I'm an Intuitive Eating Pro!
I'm an Intuitive Eating Pro!

I have gained certification as an Intuitive Eating Pro!  I also strongly beleive in HAES, or "Health At Every Size".

I just can't stop eating...


BED (Binge Eating Disorder) is a very real problem that affects over 4 million Americans. You may feel out of control around food, obsessed and ravenous. A binge can go on for hours….leaving you depressed and drained. The cycle of binge eating can be stopped-but not by dieting.


     A new treatment for BED has emerged…Intuitive Eating. In its most simple terms, intuitive eating is trusting your body’s natural hunger for food: learning to tune in and listen-eat what you want, eat when you’re hungry, stop when you’re full. It seems simple, but this process can be daunting.  Intuitive Eating is an approach we can use for all disordered eating types, whether you tend to overeat or restrict.


Counseling can help you recognize the reasons WHY you eat, and help you address them in a real way. Together, we can focus on whole health rather than weight loss….a goal that will mean more for you and your loved ones, as you embrace life differently.


I usually take a team approach to treating disordered eating, which might include seeing a registered dietician, talking with your primary care physician, and adding some other holistic therapies, like Accupuncture or Yoga.  Together with your team, we can work towards 'health at every size".  Learn more about 'Health At Every Size".



Some signs of Binge Eating Disorder include:

  • Inability to stop eating or control what you’re eating
  • Rapidly eating large amounts of food
  • Eating even when you’re full
  • Hiding or stockpiling food to eat later in secret
  • Eating normally around others, but gorging when you’re alone
  • Eating continuously throughout the day, with no planned mealtimes
  • Feeling stress or tension that is only relieved by eating
  • Embarrassment over how much you’re eating
  • Feeling numb while bingeing—like you’re not really there or you’re on auto-pilot.
  • Never feeling satisfied, no matter how much you eat
  • Feeling guilty, disgusted, or depressed after overeating
  • Desperation to control weight and eating habits