Simple • Honest • Joyful
These are three words to embody but can be difficult to grasp.
I focus on health with a mind and body approach, working with clients to develop a healthier relationship with food and their bodies. I believe you can be healthy at every size and say good-bye to dieting forever.
Through embarking on a journey of making peace with food and learning to listen to, nourish, and appreciate your body, you will create a more sustainable and realistic perspective on healthy living.
I specialize in:
Health at Every Size® approach
(Vegetarian & vegan lifestyles)
What is a healthy relationship with food?
The answer is different for everyone.
A healthy relationship with food can mean:
Obsessing less about food, nutrition, weight gain, and weight loss
Learning to listen to and address your hunger and fullness cues
Never going on another diet again
Feeling confident in your food choices
Being more flexible
Going out to eat and not feeling overwhelmed with what you’ll eat and how it will impact your body
Breaking-up with rules are rigid and unkind and finding principles that resonate with who you are
The freedom to eat what you love
“You do not just wake up and become the butterfly - growth is a process.”
Initial coaching session
During our first visit, we will take our time discussing YOU. We will look closely at your relationship with food and your lifestyle, speak about your health goals, and work towards finding clarity. Then, we will create a simple action plan towards achieving your goals together.
Learning how to take better care of yourself is a takes time. In these support sessions, we will check-in and reflect on how things are going, moving along the path to your health goals.
Small but essential details:
I offer services in-person in my office in Manhattan, in the Financial District and virtually online.*
I take Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and Cigna insurance. You can check your insurance’s directory to see if I am in-network with your plan. Coverage varies.
*Depending on your coverage, your insurance may not cover virtual visits.