Midwest Counseling offers a safe place to explore your relationship with food.
Maybe you have anxiety around certain foods, find yourself seeking comfort in food, or feel out of control with eating. Maybe you’ve recently recovered from an addiction and are learning how to nourish your body. You may be seeking nutritional guidance because you have a food allergy or a medical condition that places limitations on food or exercise. Or, maybe you have tried for many years to balance your relationship with food, but find yourself in a cycle of harsh, critical self-talk.
Midwest Counseling can provide non-judgmental, evidence-based support.
Maggie Garrity RDN, LDN is a highly experienced, skilled dietitian who can work with you to improve your relationship with food. Her nutrition philosophy of balance, variety, and moderation allows you and your loved ones to move from fear-based food choices to freedom-based food choices.
Nutritional counseling at Midwest Counseling is tailored to an individual’s needs, and may include support for:
- Mindful eating practices
- Portion sizing while eating at home
- Portion sizing while dining out
- Determining emotional versus physical hunger
- Meal preparation
- Balanced meal planning
- Grocery shopping
- Food exposures
- Nutrition education regarding balance of macro and micronutrients
- Personalized exercise plans
- De-bunking diet myths
- Adequate hydration
- Improving body image
- Medical nutrition therapy for related issues including but not limited to: diabetes, elevated blood pressure, food allergies, digestive complications, irregular lab values, pregnancy and lactation, weight fluctuations
To start a conversation about nutrition counseling at Midwest Counseling, contact Maggie Garrity, RDN, LDN, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (414) 459-9338.