Megan earned her bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Oregon in 2009 and a bachelor's degree in Food and Nutrition Sciences from Seattle Pacific University in 2019. While at SPU, she really enjoyed learning about nutrition counseling and the personal impact it could have on someone's life. After graduating in 2019, she spent three years working at a nutrition tech company helping to create an app that could personalize nutrition for any user. When her contract ended, she felt it was time to pursue nutrition counseling which brought her to Nourish.
Approach to care
Megan empowers her patients through education to help them make the best decisions for them. Believing everything can be had in moderation and food is neither "good" or "bad," she hopes to help patients enjoy life while also giving their bodies the nutrition it needs. She believes that nutrition and the goals you have should be able to seamlessly fit into your busy life and she is dedicated to helping you problem-solve to find those solutions. Reaching your goals sometimes takes some trial and error but there is no failure, these are all learning moments that can be built from.
What to expect in your first session with Megan?
The first session with Megan is an information gathering one! Her goal is to get to know you, your goals, and obstacles to those goals. There will be questions about your lifestyle and current diet and she also allows for her patients to ask any questions they need to ask.
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Seattle Pacific University
Gardening, Reading, Listening to podcasts, Cooking, Movies and Netflix.
When would you like to meet with Megan?
Initial appointments are 55 mins and done over Zoom.
Megan earned her bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Oregon in 2009 and a bachelor's degree in Food and Nutrition Sciences from Seattle Pacific University in 2019. After graduating in 2019, she spent three years working at a nutrition tech company helping to create an app that could personalize nutrition for any user. She felt the need to have a more personal approach and sought a career in nutrition counseling.
Megan now focuses her practice on overall health and weight management but is also experienced in helping clients with high cholesterol and high blood pressure. She also offers customized meal plans for caregivers who work with Alzheimer's patients.
As a busy mom of 2, Megan understands the importance of setting goals that fit into your busy life. She can help you make easily implemented changes so your nutrition goals become a reality.
In her spare time, Megan enjoys spending time with family and friends, gardening, volunteering with the PTA, reading, and listening to podcasts. She and her husband are huge hockey fans (Go Kraken!) but also enjoy Formula 1 and football.