Not Your Average Nutrition Therapy

Is Food Taking Over Your Life?

Does thinking about food or meal planning cause you anxiety?

​Are you wasting money on food you don’t actually like (or need)?

​Do you avoid social situations because they involve food?

Is thinking about food taking over your life?

Unable to take days off of exercise?

Not quite sure where to begin?

Let us help you get back the more important parts of life.

Our philosophy is that ALL foods can fit in a healthy diet,
and that you can practice health and self-love no matter what your size.

Your Registered Dietitian will work with you in a one-on-one approach to find out what works for you, where you need assistance, and help you set goals and overcome obstacles in everyday life. 

We work together to develop a food plan that works for you (no diets!), while helping you figure out how to eat intuitively, balance meals and snacks, and create better behaviors for lasting recovery.

We encourage you to keep in contact between sessions via secure messaging to help with accountability and increase your success. Sessions are held through secure video calls (“Telehealth”).

​Optional services include snack challenges and meal outings.

Our Dietitians have experience working with:
Emotional eating, Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder,
Other Specified Feeding and Eating Disorders
, Compulsive Exercise,
​and many other ​types of nutritional needs.

Client Testimonials

“I have struggled with a severe eating disorder in the forms of anorexia, bulimia and binge eating for over a decade. I was fortunate to receive treatment from all levels of care, as well as work with many professionals. However, none were able to help me take the steps to truly recover and move on from my eating disorder until I began working with Libby. I would have given up long ago, and on many occasions, if it weren’t for Libby. I credit her as someone who will forever be one of the most important people in giving me the life back I never dreamed possible.”

Brittany Burgunder (author of Safety in Numbers: From 56 to 221 Pounds, My Battle with Eating Disorders –A Memoir)

“When you send your 1st child off to college it’s an exciting time with a whole new chapter in life beginning.From the beginning Libby was accommodating and caring. When my daughter’s disorder came back with a vengeance, things became very worrisome for me because I was no longer there to make sure she was okay . . . but Libby was. The reality of how special Libby is hit me a couple months ago when the reality of my daughter’s condition and her body’s weakness during the flu season put her at risk for hospitalization. After my initial fit of panic I composed myself and realized I actually had complete and total peace because I KNEW that Libby would take care of my daughter until I could get there. This is why I needed to write this – a mom needs to know that her precious gift is going to be cared for not only by someone who is excellent in her field of knowledge and training but by someone who has also has a heart full of compassion. When you find someone like that you want to let everyone know!”

Laura (Mother of an eating disorder client)

“Libby takes the time to get to know you and your situation and offers relevant and doable recommendations. She also actively researches to give you additional resources. She actively listens and asks clarifying questions. She looks for the underlying obstacles to the goals I’ve set. I would absolutely recommend her!”

Ava, Client

“You can tell Libby is very knowledgeable and has experience that was very relatable to me. She’s reasonable and compassionate, and is open to however she can help you in the way that would benefit you the most. I felt accepted when I initially kept doubting myself and never felt shamed for any of my behaviors. I’ve gained a better insight into my struggles with eating and was given many mechanisms to deal with them based on my behaviors and experiences. Though I may not be fully recovered yet, I now have the tools and answers I need to re-establish my relationship with food.”

Misty, client

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