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I follow an anti-diet and all foods fit approach with my clients and their families. Instead of focusing on weight as an indicator of nutrition, I guide families and clients to focus on other aspects health like intuitive eating, gentle nutrition, joyful movement, and overall self-care/wellness. I truly believe we all have the ability to tune into our bodies and let them guide us toward what we need to eat in order nourish ourselves. My goal is to support my clients in finding food and body freedom.
Raleigh, North Carolina
My work is grounded in Satter’s DOR and I approach my work from a non-diet HAES philosophy. My goal is to empower parents and reduce anxiety around weight and food.
Brooklyn, New York
I aim to empower parents to make decisions in regards to feeding their child based on Ellyn Satter’s division of responsibility and developmentally appropriate nutrition messages. My goal is to alleviate some of their frustrations/concerns about their child’s eating habits and/or body size by using evidence-based interpretations of growth charts, eating behaviors, and nutrition. I offer support on developing a positive body image, which extends more than just “liking” your body, so that parents can model this for their children. My hope is that this work we do together allows both the parents and the child to adopt behaviors that promote body trust and physical, emotional and psychological well being.
When working with parents, I review current eating/feeding habits, help with menu and meal planning, introduce/support DOR, etc.
Peterborough, New Hampshire
I always provide care with a non-diet, weight-inclusive approach
Huntington, New York
When working with parents of children, I refer to Ellyn Satter’s Division of Responsibility.
I work with children and families to promote positive relationships with food, physical activity and body image.
When working with parents, I focus on the Division of Responsibility, all food fit, weight-neutral, etc.
I use Ellyn Satter’s Division of Responsibility model which is a non-diet model for raising good eaters – focus is on building the child’s eating skills rather than nutrient-focus.
I coach parents to use responsive feeding to support children in developing a positive relationship with food and body.