Food can fuel your body and feed your soul. It brings people and cultures together. Your relationship to food, your body and other people in your life is far more important than the nutrients you consume. We celebrate the diverse nature of food and those who share it as well as the diverse ways bodies exist in the world. Proudly working with all ages, genders, races, bodies and abilities, we create a safe environment to explore food and body relationships, leading to freedom from dieting and whole person healing.
WHOLE PERSON CARE THAT WORKS
Create a positive relationship with food, your body and yourself while achieving greater overall wellbeing.
From eating disorders to feeding concerns, life transitions to mood disorders, athletic performance to women’s health, our experienced, registered dietitians and psychotherapists have a wide variety of specialties and can help you through:
- One-on-one counseling
- Occupational therapy consultation
- Group therapy
- Real life experiential practice
- Meal support
- Kitchen organization assistance
- Cooking lessons
We accept a wide variety of health insurance.
CUSTOMIZED COUNSELING AND PROGRAMS.
One-on-one, in small groups, at home or in our office, you’ll find a comfortable place to reach your personal goals.
LARGE GROUP PROGRAMS
Any organization can benefit from better health. We work with a variety of budgets to create programs for schools or groups of any size.
MEET YOUR TEAM.
Amy is founder and owner of Metrowest Nutrition. Understanding the influence of diet culture and stong connection between social identity, psychology and health, she strives to bring equity to the world of caring for individuals around concerns relating to food and body.
Alison is a Certified Eating Disorder Dietitian through IAEDP and the Clinical Manager at Metrowest Nutrition. Prior to joining Metrowest Nutrition full-time, she was Lead Dietitian at a residential eating disorder treatment program. She has extensive experience at all levels of eating disorder care, including inpatient, with both adults and adolescents.
Jamie brings patience and compassion to her clients. She helps them heal their relationship with their bodies, allowing for a better connection to themselves. Jamie earned her Bachelor of Science from The College of Wooster and her master’s degree from Framingham State University.