What is the Nourish Program?

Nourish is our specialized program designed for individuals who are struggling with eating disorders and/or disordered eating behaviors. Our Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDNs) have extensive training, understanding, and knowledge to provide a welcoming and warm environment, and a treatment plan that leads to freedom.

The program includes:
-Weekly one-on-one private sessions, either in-person or by telehealth
-Biweekly support group (optional)
-Collaboration with other healthcare providers (Primary Care Physicians, therapists, psychiatrists, etc.)
-Support materials

Who is Nourish for?

The Nourish Program is open to anyone seeking to improve their relationship with food. You may have a diagnosed eating disorder, or may be seeking to prevent one.

Not sure if Nourish is right for you? Ask yourself the following questions:

- Are you concerned about your relationship with food?

- Do you have a poor body image?

- Does food make you feel anxious or out of control?

- Have you been on multiple diets or weight loss pursuits and feel trapped in this cycle?

- Are you ready to quit dieting and pursue evidence-based intuitive eating?

If you answered "yes" to any of the above questions, you may benefit from our Nourish program.

What is an Eating Disorder?

An eating disorder is a serious illness that affects a person’s mental and physical health. It is estimated that 10 million men and 20 million women in the United States have, or will have, an eating disorder in their lifetime.

Eating disorders impact people of all ages, races, genders, social classes and body sizes. Meaning, you cannot look at someone and diagnose them with an eating disorder.

There are several different eating disorder diagnoses:

- Anorexia Nervosa
- Binge-Eating Disorder (BED)
- Bulimia Nervosa
- Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID)
- Orthorexia
- Pica
- Other Specified Feeding or Eating Disorder (OSFED)
- Rumination Disorder

Eating disorders can be serious and life threatening. They affect all organs of the body. The earlier a person with an eating disorder receives treatment, the greater the likelihood of recovery. Eating disorders often require treatment by a team of healthcare providers including Primary Care Physicians, therapists, and dietitians.

How we help

At Anderson’s Nutrition, our Nourish dietitians specialize in eating disorders, are Health At Every Size® (HAES) aligned, and their nutrition philosophies are rooted in intuitive eating. We have a warm and compassionate approach that makes the process enjoyable.

Our goal is to help you heal your relationship with food and your body. Our clients work towards food freedom and overall-well being through an individualized, non-diet approach led by our Registered Dietitians.

Goal Setting
Our trained and experienced dietitians will work with you to create a realistic and customized plan. We set goals, establish a treatment team, and work together to fight your eating disorder. We help normalize your relationship with food, your body, and movement.

Counseling
Behavior change can be hard! That is why our dietitians are trained in behavior-change counseling. We will help you identify barriers and create realistic strategies so you can overcome challenges, and reach your goals.

Results
We have a long history of helping clients heal their relationship with food and learn to eat more intuitively, all while practicing a non-diet approach that leads to food freedom. We deliver long-term, sustainable results that improve both physical and mental health.

What our clients are saying

"I was struggling with food restriction as part of my eating disorder. Working with my dietitian helped me change my relationship with food and as a result, feel much better."

"My dietitian’s guidance makes me feel confident that a healthy lifestyle with food is not out of reach."

"Food had been an emotional coping mechanism for the better part of my life. There have been many trials, traumas, and no small amount of effort to change my eating lifestyle. However, all of the efforts that have been made could not yield the results I had so desperately sought. In time, hopelessness deterred my future efforts.

Those feelings were promptly put to rest upon meeting my dietitian. Her guidance makes me feel confident that a healthy lifestyle with food is not out of reach. There is never any insecurities or discomfort in our meetings. The introduction of a journal and repetitive subtle changes in my diet has allowed me to reach substantial milestones. While there are still trials ahead and some days are better than others, I have never felt like there has truly been a difference until now. My dietitian creates a welcoming atmosphere with her professional and honest guidance.

To say that I am happy with my dietitian's hard work and patience with me is not enough. She gives me hope and strength to keep trying."

Cost

We have three payment options for clients who are seeking  Nourish services:

Pay Using Medical Insurance

Most insurance companies will provide benefits for the one-on-one nutrition counseling portion, often at 100%. There are some expenses that are not covered by insurance, such as the coordinated care fee, the bi-weekly support group, and/or any starting materials needed to assist you on your journey. Pricing can start as low as $49/month with insurance.

Learn more about using insurance

 

Self Pay: Special Bundled Pricing

We offer a discounted program that covers weekly one-on-one sessions with a Registered Dietitian, an optional biweekly support group, and coordinated care fees. Cost: $575 per month.

 

Self Pay: Pay As You Go 

Individual sessions are $160 and a monthly coordinated care fee of $49 is required.

 

Let’s Talk

Contact us or schedule a call to learn more about Nourish or to make an appointment. Our team is here to assist you!

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