FAQs

What can I expect during sessions?

We will start by getting to know each other! 🙂 I know it can be challenging to start working with a new provider, but there is no judgment in our meeting. Our initial session lasts one hour, and we will meet virtually and talk about your goals and complete a nutrition assessment. I typically ask questions about how different parts of your life have been affected by your relationship with food, and we discuss working on some steps towards healing, whenever you are ready.

Follow up sessions are 45 minutes long and provide support for your unique journey. Follow up sessions are important to celebrate the wins you will achieve, and help us create an action plan for you. I’m here to support you each step of the way!

Can I work with you if I live in another state or country?

Nutrition services are available in Utah, Iowa, Arizona, Michigan, California, Colorado, Texas, Vermont, New York, and more. Services can be provided to people living in United States only. Please contact me for more information if you do not see your state on this list.

Do you take insurance?

I am credentialed with Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS), Anthem, United Healthcare (UHC) and Aetna, but nutrition benefits vary by individual plan. Contact us if you are interested in learning more. Superbills can be provided upon request. Click here to learn more about using insurance benefits. You must verify your nutrition benefits if you would like to use insurance to cover some or all of your sessions.

WellMark BCBS plan Iowa residents do not qualify for nutrition benefits (click to read more about why).

What is the investment required?

Initial sessions are $125, follow up sessions are $95. I accept HSA/FSA cards and can provide Superbills upon request.

Do I have to be vegan to work with you?

No! If you aren’t interested in being vegan or vegetarian, we will not talk about that at all.

What if I am not underweight?

Eating disorders affect people of all body sizes and identities. Less than 6% of folks with eating disorders are classified as underweight according to ANAD (National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders). No matter what your symptoms or your body weight are, you deserve to get support to be a healthier you.

Will you help me lose weight?

The desire to lose weight is soooo understandable in our society. I get it! We can explore the thoughts and feelings around weight loss together. It’s important for me to say that I do not prescribe restrictive diets. When I’m working with clients on their relationship with food, typically focusing on weight loss backfires and does not allow us to heal!

I can’t make any claims about how your body may or may not change through our work together, but I hope to help you feel better in your body.

Do virtual sessions work?

YES! I have had many client successes with virtual care. I would love to support you from the comfort of your own home.

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Ready for some support and to explore the next step in healing your relationship with food? Let’s get started!