5050 NE Hoyt Street, Suite 522, ...
We’ll talk about what you want to work toward with your health and food goals. We’ll explore your health history, relationship with certain foods, what foods you like and don’t like and what nutrition goals will work best for you.. We’ll develop a wellness vision and get you started on that path.
Please bring your photo ID and insurance card if you’d like to use insurance. Paperwork is electronic and can be filled out ahead of time. If you prefer paper copies, please arrive 30min early to complete paperwork.
We strive to provide a safe and non-judgmental environment for you to explore your food concerns. We won’t be labeling foods “good” or “bad”. In fact, my clients frequently report significantly reduced shame around food after working together.
Absolutely, we enjoy working with people of all genders, any sexual orientation, religious or cultural background. We strive to provide a safe space for all.
Yes, we prefer to collaborate with your other providers to ensure you get the highest quality of care. Those struggling with eating disorders need a “team” which hopefully includes, a dietitian, therapist, and primary care provider. If you need help finding the support we can offer local referrals.
My education and background are in nutrition RDN stands for Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. It is a national credential for nutrition specialists.
LD licensed dietitian in the state of Oregon
CD certified dietitian in the state of Washington