Mary became a dietitian during the COVID-19 pandemic. Soon after, she launched her virtual nutrition counseling business, seeing a need for more accessible nutrition care during the shutdown. Mary focuses on plant-based/vegetarian/vegan diets, disordered eating, and general health.
Approach to care
Through scientific and behavioral-backed “Intuitive Eating,” Mary approaches food and eating holistically, focusing on support systems, goal-setting, and accountability so her clients can reach their optimal physical, mental, and social health. Mary’s patients are diverse in age, background, and gender identity, as she understands that everybody’s health journey is unique, and she tailors her work towards suiting her patients’ individualistic needs.
What to expect in your first session with Mary?
Mary see patients as humans first. Calling herself her patients’ “Nutrition Ally,” Mary builds rapport quickly, knowing that trust is key to a strong partnership and successful outcomes. Mary also asks many questions about overall health and motivations to get a clear understanding of her patients. By the end of their first sessions, patients will set at least one tangible goal for the week ahead. In follow-ups, patients share their goal’s updates, including what went well, what barriers may have gotten in the way to achieving it, and how to make goals more resilient for life’s ups and downs.
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Certificate, Food Policy and Sustainable Leadership, Arizona State University —
Dietetic Internship, University of Massachusetts: Amherst — Bachelor of Science, Nutrition, Syracuse University
Reading anything by Colleen Hoover, hitting the gym, learning Spanish, and feverishly adjusting baked good recipes for the Colorado altitude
When would you like to meet with Mary?
Initial appointments are 55 mins and done over Zoom.