, and wellness that encourages you to break free from dieting, heal your relationship with food, and reconnect to your body’s needs. It’s rooted in self-care, self-compassion, and curiosity. 

There are the 10 principles intuitive eating that help leaving behind the diet mentality and getting back in touch with your needs and desires. 

First, we’d like to send some compassion your way. Given the society we live in and the value it places on body size, we completely understand the desire to want to use weight. 

We are here to support you and hold space for your desire to lose weight while also try to understand how this fits into your values and beliefs. 

Studies show that 95% of people who go on diets end up regaining any weight lost; 67% of those regain more weight than they started with. This process of “weight cycling” can be harmful to both physical and mental health. For these reasons, weight loss will not be the focus or goal of our sessions. All bodies are welcome here. 

If you dream for the day that you don’t feel stressed about food or your body, you may benefit from nutrition coaching. We’re here to help guide you on your healing journey. Fill out our appointment request form and we’ll get back to you to set up a FREE Discovery Call.

This process looks different for everyone. The amount of sessions we have depends on the person’s goals, dieting history, current food rules and struggles, readiness to change, support systems in place, etc. Some clients work with us for a few months while others work with us for longer. The decision to keep meeting will be a shared one and will really depend on what you think is most helpful for you. 

Dieting and intuitive eating are complete opposites. Dieting is easy to learn upfront, but harder to sustain long-term.Intuitive eating is harder to learn because you have to unlearn the diet mentality and food rules. It takes a lot of time, introspection, and can be an emotional process. While it’s hard at first, intuitive eating is something that can become part of your life. One in which you can eat in a way that nourishes you and your body. 

We work with adults ages 18 years and older. We can support caregivers with family meal time and other challenges they face when it comes to feeding children. 

We are in-network with Aetna and Cigna. We strongly encourage you to contact your insurance company to check your benefits.

If you have insurance with another company and have out-of-network benefits, we can provide you a superbill to submit to your insurance for possible reimbursement. It’s best to check with your insurance company to find out if you have these benefits. Payment is due at the time of service. 

Yes, HSA/FSA credit cards are accepted as a form of payment. 

If you are using insurance, the cost of nutrition counseling is determined by your insurance provider. 

If you are not using insurance, the initial session is $210 (70 minutes) and the follow-up sessions are $165 (55 mintues). These fees cover the time we are meeting in session, as well as contact that we may have outside of session via secure messaging, resources and referrals we may provide you with, and contact between us and anyone in your treatment team to coordinate care (i.e. therapist, primary care physician). 

Our practice is rooted in social justice. We offer a limited number of lower-price spots for people with at least one marginalized identity who is also low-income. 

We’re part of Project Heal’s Healers Circle and encourage you to apply for eating disorder support through their website. 

Contact us with your question.

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