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As an anti-diet dietitian and certified intuitive eating counselor, I'm passionate about helping people improve their relationship with food. I am a champion for pleasurable, satisfying food and I believe that you deserve to eat free from guilt and shame. I feel strongly that healthy behaviors aren't restrictive, and I believe respectful care for all bodies is essential. I recognize that access to adequate food and respectful healthcare are essential human rights.

My goal is to help people reconnect to the needs of their body through self-compassion, curiosity, and the practice of nonjudgmental exploration. We will work to help you build trust in your body and heal your relationship with food through increased awareness, and experience.

I believe it is essential to practice inclusive care. I hope to create and provide a space that feels as welcoming and as safe as possible for all. 
Let's explore how you can cultivate a peaceful relationship with food and your body.


Kathleen's philosophy is anti-diet, fat positive and weight inclusive, and she believes body liberation should be accessible to all.  As a practitioner, she incorporates the principles of Health at Every Size. She is certified as an intuitive eating counselor, and continues to expand upon these teachings, seeking to learn from those with lived experience.

Located in Los Angeles, Kathleen (she/her) has New England roots. She has an undergraduate nutrition degree and a Master’s of Science from Boston University in Nutritional Sciences. She has practiced as an RD in Boston, Houston and Dallas, and is licensed to work in many states across the country.


After previously working in more traditional inpatient and outpatient roles, Kathleen now sees clients virtually, and uses a whole-person approach to help people explore their individual needs. She receives professional supervision to support her work.

Kathleen is a member of Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian Professionals (EDRDPro), the Association for Size Diversity and Health (ASDAH) and the International Federation of Eating Disorders Dietitians (IFEDD). She is passionate about weaving evidence-based science with lived experience.

Outside of counseling, Kathleen enjoys leisurely mornings (very rare these days!), the great outdoors, day-dreaming about getting a labrador, reading a good book or tv show with a cup of tea, and time with family. 

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