Nutrition Counseling

Explore your relationship with food through

eatwellgeorgia offers in-person and virtual sessions in several Atlanta locations as well as virtual sessions across the states. Ask us about your state for virtual appointments!

Our practice has been intentionally crafted into a warm, inviting space where clients, families, and groups can gather.

Nutrition Counseling in

Georgia

and illinois, florida, arizona, + california

Nutrition counseling for:

Eating Disorder Recovery

No two eating disorders are the same. Your different lived experiences - anxiety, depression, perfectionism, obsessive thoughts/behaviors, weight stigma, trauma, and sensory issues just to name a few - have an impact on your recovery journey. Together we will honor
and recognize these experiences while actively working to rebuild a different
relationship with food that is supportive of recovery.

Chronic Dieting, Disordered
Eating, + Body Image

Everyone has a unique relationship with food and their body. For you, it may be stuck in a pattern of lifestyle changes in the pursuit of health that just don’t seem to be working. Or maybe what the number on the scale says dictates your food choices that day. We believe that your physical nourishment supports you in living fully from your values. Together, let’s rediscover the joy of eating, find freedom from diet culture, and learn to care for your whole self.

Feeding + Eating Concerns

                              At eatwellgeorgia, we understand that disruptions to nutrition and 
                     growth may happen outside the context of an eating disorder. Clients may
             lack the ability to self-regulate nutrition needs for other reasons. These reasons 
       may include sensory or behavioral issues, lack of appetite cues, overwhelming anxiety, or some other primary diagnosis such as ADHD where eating issues are secondary. We help clients understand the underlying mechanisms that may disrupt their ability to perceive nutrition needs and develop skills and tools to manage their health effectively.

At eatwellgeorgia, we understand that disruptions to nutrition and growth may happen outside the context of an eating disorder. Clients may lack the ability to self-regulate nutrition needs for other reasons. These reasons may include sensory or behavioral issues, lack of appetite cues, overwhelming  anxiety, or some other primary diagnosis such as ADHD where eating issues are secondary. We help clients understand the underlying mechanisms that may disrupt their ability to perceive nutrition needs and develop skills and tools to manage their health effectively.

Experiential Sessions + Meal Support

What better way to get support than through experiential sessions and having a meal together? In our offices, we have fully equipped kitchens that allow for group and individual meal support such as cooking, eating challenge foods together, or simply sitting together at the table.

There's no one size fits all when

Exploring Your
Relationship with Food

When it comes to creating a plan tailored specifically to you and your needs, we think through a lot of things that are going on.

emotions + food

There’s no denying that we all have emotion-based responses when it comes to our relationship with food. When our emotions sway on the challenging side of things, we can bring in some therapeutic modalities to support your emotions while still exploring food.

a hands-on approach

What better way to get support than through experiential sessions and having a meal together? In our offices, we have fully equipped kitchens that allow for group and individual meal support such as cooking, eating challenge foods together, or simply sitting together at the table.

mechanics of your body

Our main goal is to support you as you unpack diet culture thought patterns and myths. We’ll lay the groundwork for understanding the biological mechanisms behind your body and its needs.

we can get crafty

During our journey together, we can pull on art, cooking, exposures, journaling and more in order to guide and support you throughout your counseling and food exploration!

in the nitty gritty

Our team is made up of clinicians who each have their own experience and specialty. We have additional training as gastrointestinal (GI) dietitians, pediatric dietitians, and many of us are Certified Eating Disorder Specialists (CEDS). If these are additional specialties you may benefit from, let us know so we can match you with the best dietitian!

groups + workshops

Healing your relationship with food may require support from the outside. We offer groups and workshops periodically throughout the year for additional support. Let us know if you’d like to be notified when the next group or workshop is starting!

You're ready to start the work...

Now what?

First of all, we are so proud that you recognize the impact that nutrition counseling can have in healing your relationship with food and your body. Here's the next few steps...

Contact Us

Send us a message through our website or give us a call and we’ll make sure we’re a good fit for you!

evaluation
appointment

This is your first appointment with us. We’ll explore your history, nutrition behaviors, and beliefs and can come up with a plan on how to best support you.

follow-up appointment

You’ll meet with your dietitian either weekly, biweekly, or monthly depending on what your needs are! We’ll continue to evaluate your progress and make recommendations as needed. 

We are not in network for any insurance plans but can provide you with a superbill to submit to your insurance to see if they will reimburse you. A superbill is essentially a receipt showing you paid for the session.

Do you accept insurance?

The cost can vary based on provider since it is dependent on their experience. Feel free to contact us and find out what the cost would be for your unique situation!

What is the cost for an appointment?

We use an individualized approach to make clients feel comfortable and safe. We tend to explore your history about nutrition behaviors and beliefs, can give you a sample for eating day-to-day. If parent(s) are present - we may include them in the session for background.

What is an evaluation appointment like?

Follow-ups contain general wellness check-ins, we tend to discuss previous goals, we process any barriers to achieving those goals, and point out ways the client is progressing.

What do appointments tend to look like?

Evaluation then follow-ups vary from weekly, biweekly, and monthly based on need and continue as long as necessary.

How often are appointments?

Send us a message to work together and
we’ll get back to you within 48 business hours!

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