I help you make peace with your body by combining the best strategies from nutrition science and eating psychology.
Free yourself from punishing strategies to maintain or lose weight.
Feel relaxed around food and comfortable with your body and self.
No more "I'll be happy when..." - live fully and vibrantly.
One Hour Every Week
Explore Your MetabolismWe will explore your unique metabolism: the sum total of all the chemical reactions in your body PLUS the sum total of your thoughts, feelings, beliefs and experiences.
Examine What You Eat And How You’re MovingThis includes what foods and movement are right for YOUR individual body & personal style. The latest eating and exercise craze might not be suitable for you. We look at your bio-individuality.
Reflect On How You EatThis includes your eating speed & rhythm. Is it relaxed? Is it stressed? And much more!
Learn Who You Are As An EaterThis includes exploring you - The person doing the eating and what you “bring” to the plate. This impacts your body (its ability to metabolize and digest food) and life.
Discover That Your Health Is More Than FoodYour challenges with food, body, and health are intimately connected to your primary life dimensions such as…
- And other stress
What is Dynamic Eating Psychology?
Dynamic Eating Psychology transforms your eating challenges into wellness victories by showing you that you’re not broken. It recognizes that your eating challenges are intimately connected to your relationship with family, work, money, sexuality, spirituality, search for fulfillment, & much more. It utilizes tools, techniques, maps, skills, & protocols that are results driven and sustainable. Because each of us has a unique food, weight, & body image story. Nutrition is NOT one size fits all.
What is Mind Body Nutrition?
Mind Body Nutrition is the psychophysiology of how digestion, assimilation, calorie burning, & all of the nutritive functions of the body are affected by stress, relaxation, thoughts, feelings, pleasure, nourishment, & more. It teaches that understanding who you are as an eater & the implications of stress physiology on your metabolism are important to achieving lasting, positive results.