Life can be really hard sometimes. There may be times when it feels like you can't get anything done or show up for the people or things that matter in your life. When you are stressed out, anxious, or depressed, healthy habits are often the last thing on your mind. I understand that making mood-positive nutrition and lifestyle choices is not always easy, but it can help build your emotional resiliency so that life's challenges don't feel so overwhelming.
I use integrative nutrition to focus on the role that food, sleep, and movement play in mental illness and how you can use them to work for you and not against you. I listen to your personal story, explore your current habits, and discuss your relationship to food. Together we create a comprehensive plan and evaluate as we go to ensure the best outcomes.
This is your journey, and my goal is to empower you to discover where you can create positive change in your life. I encourage you to schedule a no-obligation discovery call if you are interested in learning more about how I work with clients to address mental illness from a nutritional perspective.
- Years in Practice: 4 Years
- Degree / Diploma: University of Bridgeport
- School: University of Bridgeport
- Year Graduated: 2018
I have three adult daughters and understand the challenges of raising girls to feel empowered and comfortable in their own bodies.
- Emotional Wellbeing
- Integrative Health
- Eating Disorders
- Preteens / Tweens (11 to 13)
- Adolescents / Teenagers (14 to 19)
- Functional Medicine Nutritionist
- Integrative Nutritionist
- Intuitive Eating
- Medical Nutrition Therapy
- Mindful Eating
- Non-Diet Approach
- Nutrition Counseling
- Nutrition Therapy