Willamette Nutrition Source, LLC

Providing Education, Treatment and Support for those Diagnosed with Eating Disorders

Private Nutrition Consulting

The prospect of you, your child, or another family member being diagnosed with an eating disorder can be frightening and confusing. Often, people are given conflicting information, adding to the confusion.

Willamette Nutrition Source, is a private nutrition consulting business. I specialize in medical nutrition therapy for eating disorders including: anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorders, eating disorders not otherwise specified (EDNOS), and ARFID.

I work with children, adolescents and college aged young adults who are working with their families or a strong social support network and with families on meal issues with their children and I help families decide if there is a problem with their child’s eating habits or food intake.

I am also available for consultations and training.

Helping Hands Summit
Online October 13, 2018

10 highly informative webinars

Helping Hands Summit registration: Strategies, tools and hope to help you care for someone with an eating disorder.  Online October 13, 2018

The Helping Hands Summit is for parents, partners, or anyone who is looking for reliable and accurate information and hope about eating disorder recovery for their loved one. Professionals are also welcome to join.

The summit provides you with 10 webinars delivered by leading eating disorder experts and caregivers who are advocates. You'll also get a free e-book full of resources. Watch the webinars at your pace and join the Facebook Live Q & A sessions with the speakers. You are not alone in this. Register now at https://HelpingHandsSummit.com

We are on Facebook @Helping_Hands_Summit and Instagram @Helping_Hands_Summit


Where to Turn

If you have a loved one with an eating disorder, I can provide you with:

  • Up-to-date and factual information about eating disorders
  • Treatment options as part of a multidisciplinary team that includes your medical and mental health providers
  • Information about how you can support a person diagnosed with an eating disorder
  • An environment that is compassionate and understanding

Eating Disorder Recovery is Possible

Research shows that eating disorders are not a personal or a lifestyle choice; they have a strong genetic and biological component and treatment can be effective. I believe that eating disorders are best overcome with social support and, in the case of pediatric patients, the family.

Focus and Area of Specialty

  • Eating disorders in children, adolescents, and young adults who are working with familyor a social support network
  • Eating issues in children and family meal issues
  • Parent Support groups
  • Eating issues in children and family meal issues
  • Continuing medical education, nutrition counseling, and intervention and training for other health care professionals related to nutrition
  • Coordination of outpatient care with a treatment team
  • Support for those returning to their community from residential programs