Amanda has worked in the field of nutrition for the past decade, the last six as a Registered Dietitian in the Eating Disorder field. She received her undergraduate degree in Dietetics and Psychology at North Dakota State University, which included completing an internship with the University of Minnesota at the Emily Program. She also has a Masters Degree in Health Education with an emphasis on Eating Disorder from Plymouth State University in New Hampshire.
Amanda has experience in working and managing kitchens, so she knows what to help you debunk about your food fears. She loves to find a realistic view on food; whether you are dipping your toes in repairing your relationship with food or have been working on it for forever. Amanda is a firm believer that there are no good foods or bad foods, except for olives which are objectively gross. She is passionate about fat liberation, Health at Every Size, and gentle nutrition. She is so excited to mend the experiences and memories you have with food, make new liberating food experiences, and help you develop a fearless relationship with food.
When not in the office you will find her with her corgi, Hamilton, watching the newest TV series that has been recommended, reading a silly fiction book, trying a new restaurant that hopefully has a patio, or traveling to a new state park/state/country/literally wherever.