Nutrition Therapy & Eating Disorder Recovery
Get the help you need to feel your best.
I’m glad you’re here – getting support to focus on your own health can be challenging!
The good news is you can see improvements in your symptoms and move to food freedom – I’ve seen it happen!
Even if you feel like you are not “sick enough,” you deserve nonjudgmental, supportive care.
Don’t have an eating disorder?
How do I know if I have an eating disorder?
Here are some signs of an eating disorder. This is not an official assessment – simply a way to check in with yourself. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, you will benefit from an ED dietitian.
You worry about how others judge your body and what you eat
You find yourself comparing the food you eat to the food of friends, family, or people online
You don’t like to eat at work or school, and have anxiety when there is a food event happening
Eating some foods makes you feel shame and guilt
It is possible your eating disorder symptoms are different, but remember all different types of struggling with eating are valid and deserve care.
You want to be done with your eating disorder for good.
You want to break the chain and teach your children or future kids (or nieces and nephews!) to have a peaceful relationship with food.
You want to have a day where you don’t think about food much. (While still eating!)
Full recovery is possible, and reaching out is the first step.
You don’t need to know the whole journey ahead, and I’d love to help you focus on just taking the next steps.