Nikki earned her undergraduate degree from Hobart & William Smith Colleges. After working in an environmental firm, she discovered her passion for teaching and connecting with people and decided to attend Simmons College to become a registered dietitian.
As a lifetime soccer player, Nikki began her studies wanting to pursue sports nutrition. However, during one of her dietetic internship rotations at an eating disorder treatment program, Nikki found her calling helping clients redefine and develop a new relationship with food.
Nikki has worked at both Laurel Hill (residential treatment) and EDCB, Monte Nido’s partial hospitalization program in Boston. She believes in experiential nutrition therapy and enjoys grocery shopping, cooking, going out for lunch and eating with clients.
Nikki loves to experiment in the kitchen and has taken a series of culinary courses at Cambridge School of Culinary Arts. She is also an active member of the Multi-Service Eating Disorder Association.
- Eating Disorders
- Sports Nutrition
- Women’s Health
- Intuitive Eating