Nutrition Counseling

Connecticut registered dietitian.

My goal is to help you refresh your relationship with food so that you can feel confident and empowered in feeding yourself and your family. 

I have a special interest in helping people navigate complexities related to vegetarian and vegan diets. 

As a new mom myself, I especially love helping pregnant people with the unique food and nutrition challenges during pregnancy and the fourth trimester.

I approach food from an intuitive eating and plant-forward perspective.

Did you know that you can use your insurance benefits to cover the cost of nutrition counseling? I currently accept Aetna and Cigna insurance for both in person and virtual visits.

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How it Works

I’m so happy to be able to work with you! I like to share an overview of the nutrition counseling process on my website so you can know what to expect.

  • Nutrition counseling is the process by which we work together to address how food can help manage or prevent a specific condition.
  • Sessions combine addressing challenges, setting goals, nutrition education, and sometimes even cooking lessons! 
  • I provide all the resources you need whether that is a meal “plan” recipes, educational materials and food tracking through my portal.  

The first step is to schedule time for us to meet. You can find available times by clicking the “schedule now” button below.  If you have any questions about nutrition counseling that is not covered here, simply schedule a 15 minute discovery call to get your questions answered.

After you select a time to meet, you will provide insurance information (if applicable), payment information and complete an intake form so I can better serve you. 

Once all paperwork is completed, your appointment will be confirmed and we will have our first session! Sessions are one hour. 

I find that my clients are most sucessful when we work together over the course of several sessions. Many insurance plans cover multiple sessions. If we are not using insurance, private pay packages are available. 

My Approach

The Plant-Forward Approach

The plant forward diet is non-diet approach to plant based nutrition that emphasizes plant-based foods like vegetables and fruits, plant-based proteins, whole grains, nuts and seeds, herbs and spices and plant oils without necessarily eliminating animal products completely. Plant forward diets are helpful for managing blood pressure, cholesterol, kidney disease, gout, IBS and overall nutrition.   
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