who we are
the snc team
Seeds Nutrition Counseling is a group of highly-specialized Registered Dietitians located in Dallas, TX. We are fiercely passionate about helping individuals and families affected by eating disorders & disordered eating, along with those looking to improve their relationship with food and their body.
Our dietitians work with adults, teens, & kiddos over the age of 8+, and see clients from all over the DFW metroplex, including Richardson, Plano, Allen, Garland, Mesquite, Addison, Prosper, McKinney, Ft. Worth, and many more. Not in the DFW area? Our dietitians are able to see clients in several other states, including (but not limited to): Texas, Oklahoma, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Louisiana, Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Arizona, California, Utah, Michigan, & Virginia.
If you are not located in any of the above states, please don’t hesitate to reach out as we’d be happy to look into licensure laws in your state!
Our mission is to provide more accessible, highly-specialized, patient-centered care for individuals and families affected by eating disorders & feeding differences in Texas, Oklahoma, and beyond!
CEO & REGISTERED DIETITIAN
What We Believe In
All foods fit
The All Foods Fit philosophy means exactly that – all foods fit when it comes to nutrition. The goal is to eat in a way that supports your body, mind, and your tastes without external influences (diet culture, friends or family, the eating disorder, etc.). There are no “good” or “bad” foods here – this is a judgment-free zone! Foods are enjoyed by listening to what you and your body are craving and honoring your body signals. After all, nutrition is about so much more than just getting in nutrients and fueling our bodies! It’s also about satisfaction, enjoyment, socialization, and celebration…and all that stuff is pretty dang important too, right?
health at every size®
Health At Every Size® (HAES) is an evidence-based approach that supports people of all sizes in adopting healthy behaviors that lead to improvements in overall health. It’s an inclusive social justice movement that aims to respect and honor body diversity as well as cultivate compassionate self-care. It’s not possible to assess someone’s health based on their weight, and our body shape & size is largely out of our control. As a HAES dietitian, I don’t focus on weight and instead focus on behavior changes that lead to improvements in mental & physical health.
Intuitive Eating is a weight-inclusive and evidence-based health approach that incorporates mind & body. It’s not a diet nor a meal plan, nor is it simply “eating when you’re hungry and stopping when you’re full.” Instead, it includes 10 principles that cultivate or remove barriers to body signals and awareness. Intuitive Eating helps empower us to free ourselves from food rules, diet culture, and obsessing over the number on the scale.
All body sizes & shapes are welcomed, respected, valued, and celebrated! Bodies were meant to come in all shapes and sizes, & you are so much more than just a body and a number on the scale. We shift the focus towards health-related behaviors that we actually can change (like getting enough sleep, decreasing stress, finding ways to engage in joyful movement, just to name a few).
Proud members of the HEALers Circle!
It’s unfortunately a privilege to be able to afford highly-specialized, patient-centered, compassionate eating disorder treatment. For this reason, we have partnered with Project HEAL to help us provide financial assistance to those who need it most in order to access the care that they need.
Need a sliding scale rate? Not sure how to make the most out of your health insurance coverage when it comes to treatment? Are your insurance co-pays so high that you cannot cover the cost? Click the button below to learn more & apply for financial assistance!
a cozy, healing space
We hope you love our cozy, healing office as much as we do! It’s no surprise to us as dietitians working in the eating disorder space that we are often the last person someone with an eating disorder (ED) feels safe with. After all, our work revolves around constantly challenging the eating disorder, and ED doesn’t exactly love that journey. We have built a space that we hope you find calming, cozy, & healing – a space where you can come and feel free to be your authentic self (and yes, we totally have snacks for you!).