Your eating disorder or weight loss struggles don't have to control you. Learn to live a trigger-free life.
Battling an eating disorder or fighting to lose weight can feel overwhelming. Family, friends and work can all be triggering. Your life feels like it's outs of your control. But it doesn't have to be that way.
I've helped thousands of patients, some just like you, learn to take back control of their lives and finally live eating disorder free. Find out how.
MS, RD, CDN, CEDRD-S
If you have an eating disorder or are fighting to lose weight and are struggling with the triggers that set you off, I want to tell you something important: you don’t have to live this way, it doesn’t have to be forever and you can take back control.
If you’re willing to put in the work (and it will be real work), I can help you as I’ve done with thousands of other patients. Here’s how it works. I learn about you, what your life is like, how you got here, what’s triggering for you, how family, friends and lovers can help (or hurt) your struggles and then we build a program together.
The program we create will be centered on your goals, your circumstances and a deep sensitivity to what’s emotionally powerful for you. In most cases, we’ll be working with your therapist and a physician. Together as a team, we will get you through this.
I don’t know if your healing will take months or years (I told you it was work), but I've seen this enough times to know there is a better, happier, more in control life that's possible for you on the other side.
My Clinical Journey
Prior to opening my own practice, I was the program director at Balance Eating Disorder Treatment Center in NYC, the bionutrition research coordinator at Mt. Sinai’s School of Medicine and a dietitian treating HIV patients at St. Lukes Hospital.
I received my Masters of Science in Clinical Nutrition from New York University and my certification as an Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian and Supervisor (CEDRD-S) from the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals.
They come in a lot of shapes, sizes and acronyms from anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorder to ARFID (avoidant restrictive food intake disorder) and EDNOS (eating disorder not otherwise specified), to orthorexia and others.
Sometimes you have one, sometimes a combo. All of them can be controlled with, effort, a great plan and a great team.
Drugs like Ozempic, Wegovy and others can bring real benefits to patients. But getting off them brings real risks if not done the right way.
Let's do it the right way.
Non Diet Approach
Diets are hard. Diets are temporary. And diets don't respect how our bodies feel nor how our minds work.
So we're not going to do diets here. Instead I'll teach you how to listen to your body's natural hunger and fullness cues.
Yes that's a real thing. Your body actually knows what it needs and is trying to tell you.
I'll teach you how to listen.
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