Enjoying all foods without guilt
Improving your body image
Not feeling "addicted" to food anymore
Learning how to honor & recognize hunger and fullness cues
Being able to actively reject diet culture
Freeing yourself from the throes of calorie counting
Having a conducive relationship with movement
Feeling like the grocery store isn't a real-life nightmare
Having the ability to be fully present at social events instead of meticulously analyzing the food in your head
Applying evidence-based nutrition information and listening to your body
Finally finding a plan that actually works...
"Whatever enlarges hope will also exalt courage."
(~60 minutes): This is a chance for us to get to know each other and establish our therapeutic relationship. We'll dive into your medical/dieting history, and relationship with food, while exploring your nutrition goals. You'll learn about my approach, and we'll establish a preliminary plan with action steps. Together, we'll identify where changes can be made in improving your overall health and wellness.
(~60 minutes): Follow-up appointments are a chance to reflect on progress towards short-term goals, any barriers you have encountered, vulnerabilities, or triggering situations faced. We will dive deeper into behaviors, mindsets and troubleshoot if necessary.
(~45-60min): This is a session dedicated solely to the provision of emotional support in a recovery-focused setting during meal/snack times.
Currently, I am providing services through Telehealth.
In-network insurance: Allegiance, Cigna, PacificSource, Blue Cross Blue Shield, MT Health CO-OP.
(Self-pay and sliding scale options available)
Insurance accepted in MT, CA, CO, ID.
If you do not see your insurance above, I can provide you with a superbill (receipt detailing medical services) upon request. If your insurance company reimburses for nutrition services, you can submit the superbill and they may reimburse you directly. If you are uncertain, you can ask your insurance company if they cover the CPT codes 97802 or 97803 (nutrition assessment & re-assessment, respectively). Superbills are not a guarantee of reimbursement.