Ashley is a Registered Dietitian with a Master's Degree in Nutritional Science. She has experience working for the WIC program counseling on topics surrounding prenatal nutrition, breastfeeding, and childhood nutrition. She also has extensive personal and professional experience in vegan/vegetarian diets.
Approach to care
Ashley believes that learning food neutrality and breaking free of a diet-mindset can help you reach your health goals in a sustainable, non-restrictive way. She focuses more on your overall dietary pattern as well as non-food aspects of health such as sleep, exercise, and self-care without bringing any judgment or criticism into the conversation. She understands that the nutrition messaging surrounding us can often be confusing or contradictory and uses a logical, evidence-based approach to answer your questions, while still accounting for the emotional and social aspects of food.
What to expect in your first session with Ashley?
In your first session with Ashley, she will spend time getting to know you in great detail. You may discuss medical history, past experiences with diet changes, what foods you typically eat - what you like/dislike, your lifestyle (work, family, social life), and anything else she may find relevant. She will work with you to prioritize your goals and break them down into manageable steps so you can feel confident and prepared to start making changes.
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North Carolina Central University| Masters in Nutritional Sciences and Bachelors in Family and Consumer Sciences
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When would you like to meet with Ashley?
Initial appointments are 55 mins and done over Zoom.