Our team of fully registered dietitians is the opposite of the food police you may be thinking about! Rather than telling you what foods are ‘good’ and ‘bad’, focusing on counting calories, or obsessing over the number on the scales, they will help you find out what works for your mind and body, and provide the nutritional support and guidance required to help you develop a flexible, enjoyable, and sustainable way of eating that works for you as a unique individual!
Our dietitians hold an array of interests, employ a variety of evidence-based approaches, and offer a range of services, including:
(face to face)
One-on-one Telehealth consultations
Couples & families sessions
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
- Eating Disorders and disordered eating
- 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.
Courtney is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian (B ExNutrSc & MDiet) who has a passion for helping others improve their relationships with food, their bodies, and their minds. She believes in a sustainable approach to nutrition and wants to empower her clients to improve their health and nourish their bodies so they can live their best lives!
Courtney will support you every step of the way in your journey and encourage your input throughout your sessions – because you are the expert of you!
Courtney has a special interest in:
- Sustainable weight management
- Bariatric surgery nutrition
- Gut health including Irritable Bowel Syndrome & food intolerances
- Pregnancy & fertility nutrition
- Integrative & holistic nutrition
- Disordered eating & body image concerns
- Women’s nutrition
In your sessions with Courtney you will develop clear achievable goals, be provided with holistic dietary advice that will underpin a tailored treatment plan that suits your lifestyle, and be supported to overcome the challenges you will face along the way.
NOTE: The Dakota South Entrance is right near a bus stop with a bench near the corner of Macquarie & Beeston Streets.
PARKING: There is street parking (not metered) on surrounding streets, but if you can’t find a spot, we have a client car park under the building so please call to be let in!