Learn the language of your body
Heal your relationship with food
Embody your fullest expression

Are you….

What if you could redirect that precious energy from stressing about food and body
toward what really matters to you?

Healing your relationship with food and learning to listen to and befriend your body can feel overwhelming, hopeless and even scary for so many reasons. I get it. In fact, I’ve been there myself. Today it is my mission to help you evolve your relationship with food from overwhelming to life enhancing, and to experience your body as a source of wisdom and vessel for joy and purpose. As a nutrition therapist, and fellow human, I understand the depth and pain that can exist behind these struggles, and the profound healing potential of the journey forward.

Food and body freedom is possible,

and it is so worth it.

Hi there

I’m Emily. 

I’m so glad you’re here.  I’m a registered dietitian and nutrition therapist specializing in eating disorders and disordered eating, a non diet approach, and women’s health.

In working together, my philosophy is that we are co-experts.

You are the expert on your body and experience, and I am here to offer knowledge, insight and to walk beside you as a support and guide. 

I look forward to hearing your story!

My Services

1:1 Counseling

Initial consultation with follow up sessions based on your needs

1:1 Counseling package

Initial consultation and commitment to set number of follow up sessions at reduced rate

Meal, cooking or grocery shopping support

I’ll help you navigate food challenges and new experiences in real time!

Nutrition or Eating disorder consultation for organizations

Support with eating disorders and organization’s commitment to nutrition and wellness

Embodied Eating is the culmination of years of professional and personal experience, and has been influenced by many great researchers, practitioners, and modalities. 

Some highlights about my treatment approach:

Trauma informed, understanding the impact of trauma on behavior and respecting our very wise bodies and nervous systems

Health At Every Size (HAES), respecting diversity, with health enhancement vs. weight loss as primary outcome

Intuitive Eating, body led eating, actively integrating the IE principles  

Evidence based eating disorder treatment, extensive training and supervision through the International Association for Eating Disorder Professionals (IAEDP) and continuing education through various professional organizations 

Integrative and functional medicine approach, informed by training as an herbalist, holistic health coach, and in yoga, mindfulness and meditation