Find support and guidance and work collaboratively with a nutritional psychology dietitian to reconnect with your body wisdom, regain energy, optimize mental wellness, and heal your relationship to food and body.
Nutrition Therapy and Intuitive Eating Coaching
Binge Eating Disorder
Plant-based Eating in Recovery
Nutrition for Depression
Nutrition for Anxiety
Nutrition for Bipolar
Intuitive Eating Coaching
Ending Chronic Dieting
Becoming an Intuitive Eater
Body Image Healing
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
what you'll get with
1 on 1 sessions
Support in determining values and goals
Gentle nutrition meal planning guidance
Meal and snack ideas to help meet your value-aligned nutrition goals
Chrononutrition support to optimize meal timing, energy, and mental wellness
Intuitive Eating program and framework to initiate connection with hunger and fullness
CBT and ACT-approach to treatment of disordered eating/eating disorders if present
Food Relationship-first approach to help decrease food anxiety and heal relationship with food
Overall protocol and behavioral change support for gut health, hormone health, and mental wellness to help you feel your best
More specific nutrition protocols and guidance for PCOS, anxiety or depression, adrenal fatigue, and a balanced gut
Supportive of plant-based eating in recovery as desired
Support with where to get started with intuitive movement or to optimize movement protocol
Unlimited email support between sessions
Personalized supplement regimen guidance
Body image healing 1 on 1 support
Joanna has been a nutrition counselor for over 12 years. She provides HEAS-aligned empathetic, evidence-based nutrition therapy and coaching through an anti-diet, weight-inclusive lens that honors both the food relationship and the client's unique health goals. She loves helping clients figure out where to start to feel better and how to set and meet sustainable health goals, all while placing the food relationship first.
“Joanna is a fantastic dietitian. Our work together has helped me acknowledge deeply-buried emotions that impact not only how I eat, but my overall well-being..."
Why is the food relationship important?
How we approach our food is connected to several important elements of our life:
how we feel about our body and our body image
the intangible or perceived barriers to successfully engaging in desired self-care behaviors
our ability to have adequate, enjoyable nourishment
degree to which we experience vibrant health or struggle with food-related problems, such as food anxiety or emotional eating (among others)
Join our mailing list and also check out this inventory of potential food-related problems to assess if your food relationship needs a little TLC.
Where do you live?
We provide Intuitive Eating coaching worldwide, but due to licensure, we can only provide insurance superbills for clients in these states:
Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, New Hampshire, New York, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Washington DC, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming