Who I work with

I work with parents, infants, toddlers, children, adults, seniors & anyone looking to improve their relationship with food or their body in Victoria on Vancouver Island, BC or remotely. Some of the areas I am experienced in are:

  • Intuitive Eating
  • Helping structure eating patterns and times for self care
  • Preparation for pregnancy
  • Eating during pregnancy
  • Eating during breastfeeding
  • Breastfeeding support
  • Introducing solid foods to your infant
  • Baby-led weaning
  • Managing “picky eating” or selective eating
  • Supporting a child with sensory challenges or a sensitive temperament
  • Managing food allergies & intolerances
  • Supporting your large or small child with growing into the body nature intended them to have
  • The challenges of feeding yourself and/or your family when you are managing a mental illness
  • Prediabetes management
  • Senior's nutrition, including managing complicated or advanced chronic diseases like dementia, Parkinson's, and heart disease
  • Swallowing issues or concerns in seniors
  • End of life & palliative nutrition 

Do any of these resonate with you?

  • You have difficulty recognizing when you are hungry and when you are full
  • You struggle with your relationship to food and your body
  • You have difficulty nourishing yourself in a reliable, consistent manner
  • You want guidance in nutritionally supporting yourself through conception, pregnancy, or breastfeeding.
  • You are having a hard time managing symptoms associated with pregnancy, such as vomiting, nausea, diarrhea, constipation, or changing appetite.
  • You would like guidance introducing solids to your infant, from a traditional or a baby-led weaning approach.
  • You have a gut feeling your infant, toddler, or child is not eating in a typical manner or not progressing in their eating abilities (even, and maybe especially if, you have had these concerns dismissed by friends, family, or medical professionals).
  • Your child is upset around food, has documented nutrition deficiencies, has a difficult time self regulating, and/or has extreme attention paid to their eating by friends, family, or medical professionals.
  • You or your child have been diagnosed with a food allergy or intolerance, and are finding it difficult to enjoy safe meals as a family.
  • Your child is considered over or underweight, and you want to support your child's natural growth without harming their relationship with food or their body.
  • Your child is considered a "picky eater".
  • Your child has sensory challenges or a sensitive temperament, and it is making eating more difficult for them.
  • You or your child (or both) are consistently not enjoying mealtimes or eating.
  • You find yourself preparing separate meals for different family members at most meals.
  • You feel as though mealtimes are a battle or a struggle.