STUCK AT HOME?
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Jamie understands that relationships with food can be complicated and accompanied by critical thoughts, judgments and trauma. Given her personal experience of caring for a loved one with an eating disorder, Jamie knows that recovering often involves changing ingrained behaviors. But, also from her personal experience, she knows how much is possible.
Jamie’s personal mission is to provide a safe and inclusive space for people of all sizes, shapes, genders, sexualities, races, religions, abilities, and backgrounds. In particular, Jamie understands the intersection between sexuality, gender identity, gender expression and eating disorders. As such, Jamie creates a safe and affirming environment for transgender, non-binary and queer individuals who struggle with their relationship with food, eating disorders/disordered eating, chronic dieting and negative body image.
Jamie received her Bachelor’s degree from The College of Wooster and completed the Coordinated Program in Dietetics and a master’s degree in Food and Nutrition at Framingham State University.