Hi, I'm Emily.
I provide individual nutrition counseling to people all over the country. I want to help you dismantle the beliefs that diet culture has planted in your head so you can find a way of eating and relating to food that is truly nourishing. There is so much more to you than shrinking your body.
I work from a weight-inclusive, health at every size lens, which means one of my strongest values is that all bodies deserve to be treated equally, with respect, and autonomy. I will help you end the diet / restrict cycle so you can live a life aligned with your actual interests and values, and get off the stupid calorie tracker app.
I earned a master's degree in human nutrition and then completed the training to become a registered dietitian. I am currently doing the work to become a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor.
In addition to individual counseling, I provide intuitive eating workshops, create and execute worksite wellness programs, and serve as a nutrition consultant. My clients like to call me a food therapist. Contact me to learn more about the services I offer.
When I'm not working, I adore dancing, hiking, laying in the park, eating everything from chocolate croissants to dal and curry, and drinking margaritas.
Each person's relationship to food is unique. My goal is to help you hone your relationship with food, eating, and your body to a place where you are comfortable, happy, and vibrant. No fad diets. No quick fixes.
The research is clear, diets do not work. An incredibly high percentage (95-98%!) of people who diet end up worse off than they started - mentally and physically. But somehow we continue to "believe" that weight loss is the answer to so many problems. The truth is it is just not.
"Working with Emily changed my whole mindset about food, my body, and eating for the better! I have a new and improved outlook on my relationship with food, and how I can take care of my body and mind by eating what and when feels right and good, not beating myself up about eating “unhealthy” foods or judging myself for eating too much or too little. I LOVE food and now through our work together, I get to enjoy it again!"
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