+ How do I get started?
Click here to schedule your free 15-minute phone consult. We’ll discuss your health challenges and goals, and how I can help you make sustainable changes.
+ What happens in an initial session?
In our initial 75-minute session, I’ll do a comprehensive assessment to get to know you better. We’ll discuss your health history, eating habits, lifestyle, values, and so much more. Together, we'll create a personalized nutrition and lifestyle plan with realistic action steps to reach your health and wellness goals. Afterwards, you can expect an email recap with your plan as well as other helpful handouts and resources.
+ How do follow-up session packages work?
You can purchase follow-up sessions individually, or as a three session package or six session package.
In each 45-minute follow-up session, we’ll celebrate your successes and problem solve any obstacles. We’ll reinforce and revise your personalized plan to keep moving towards your goals. I’ll be there to provide support and accountability throughout your whole health journey.
We’ll meet every 2-3 weeks after your initial session. I’m also available for unlimited email support between sessions.
+ How long will this process take?
It depends. Your progress will depend on your goals, your lifestyle, your biology, and more. True, long-lasting change takes commitment, introspection, time, and support. We’ll dig deep to find the root of your concerns in order to develop healthier habits that will feel intuitive and enjoyable for the rest of your life.
+ Do you accept insurance?
I don’t accept insurance, but I can provide a superbill (medical receipt) upon request. If your insurance company reimburses for dietitian services, you can submit the superbill to them and they may reimburse you directly.
+ Where are you located? Can we meet virtually?
My office is located at 1 N 4th Place in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. It is a short walk from the Bedford Ave station via the L train, or a slightly longer walk from the Metropolitan Ave station via the G train.
If you don’t live nearby or are too busy to travel, I’m also happy to meet through video chat (Facetime or Skype). For a small additional fee, I can come to you.
+ What is the difference between a "Registered Dietitian" and a "Nutritionist"?
Anyone can call themselves a nutritionist, but only a registered dietitian (RD) or registered dietitian-nutritionist (RDN) has the credentials to prove their expertise. Although some RDs choose to call themselves nutritionists, other individuals with no formal nutrition education may also use the term to sound more credible.
In addition to holding a bachelor's degree, an RD or RDN must fulfill an accredited nutrition curriculum, complete over 1200 hours of supervised practice at a health care facility, and pass a rigorous registration exam.
+ Have another question?
Send me an email and I’ll do my best to back to you the same day!