My interest in the field of nutrition is born of my insatiable curiosity about the human condition; our eating habits live at the intersection of our biology and psychology, and I deeply believe that how we eat is a window into our humanity. I hold an undergraduate degree from the University of Rochester in Brain and Cognitive Sciences and attended Winthrop University for my graduate coursework in human nutrition. Upon receiving licensure I spent some time working as a clinical dietitian in a hospital setting, but quickly discovered a passion for connecting with clients in individual nutrition counseling work. I have worked in eating disorder treatment at the PHP, IOP, and outpatient levels of care. I founded my private practice, Second Breakfast Nutrition, in 2015; our practice philosophy is rooted in Health at Every Size, Intuitive Eating, and Size Inclusivity. All of the clinicians at SBN are dedicated to providing compassionate, client-centered care.