Sucess Stories From Past Clients
“With PCOS, I would get the advice “just lose weight”, and I knew that was not the answer I was looking for. Emily is non-judgemental and empathetic, which helped me unpack the weight-bias I’ve experienced and my beliefs about food and my body. To put it best, I have transformed my relationship with food through our work. I’ve healed major anxieties around food and learned how to fuel and energize my body in a way that supports my lifestyle and health.”
“Emily has helped me SO much in changing the way I approach and think about eating. Her non-judgmental and compassionate style has given me permission to not be so hard on myself when it comes to food and weight. Instead of only giving the “how to’s,” she’s worked with me to see this as an inside-out approach which has made all the difference.”
“I was frustrated with how many years I’d spent hating my own body and food had become my main coping mechanism. I wanted to unlearn and unpack those messages with a non-diet nutrition expert, someone who wouldn’t trigger my disordered eating. Working with Emily has helped me listen to what my body wants, and trust and respect my body. I no longer feel like I’m betraying my body.”
“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!”
“Before, I stereotyped “dietitian” as something bad and viewed my relationship with food as something that could never be fixed. Now I live without restrictions, am more attuned to my body’s needs and treat myself with compassion. It’s really cool to ENJOY the food I’m eating! Having a support system made all the difference.”
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