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Eating Disorder Nutrition Therapy

Hello and welcome!

If you’re here reading this, I want you to know how incredibly brave that is. Finding and getting support, as you heal your food and body image concerns and recover from your eating disorder can feel incredibly trying and tricky. So, I invite you to read all of the below and see if what’s shared speaks with you. If it does, I hope you set up a discovery call (the form to do so is below) or contact me with any questions. If you know you’d like to set up a session, please email me or call me at 415.737.9981

Signs Eating Disorder Nutrition Therapy Work May be for You…

You’re in recovery from an eating disorder and need professional support from a registered dietitian who specializes in eating disorders to help you cultivate a flexible, balanced, peaceful relationship with food, your body, and exercise.

It’s been some time (perhaps even years) since you’ve engaged in eating disorder behaviors, using food and/or exercise in unhealthy ways. And right now, for whatever reason something is going on in your life that’s making those behaviors look really appealing again, and you need support to not engage and instead, healthfully cope. Or,

You’re already working with an eating disorder therapist and medical doctor, but you need a safe space where you can talk about food and body image and where you can learn skills, tools, and techniques on how to nurture a balanced, more flexible relationship with food and exercise and a more positive relationship your body.

If any of the above ring true for you, you’re in the right place. And personally, I think it’s important to note that…

Recovery takes a village, but not just any village. A village of people who you trust and in my opinion, who you genuinely like.

And, I’d be honored to be one of those people, in your eating disorder recovery journey.

Nutrition and Body Image Eating Disorder Recovery Counseling in Marin CountyIf we haven’t formally met – Hi, I’m Corinne.

I’m a registered dietitian, nutrition therapist, and certified intuitive eating counselor. I specialize in helping clients break free from the mental, emotional, and physical toll of chronic dieting, various levels of disordered eating, and body image concerns – as well as nutrition and body image healing work in eating disorder recovery.

I can help support you in your eating disorder recovery process, as you continue to make peace with food and your body.

My job is to help you rediscover your body’s own innate wisdom, so you can make peace with food, build a caring relationship with your body, and connect with yourself, as a whole person, finding joy in food, movement, and life. Because… YES, this is possible for YOU.

In my practice, I treat each and every individual, individually, and I create a safe, judgement free, therapeutic space where you can come, process, and learn how to kindly be with (and in) your body. And where you can learn how to make peace with food.


How Eating Disorder Nutrition Therapy Works

In eating disorder nutrition therapy and recovery counseling, I provide nutrition therapy and body image support to individuals who are in recovery from their eating disorder in person at my office in Mill Valley, California. I work with adolescents, young adults, and adults.

In sessions, I use my experience and growing knowledge about you and your needs to weave together a variety of tools for your movement forward in your healing journey.

Here are some of the tools we’ll likely explore in our work together: 

Nutrition education,

Nutrition science,

Intuitive eating practices,

Self-compassion,

Somatics,

Medical nutrition therapy,

Body image healing practices,

The Health at Every Size® (HAES) approach,

Self-care practices, and

Various coaching and counseling techniques to help you make peace with food and your body.

As your dietitian, and as the nutrition (and body image) pillar in your recovery, I’ll reach out to other members of your recovery team (if present), such as your therapist or mental health professional and medical doctor to help provide comprehensive, seamless care.

What eating disorder nutrition therapy looks like:

An initial 50-minute intake & goal planning session,

50-minute follow-up sessions (typically, weekly),

Unlimited email support,

Homework or “experiments” (we agree upon together) + wrap-up notes after every session,

Resources: handouts, worksheets & more, and

Clarity. Plus, immense support.


Eating Disorder Nutrition Therapy Fees

50-minute, individual session: $150 US dollars

What Clients Have Shared

I just wanted to thank you for your help over the last few months. You’ve been amazing and have given me such great insight. You have been so kind, calm and knowledgeable throughout our sessions together. I really appreciate everything you have helped me with. Recently, I’ve been feeling so relaxed around food. Food doesn’t feel like such a big issue anymore. I feel like I’ve moved on from food being something I battle with to nourishing myself with foods I enjoy. I’m getting on with life and I’m not feeling bothered about food. I also feel like I’m making strides with my body image. Thanks again for you help and I’ll speak to you soon.”

– Poppy N, Mill Valley, California

Corinne is truly amazing at what she does. I used to have an eating disorder but she helped me to learn how to eat intuitively, have a better self esteem, and have better self love for myself and my body. You won’t be disappointed if you work with her. She is genuinely sweet and cares about how you’re doing. I would recommend her to anyone recovering from an eating disorder, wanting to have a healthier relationship with food without dieting, and who needs some help loving themselves and their body. Can’t give her enough praise.

– Mary B, Houston, Texas

The only hesitation I had in working with Corinne was whether or not I was ready to take on such extensive reflection. I think that the question of “Am I ready to change?” was my only roadblock. Since working with Corinne, I’ve stopped a yearlong binging cycle in its tracks and while I’ve had “slips” along the way, my bouncing back has been much faster than days past. The most noticeable change has been that I can feel beautiful at any weight. That idea doesn’t resonate every hour of every day, but it certainly has come more frequently since we started working together.

I particularly liked the fact that Corinne shared her knowledge based on personal experience. It’s important to me when working on self-improvement that whoever is coaching me knows what they’re talking about. And I’m not referring to the book knowledge. While I do think academia behind what we work on is key, I tend to give more credibility to the person who “works her own program” so to speak. Corinne helped me see that I was worth it, that I didn’t have to do anything perfectly, and that changing was a gradual thing that doesn’t really ever end.Thank you for showing up for me, Corinne. This has been an incredible foundation-building journey and your patience and advocacy for me have been incredibly humbling.”

– Taylor W, Larkspur, California


Interested in Working Together?

If you know you’d like to work together, please email me or call me at 415.737.9981. If you’d like to set up a free 20-minute discovery call, please click the button below and schedule a discovery call. On our call, we’ll discuss where you currently are in your relationship with food and body, and your specific goals, related to food, nutrition, intuitive eating, health, and body image. From there, we can get a feel if we’re a good match for one another, and you can decide if you’d like to move forward with eating disorder nutrition therapy.


FAQs

Who is eating disorder nutrition therapy for?

Eating disorder nutrition therapy is for individuals who are in recovery from their eating disorder: anorexia nervosa, binge eating disorder, bulimia nervosa, or any other feeding or eating disorder. It’s for those who need support (typically, weekly) to stay the path as they heal from restricting, binging, compulsive exercising, food fears, and/or body image concerns. Individuals who have psychological barriers preventing them from establishing a flexible, intuitive approach with food (like food fears or fear of gaining weight) can also benefit from eating disorder nutrition therapy. Clients engaging in this service, for the most part, are also working with a mental health professional and medical doctor. In my work, I bring a lot of body image healing practices into the room (if desired or needed), so individuals who are interested in body image healing work would also benefit from our work together.

What age groups do you work with?

I work with adolscents, young adults, and adults.

How do you work with clients?

I see clients in person at my office in Mill Valley, California.

What’s the difference between nutrition & body image counseling and eating disorder nutrition therapy?

While many concepts, tools, and learnings will overlap in each of these 1:1 coaching and counseling experiences that I offer, it can be beneficial to understand which experience is best for you and our work together, so we have a good idea of where our work needs to begin. On our discovery call, if this is a question for you, I can help sort out which option may be the best for you, but in short…In nutrition & body image counseling clients generally: Have hunger cues consistently and frequently, although they may not always honor them in a timely manner; may or may not be working with a therapist or mental health professional; and have not been formally diagnosed with an eating disorder. Or, if they were diagnosed, it was a fair amount of time back and they’re ready (emotionally, physically, and mentally) to go full-steam ahead into intuitive eating, body image healing, and self-compassion work. You can find more information about nutrition & body image counseling here.

In eating disorder nutrition therapy clients generally: Are in recovery from an eating disorder; Don’t consistently and frequently have hunger cues and need support in getting those cues (and other body attunement cues, like fullness) back; need support in consistently and appropriately nourishing their body, and are working with a therapist or mental health professional and medical doctor.


How long will we have to work together in my recovery journey?

I wish I could answer that. But unfortunately, this isn’t cookie-cutter type work. Each individual is different and needs a different counseling experience. Typically, I work with individuals for 1-plus years in this healing work. With that shared, please know that every client experience is different and unique, and we will work together as partners to figure out what is best for you, as we move forward in our work.


Do you take insurance?

I don’t currently take insurance. However, I can provide you a superbill that you can personally submit to your insurance to potentially receive reimbursement for services. Please note: even with a superbill, there is no guarantee for reimbursement, and you’ll still need to pay in advance, or at the time of, our counseling session. I encourage you to check with your insurance provider to see if and what registered dietitian services are covered under your plan. If you’d like to check with your insurance what nutrition counseling services are covered for you, here is a document to review and use when checking your insurance benefits with the codes and questions you need.


I’m in. I’d like to get started with eating disorder nutrition therapy.

Amazing. Please email me or call me at 415.737.9981, if you know you want to get started. If you’d like to set up a no-cost discovery call, please click the button below to schedule. On our discovery call, we’ll explore if nutrition therapy is a good fit for you at the present time, and where you’d ultimately like to go in your healing journey. We can talk next steps, if you’re interested in moving forward.