• Is outpatient treatment the right level of care for me?  Outpatient treatment usually involves meeting with a therapist 1-2 times a week, a dietitian once a week, a physician regularly, and sometimes a psychiatrist.  If you are unsure of the appropriate level of care, I suggest that you schedule an initial assessment with a therapist and/or a dietitian.  During this session you can discuss which level of care is recommended.
  • Does insurance cover nutrition counseling?  I am not currently on any insurance panels, and I am an out-of-network provider.  Some insurance companies will cover such services, and some will not.  Please contact your insurance company to learn more about your specific insurance coverage.
  • Should I see a therapist or a dietitian first?  There is no right or wrong path.  Getting started is often the most difficult and yet most important step.  Usually once you meet with your first practitioner, he/she will provide referrals as needed.
  • How long will this process take?  Unfortunately, there is no set time frame for treatment.  The length of time required may be impacted by the initial severity and/or length of time struggling before treatment, the level of motivating factors for change, the presence of dual diagnoses, the level of support received from family and friends, etc.  

My mission in life is not merely to survive, but  to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.

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Eating Disorders

If you or a loved one is struggling with an eating disorder, it can be difficult and frustrating to know what support to utilize.  Eating disorder treatment is ideally a multidisciplinary approach, and I work closely with therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, and physicians to provide clients with integrative care.  

I utilize various approaches to help individuals develop healthier relationships with food and their bodies, including meal planning, intuitive eating, mindfulness, intentional movement, and much more.