Raise your hand if...
You struggle with disordered eating
Food feels confusing and chaotic
Feeling comfortable in your body feels foreign
Don't worry, I get it
You're in the right place
I want to learn about you...
How is your relationship with food?
How often do you think about what you eat?
How do you feel about your body and body image?
So, if you're ready to...
Bring the joy back to food
Find your inner intuitive eater
Ditch diet culture and recover from disordered eating
Then let's do this!
Let's focus on you and talk about your relationship with food, exercise, and your body
Let's talk about diet culture and debunk some nutrition myths
Let's discuss your history with dieting and disordered eating and how this did or didn't serve you
Let's find where food and flexibility meet!
What to Expect when Working with an Anti-Diet Dietitian - FAQs
What is nutrition counseling?
A one-on-one session with a Registered Dietitian to work toward your personal nutrition goals. We will work together to set realistic and achievable goals - I will always meet you where you are at.
What are some things we will discuss?
Nutrition is not the only thing we will talk about! First of all, I want to learn about you - your personality, your nutrition journey so far, and anything else you want to share.
How often will we work together?
I typically recommend that we see each other at least every other week while we are actively working together. This way, we will stay up to date on goals and other things we are working on.
On the fence about getting started?
What are the benefits of working with an anti-diet dietitian?
We will focus on internal changes rather than external - meaning exploring why we gravitate toward certain foods or have certain thoughts around foods and how we can make mental and physical health related changes.⠀
What forms of payment do you accept?
I currently accept payments via credit card or Venmo.
Do you accept insurance?
Where will we meet?
All sessions are completely virtual! An individual Zoom link will be sent for each appointment.
See What Clients are Saying
Stephanie takes the time to get to know each of her clients on a personal level. She cares about their physical, mental, and emotional health surrounding food, exercise, and as a whole. Stephanie attentively listens to her client's needs, goals, and feelings. She provides insightful guidance and tips surrounding nutrition and living a healthy balanced lifestyle. I am grateful for Stephanie!
For a while I had been searching for a dietitian to work with but was always hesitant to reach out as I knew what was in my future based on past experiences: restrictions, dieting, and inevitably falling off the wagon. I knew that I was tired of the cycle but did not know how to get out of it. So when I came across Stephanie's website and read about this idea of Intuitive Eating, I knew that it was exactly what I was looking for - a way to disassociate myself from diet culture and become more in tune with my body. Stephanie is truly passionate about what she does and I always walk away from our sessions feeling incredibly positive that this is the right path for me.
Communication and scheduling is amazing! Thank you for being extremely approachable, flexible, understanding, and patient. Really appreciate that!
I have really enjoyed working with Stephanie. I have found her to be very supportive, knowledgeable and positive during our sessions.
I think the most profound thing I have discovered in my journey with Stephanie is that the past dieting programs I have followed played a huge role in ruining my relationship with food when their intention was made out to do the exact opposite. They left me not knowing where to turn because I felt I needed a plan to tell me what and when to eat which only perpetuated the cycle. Through the principles of Intuitive Eating and working with Stephanie, I am learning to listen to and trust my body to tell me its needs and wants and knowing that both are okay. The inclusive and encouraging environment Stephanie creates has helped me challenge the associations between food, weight loss and self-confidence that I have linked for so long.