Areas of Focus
Anorexia Nervosa • Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake (ARFID) • Binge Eating Disorder • Bulimia Nervosa • Other Specified Feeding and Eating Disorders (OSFED) • Orthorexia • Excercise Addiction • Emotional Addiction • Disordered Eating • Pediatric/Adolescent Nutrition • Family Nutrition • Sports Nutrition • Intuitive Eating
Individual Nutrition Counseling
Meet for personalized nutrition counseling.
Initial Nutrition Assessment (75 min) - During the initial meeting, we will begin with a full nutrition assessment. We will review your health history, nutrition goals, and begin to explore your relationship with food. Together we will create a plan to best meet your goals.
Follow-up nutrition sessions (45 min) - Sessions are scheduled to provide continued support and work on your identified goals. Here, we will delve further into your relationship with food and movement. Each session may look different and topics discussed are tailored towards your individualized work.
Apply the principles of intuitive eating in an interactive setting. Also available as adjunctive support for eating disorder recovery.
Meal support is an experiential way to apply the skills of intuitive eating and practice skills discussed in the session. Mitola Nutrition offers meal support for individuals or small groups tailored to your needs.
Eating Disorder Recovery - Meals are an essential part of the recovery process. Meal support is offered as an adjunctive service for clients wanting to enhance recovery skills or receive additional support. Additionally, family members can participate in meal support to learn the skills needed to support a loved one around the table.
Contact me for your speaking engagements.
Contact me for community presentations and workshops. Select from a wide variety of topics including eating disorder prevention, intuitive eating, Health at Every Size, school nutrition, Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport, and more. Previous speaking engagements include:
Elementary, Middle, and High School (classrooms and after school programs)
Parent support groups