At We All Eat, we empower you to improve your relationship with food, engage in life-enhancing movement, and find peace with your body image.
These one to one sessions are a safe space for you to dive into what's going on with food, exercise, and body image. In these sessions, your dietitian will help you understand the root of your food beliefs, explore a healthier relationship with food, and set long term goals in effort to make eating easy again. Learn more about nutrition counseling here.
Emily co-founded Nourish, a support group for Christian women overcoming disordered eating. Nourish provides various groups throughout the year to cover topics like values, purpose, nourishment and body image through the lens of the bible vs diet culture. Click here for more information.
Emily is well on her way to becoming a CEDRD Supervisor. Want to be the first to know when this goes live? Let me know here!
Set yourself apart and make positive change that supports yourself nutritionally, independent of cultural diet fads going on around you.
There's no one-size-fits-all when it comes to relationships with food. Our culture, upbringing, and life experiences allow us to see food differently.
Getting vulnerable can be scary, but that's where the magic happens. Feeling connected to your dietitian is an important part of this work and we want you and your lived experiences to feel seen, valued, and heard.