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Nutrition Focus Areas

Emotional Eating


While food does help soothe difficult emotions, food will not address the root cause of the emotion. Once we find other ways to cope with our emotions, we are more able to choose between a wider range of coping mechanisms rather than solely relying on food.

Somatic Nutrition


Somatic nutrition counselling aims to repair our connection with our minds and bodies through the use of grounding exercises, mindfulness, and sensation awareness. This approach is best suited for those looking to increase body attunement and the mind-body connection.

Gut-Brain Connection


The gut-brain connection is a two-way communication system between our nervous system and our digestive system. Through enhancing our digestive health and gut microbiome, we may potentially unlock the pinnacles of brain health.


Intuitive Eating


 Intuitive eating is a philosophy of eating that builds increased connection and trust with food and your body without harsh judgments, restrictions, or unhealthy expectations.

Disordered Eating

Peace of Mind

  I help to counsel my clients through binge eating disorder, body image issues, chronic dieting, disordered eating, compulsive body checking and exercise, and body dysmorphia. I also support those with psychological comorbidities such as anxiety, depression, and ADHD, or those with histories of trauma.

Non-Diet Nutrition


We know that diets have an extremely low success rate. In fact, studies are indicating that those who go on diets often end up gaining more weight in the long term. Not only are diets unsustainable, but let's fact it, most people are miserable on them. We can still improve out health without being on a diet or having rigid food rules. Let me show you how. 

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