• Find yourself obsessing over every bite or calorie you eat?
  • Feel guilty or anxious after eating?
  • Overwhelmed by all the conflicting messages about what to eat?
  • Do you feel out of control around or fearful of certain foods?
  • Maybe you even consider yourself an emotional eater or food addict?
  • Would you describe yourself as all or nothing? One cookie and there goes your whole day?

I get it, I’ve been there. It’s overwhelming, all consuming, and isolating. Not only are there conflicting messages telling us what, when, how to eat, and what we’re “supposed” to look like (thank you, oppressive beauty standards), but for many, our struggles with food may have become our coping mechanism to feel safe and in control to get through life.

Diets, calculating macros, counting points and calories, intermittent fasting, and eliminating food groups have caused more harm than good, leading many down the path of disordered eating.

We’ve been led to believe that happiness is found by shrinking our bodies. But for many, this has only paved the way for orthorexia, anorexia, binge eating disorder, bulimia, and obsessive, anxious thoughts and behaviors around food- all of which can quickly consume our lives, harm our mental and physical health, and distort our perspective of how to properly nourish and care for our bodies.

But it doesn’t have to be that way

Using a combination of nutrition science and gentle therapeutic skills, I want to help you feel safe and empowered in your food choices, learning how to eat in way that aligns with your unique needs and wants, while cultivating trust in and connection to your body, and feeling confident navigating all food-related thoughts, situations, and emotions.

My clients tell me things like,

  • “I feel better”
  • “I have less anxiety and guilt”
  • “I stopped bingeing”
  • “Eating isn’t as scary as I thought it would be”
  • “I’m more in control and confident about my food choices”
  • “I no longer obsess over what I ate”

Recovery is a journey…

Recovery from an eating disorder looks different for each person and can sometimes be a long, bumpy road. Because our eating disorders serve as a way for us to feel in control of difficult emotions or situations, or give us a sense of purpose, achievement, or identity, the thought of “losing” our eating disorders can feel very scary, and you may feel conflicted about wanting to recover- I get it.

I promise you, recovery is worth it. Recovery offers us the opportunity to be free of the obsessive, all-consuming thoughts and behaviors that often run our lives and harm our mental and physical health. As much as you may feel like your eating disorder does for you, it comes at a high cost, taking more than it gives.

The pace and nature of your recovery is incredibly personal, and it’s my goal is to meet you where you are and take it one step at at time.

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