Rather than focusing on what foods are “good” and “bad”, the calorie value of food, or weight loss, we combine nutritional understanding with a focus on listening to your hunger and fullness, identifying what types of foods make you feel good, and developing a flexible and enjoyable way of eating that suits your way of life. We believe this approach leads to more sustainable nutrition improvements and holistic health benefits over time!
We have fully registered dietitians who offer a range of services, including:
• One-on-one consultations
• Couples, families, & group sessions
• Skype consultations
Meet the Team!
Shauna is both an Accredited Practising Dietitian and a psychologist! She has been supporting people to free themselves from eating, weight and body image concerns for over 12 years now. Shauna follows a weight neutral approach and all of her work is strongly aligned with non-dieting nutrition philosophies. Her passion is helping people to develop positive relationships with food and finding easy, non-restrictive ways to nourish themselves.
Shauna has a special interest in:
- Non-diet nutrition
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Food allergies & intolerances
- Food chemical sensitivities
- Celiac Disease
- Pregnancy & breastfeeding nutrition
- Food parenting
- Bariatric surgery nutrition
She also has a special interest in the prevention of weight and body image concerns in children. She became interested in childhood nutrition when she noticed a common theme emerging in her psychological work with adults: negative relationships with food and body image in adults is often related to experiences around food and body image in childhood. She strongly believes that what happens in the early years matters and enjoys helping families set up healthy eating and positive relationships with food for their children from the very beginning of life (conception to childhood).
As a dietitian and psychologist, Shauna can provide evidence-based nutrition and dietetics advice along with psychological strategies to help you overcome any barriers you may have to implementing positive nutrition changes into your lifestyle.