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Note: My practice is currently full and I am not accepting new clients at this time. I’ll be accepting new clients in April 2021. If you’re interested in working together then, please email me to be placed on the waiting list.

Please see the different ways we can work together below. My office is located in Mill Valley, California. However, all appointments are currently being conducted online, over a secure, HIPAA-Compliant video platform for those in California. Session hours: Tuesdays 11 am – 5 pm pst / Wednesdays 12 – 6 pm pst / Thursdays 11 am – 5 pm pst. If you have any questions, regarding services, please call 415.737.9981 or email me at 

1:1 Eating Disorder Nutrition Therapy


Recovery takes a village, but not just any village. A village of people who you trust and in my opinion, who you genuinely like. I’d be honored to be one of those people, as you make peace with food and your body, and as you heal. In eating disorder nutrition therapy, I work with individuals who are in recovery from an eating disorder, their caregivers (if an adolescent), and other members of their treatment team. Together we embark upon the journey to full recovery and a nourished healthy relationship with food, mind, and body.


1:1 Nutrition & Body Image Counseling 


Personal counseling is the most intimate and individualized way to begin making peace with food and your body. If you’re ready to nurture a healthy relationship with food and build a caring relationship with your body, I can help – no dieting, willpower, or food rules required.


The Eating Disorder Recovery Support Group for Teens (online)


A 6-week online eating disorder recovery support group for teens 14-18 years of age. This group serves as an addition to eating disorder treatment and care and offers a brave space for teens to connect with others in recovery. Group is skills and education based. Group topics include: Mindful movement in recovery, navigating food and challenging feelings, skills for nurturing a positive body image, and reframing unhelpful food and body thoughts, among others. For more information and details, please click the “learn more” button below.