Spotlight On Our Grads

Our graduates are doing some amazing work! Get to know a few of them below...

Dr. Jasmine Bradley

Dr. Jasmine Bradley is a licensed Clinical Psychologist. She received her undergraduate degree (B.A. in Psychology) in 2002 from Williams College, in Williamstown, Massachusetts. Dr. Bradley went on to earn her Masters in Sport Psychology (2009) and Doctorate (2011) in Clinical Psychology. Dr. Bradley has over 15 years of coaching and psychotherapy experience. During her postdoctoral residency, which had a focus on Mindfulness and Self-Compassion Based Approaches to Psychological Wellbeing, Jasmine personally experienced the impact chronic stress can have on the human body and mind. Her own challenges provided the impetus for her immersion into mindfulness, self-compassion and acceptance based approaches to well being. Dr. Jasmine Bradley strives to support others in uncovering the health, vitality and strength that lies within. She works with others as they develop healthier ways of relating to internal (thoughts and feelings) and external (others/life situations) events. An integrative approach directs Dr. Jasmine Bradley’s work, including acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and mindfulness and self-compassion-based techniques for healthier living. She supports those struggling with stress, disordered eating, relationships, work, athletics, adjustment, loss and trauma. Jasmine enjoys giving keynotes and speaking at conferences. Jasmine is relaxed and her attention is kind. She provides lecture series and programs for businesses or teams. She is happy to tailor a program specific to your needs. Learn more here:
Dr. Jasmine Bradley - Eating Psychology Coach

Teresa Young, CHC, Ph.D.

My passion has always been to empower others to live their most authentic lives and I look forward to assisting you in your journey toward freedom from food and body image challenges, so that you may achieve a life of clarity, focus, ease, and grace. I am an experienced educator, cognitive trainer, mental health professional, ACE Certified Health Coach, and IPE Certified Eating Psychology Coach, with specialties in mind-body nutrition, brain health, trauma, attachment and stress and disability management. I have many years of experience helping women understand and make peace with the often complex relationship between food and our relationship with life. I nurture and guide clients into exploration and discovery of thoughts, feelings, behaviors and symptoms which may serve as roadblocks to a healthy, happy life. Together, we will traverse the journey to helping you identify and trust your real “life” hunger and honor your deepest desires. Would it be okay if your life got easier? Just say yes; it’s your turn now. Learn more here:
Teresa Young, CHC, Ph.D. - Eating Psychology Coach

Ellen Wasilewski

I have been a registered nurse since 1971. I have been working with energy healing since 2010. I work with EFT (tapping), Reiki, coaching, and am presently studying aromatherapy. Learn more here:
Ellen Wasilewski - Eating Psychology Coach

Ann Richardson

Ann, a Certified Health and Eating Psychology Coach, is also a Certified Massage Therapist with extensive training in multiple modalities. While working with massage clients (especially those in significant pain), Ann realized the importance of encouraging them to choose health in all areas of their lives. To mentor clients through body and lifestyle changes, she chose a holistic approach, supporting the whole person with individualized wellness programs designed to meet their specific needs. Her multiple studies in bodywork, aromatherapy, diet, digestion and enzyme formulations provide a strong foundation for clients’ overall health. In 2013 Ann graduated from the Institute of Integrated Nutrition, coaching and empowering clients to make healthy decisions concerning what their bodies need and what specifically works for them. In 2016 Ann completed certification with the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, boosting her skills with additional expertise in body image, emotional eating, digestion, mood, fatigue, and more. Learn more here:
Ann Richardson - Certified Health and Eating Psychology Coach

Kerrie Scott

Kerrie is a Certified Eating Psychology coach, Yoga teacher, personal trainer and Raw/wholefoods and detoxification coach who has a compassionate, caring and supportive approach to her clients. Kerrie battled with weight and unwanted eating challenges for many years, which left her feeling hopeless when it came to food and body image. Her journey to freedom from these challenges has empowered her with the personal experience and skills that she now shares with her clients. Kerrie is available in person, online, or over the phone. if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me. Learn more here:
Kerrie Scott - Eating Psychology Coach

Joe Bernstein

After growing up obese, at age 25 Joe Bernstein was 340 lbs, disempowered, and certain he could never change. Through a series of lifestyle changes Joe slowly lost 150+ lbs without ever dieting. Having kept it off for several years, Joe committed his life to helping others navigate their relationship with food, body and weight. In his practice Joe helps men, women, and teens live a more inspired and empowered life. His approach leverages growing from the inside to enable shrinking on the outside. Joe helps his clients understand that losing weight is about more than food and exercise. Having walked the path of weight loss and profound personal exploration and growth, he co-creates a pathway to sustainable change in mind, and body. All of us have armor that we created to keep ourselves safe. Joe helps you Drop the Armor and step into health, happiness and personal power. Learn more here:
Joe Bernstein - Eating Psychology Coach

Stacie Heintze

Hi, I’m Stacie. I’m an Eating Psychology Coach with an emphasis in Mind Body Nutrition. I am professionally trained and certified by the Institute for the Psychology of Eating. I work with people who have challenges around weight, overeating, binge eating, body image, and a number of health concerns such as digestion, fatigue, mood issues and more. I take a holistic approach that integrates nutrition and psychology. Like many, I coach from a place precipitated by necessity. I’ve struggled with body image, digestive, hormonal imbalances, and weight myself. So, I can empathize with many of your challenges. I’m excited to be with you on this journey and thank you for showing up and digging in to discover your unique and vibrant health! Learn more here:
Stacie Heintze - Eating Psychology Coach

Rosie Velasquez

Hi, My name is Rosie. I am a mom of 3 and wife of 20 plus years. Although I grew up playing sports and a dancer, I was challenged with gaining and losing weight for years after having each of my children. I finally started focusing on adding good into my daily activities and recognizing what was not serving me or toxic, including people or environments. It was such a positive experience and not at all punishing or depriving. After all, eating should be wonderful and fitness fun! Even as a busy parent, we CAN live a healthy life! Now, my life’s mission is to help those who are ready to find their mojo, so they can live their life of full potential and bringing out the best in others. I see everyone’s potential and how living with personal and universal awareness is our gift we share with the world. Learn more here:
Rosie Velasquez - Eating Psychology Coach

Cheryl Simchick

According to the American Medical Association, stress is the reason for 90% of medical doctor visits. Stress reduction or stress management is one of my specialties. I assist with reasonable lifestyle changes in nutrition and self care. I would love to work with you by assisting your body in healing itself by reducing the stress that is put on your body. I live and work in West Bend, Wisconsin educating, empowering, and encouraging others to cultivate their authentic self by using tools like Eating Psychology Coaching, Nutrition Response Testing, and Reiki. I believe that we are our own experts in what is best for us and I help people achieve a better quality of life with these tools and through coaching. Learn more here:
Cheryl Simchick - Eating Psychology Coach

Audrey Zona

Audrey is an integrative health and nutrition coach specializing in the psychology of eating. Her mission is clear: to educate, inspire and empower YOU to become your most beautiful self from the inside out. From a very early age, Audrey was overweight. At ten years of age, she attended her first diet camp and spent the following three summers there, losing weight and learning how to make better food choices. As an adult, her passion for the healthy body/healthy mind connection never waned. She mentors her clients to make educated food & nutritional choices, as she creates a personalized roadmap that encourages a healthy relationship with food and a balanced program of nutrition, health, and fitness, Tap into her wealth of knowledge and resources and join Audrey as she shares her passion for clean eating, cooking, and a positive body image. Let Audrey’s enthusiasm for and dedication to positive personal breakthroughs inspire your journey and take you to new levels of health and wellness. In addition to personal coaching, Audrey hosts both large and small wellness seminars throughout the year. Please visit her website for current seminars and events. Learn more here:
Audrey Zona - Integrative Health and Nutrition Coach

Darlene Salatto Rose

Darlene has 30+ yrs experience as a design / business professional. Since retirement she has been pursuing her life-long passion for cooking, using “food as medicine” for healing the body as well as the soul. In 2015, she earned 2 certificates in “Culinary Nutrition” & “Food as Therapy” from Natural Gourmet Institute in NYC. Learn more here:
Darlene Salatto Rose - Eating Psychology Coach

Melissa Kurtz

My approach to health, eating, and life is Kabbalistic. Kabbalah is Jewish mysticism which views life from the four worlds: physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual. Everything we do, including eating, is occurring simultaneously from these four worlds. When issues arise we have to look deeply into all of these realms to find answers. The true healer is YOU and the Creator. With the awareness that we all have the ability to heal ourselves, the Healthy Self Heal Thy Self program, helps you find the wisdom and insight that you need to start the healing process and loving support along your journey. NYS Teacher Certification in High School Biology and General Science Institute for the Psychology of Eating- Mind Body Nutrition- Certified counselor Clayton College, Birmingham, AL-Nutrition Education classes E-Cornell- T. Campbell Foundation- Certified Whole Food Plant Nutrition educator The Vegetarian Health Institute- Certified Master Vegan Certified Yoga Teacher and Meditation teacher No matter what your life situation is- I can help! Learn more here:
Melissa Kurtz - Eating Psychology Coach

Katie Flavelle

Katie is a socially conscious and ethical vegan who understands from personal experience that plant-based eaters aren’t immune to the challenges that so many people face in their relationship with food, body and health. Katie is passionate about supporting, teaching and inspiring others who are committed to a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle, as well as anyone who wishes to reduce their consumption of animal products and include more plant-based foods in their diets, to enjoy an empowered, abundant, nourishing and pleasure-filled relationship with food, body and life. Katie is a Certified Eating Psychology Coach and holds a Bachelor of Arts, with majors in Psychology and Psychophysiology. She has long been fascinated with the relationship between mind, body and soul, and implements insights and strategies from the fields of Mind-Body Nutrition and Eating Psychology in her coaching practice. Katie lives in Sydney with her adopted shelter cat, Chloe. Learn more here:
Katie Flavelle - Eating Psychology Coach

Stephanie Scott

Stephanie Michelle Scott, RDN is a Nationally Registered and State Certified Dietitian Nutritionist. She is a certified Health and Wellness Coach through the American Council on Exercise (ACE) and a certified Eating Psychology and Mind Body Nutrition Coach through the Institute for the Psychology of Eating. She is also currently in training to receive certification as an Integrative and Functional Nutrition Certified Practitioner (IFNCP) through the Integrative and Functional Nutrition Academy. Stephanie has experience in clinical nutrition and residential treatment and recovery services for addiction and eating disorders. Inspired by her own health and eating challenges, Stephanie opened her private practice Stephanie Michelle, LLC to work more closely with outpatient clients. She currently specializes in holistic functional nutrition education, eating disorder recovery, weight loss, chronic dieting, body image concerns, and food addiction. Learn more here:
Stephanie Scott - Eating Psychology Coach

Kayla Power

Kayla Power is the founder of What is Nutrition to You (, which focuses on Holistic Health, DEP & MBN. She enjoys working with people of all ages and is committed to finding sustainable balanced holistic wellness during illnesses and recovery stages, as well as clients with conditions such as PCOS, PTSD, and Fibromyalgia. Many struggle with what positive holistic nutrition looks and how to apply it in a busy life, sabotaging beliefs, feeling stuck in life due to illnesses and more, but now want to make peace with food and body. Kayla is a Certified Coach, holds a post-graduate qualification in HRM after studying psychology and business at university, and is completing BHSc Nutritional and Dietetic Medicine after researching nutrition, functional medicine, naturopathy and common health conditions. She supports clients through private one-on-one online coaching and counselling to accommodate to people’s needs all over the world. Learn more here:
Kayla Power - Eating Psychology Coach

Kimberley Maxey

An interesting journey of my own around Food, Mind and Body has lead me to an insightful experience of learning and growth, and helped me to develop into who I was meant to be in this world…. Someone who is extremely passionate about helping others do the same. In a world that’s moving at a rapid pace, increasing its out of control health statics and leaving its people not fully informed with the best ways to move forward, I am wholeheartedly devoted to guiding you to a better way. Providing the right conditions for your body to do its job. Food Intolerance and eating challenges, Digestion and Gut sensitivities, Mental health, Stress management, Fatigue and more. Get the HappyBalance you deserve. Learn more here:
Kimberley Maxey - Eating Psychology Coach

Alejandra Garcia

Psychologist, Psychotherapist, and Eating Psychology Coach. English, French, and Spanish spoken. Learn more here:
Alejandra Garcia - Eating Psychology Coach

Gale Lennard

Overcoming my own dysfunctional relationship with chronic dieting, overeating, and emotional eating led me to this work. My mission is to shine a light of love and compassion on all women with food and body issues so they can learn to love themselves and truly feel their self-worth. Learn more here:
Gale Lennard - Eating Psychology Coach

Amaku Ukpong

A M A K U is an Energy Medicine Practitioner, Spiritual Nutritionist, Higher Brain Living® Mastery Facilitator, and an Eating Psychology Coach based in New York City. She received her education in nutrition, energy psychology, and many other holistic health modalities from several institutions, including the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, Meta-Health® University, and The Kinesiology Institute as well as through personal study, research, and experience. A M A K U has always had an interesting relationship with food and body and it’s these experiences plus her observations and training that enhance her work in eating psychology. A fruitarian herself A M A K U is passionate about vegan, raw vegan, and fruitarian nutrition and lifestyles and loves to share information and lecture about topics to do with fruit-based living, the connection between plant and human consciousness and fruitarian, raw vegan and vegan nutrition. A M A K U has a full-time wellness practice called Quantum Leap Nutrition and Wellness which is located in the Financial District of lower Manhattan. Learn more here:
Amaku Ukpong - Eating Psychology Coach

Marion Mitchell

For much of my teenage years I was bulimic. I spent the next 20 years losing and gaining the same 20 pounds… eating when I was stressed, sad, tired, lonely, and using food as stress relief, reward and relaxation. During those 20 years, I had a successful career, but it didn’t make me happy. I have since trained as a Life and Stress Coach, an Eating Psychology / Mind Body Nutrition Coach, and Career Coach. I further trained in Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Emotional Freedom Technique, Reiki, and Gaia, and more. Still a work in progress, I understanding firsthand the struggles you are facing. I can work with you to transform your relationship with food, your body image, and yourself. I can help you clear the drivers that cause emotional eating, cravings and stress. If you are ready to take the step, I am here to help. I see clients in-person in both Meath and Dublin, as well as via phone and video/skype sessions. Learn more here:
Marion Mitchell - Eating Psychology Coach

Robin Knapp

Robin Knapp is a Brennan Healing Science Practitioner & Certified Eating Psychology Coach. Robin combines energetic therapeutic techniques, coaching, her love of science, and her own self-healing journey to co-create a unique healing experience with each client. Do YOU suffer from a LOVE/HATE relationship with food? Love food, hate yourself? Are you ready to change the way you eat for GOOD and live a more healthy, happy, and embodied life. Congratulations, YOU are in the right place and I would love to hear from you! Signup for a free strategy session to receive more information and determine if Heart Centered Eating is right for you @ Learn more here:
Robin Knapp - Eating Psychology Coach

Charmaine Eykenboom

Charmaine Eykenboom is a registered and certified Clinical Hypnotherapist & Psychotherapist. She is also an EFT & Matrix Reimprinting Practitioner who specialises in all things weight management and has also completed additional studies in Eating Disorders. Charmaine is located between Brisbane, Queensland, Australia and is available in person or via facetime/skype sessions. Learn more here:
Charmaine Eykenboom - Eating Psychology Coach

Ani Roe

My initial training has been a Diploma in Sports & Economics. I soon discovered I am more a “hands-on” person and trained as a Massage and Bowen Therapist. While overcoming my own health challenges, I discovered the importance of approaching health holistically. The Eating Psychology training has been the missing piece in understanding people’s psyches, and I love the challenges every client brings into my life. My passion is to share with you the tools to self empowerment to fully engage with life in this body, as it is right now. If you are experiencing food and/or weight challenges, together we can explore them, in a space of unconditional acceptance and love. We may even discover the gifts they have to offer for you. My mission is clear: to educate, inspire and empower YOU to become your most beautiful self from the inside out. Learn more here:
Ani Roe - Eating Psychology Coach

Sara Kinnersly

I am passionate about helping others with their eating challenges as I have struggled for the majority of my life with the same issues – I understand and I love to help others evolve and grow into their true potential and their best selves! Learn more here:
Sara Kinnersly - Eating Psychology Coach

Jennifer Kind

I am a psychotherapist and coach that comes from a more somatically-based approach, utilizing mindfulness in my sessions to help create awareness and lasting changes in thoughts and behaviors. I am certified in the work of Brené Brown, and that is a huge foundation of my work with people – I focus a lot on shame, vulnerability, self-compassion, empathy, courage, wholeheartedness, and worthiness. I come from an Intuitive Eating perspective, as well as a Health At Every Size philosophy in my work. My favorite thing to help clients with is their ability to love and accept themselves exactly as they are – right now! I am very relational in my work, using humor and my own life experiences in therapeutic ways. Learn more here:
Jennifer Kind - Eating Psychology Coach

Patricia Glennon

For far too long, we’ve been inundated by negative messages about food, weight, and diet. We’ve been told that we’re willpower weaklings or that we need more control. The majority of nutrition experts promote conflicting advice. The result is people are confused about what to eat, and how to have a happy relationship with food and a healthy metabolism. In my professional practice, I combine many of the best strategies from nutrition science and eating psychology. By eliminating all the “shoulds and shouldn’ts”, I focus on what’s right for your body and your personal style. I’ve learned to help clients reach their highest goals not by strategies that punish, but through strategies that nourish. Learn more here:
Patricia Glennon - Eating Psychology Coach

Shelly Lynott

Shelly Lynott is Your Online Life Coach and Eating Psychology Coach empowering individuals, groups and businesses all over the world to be healthier, happier and more successful. She is passionate about sharing insights, tools, and techniques that free you to make the most of your life – to cultivate well-being, be authentic, filled with purpose, realize dreams, deepen relationships, let go and have fun. Her coaching philosophy is based on the belief that your relationship with yourself is the foundation for all other relationships. She believes that every individual has the power to learn, grow, transform and achieve. It’s simply her job and privilege to facilitate that discovery by providing a safe place and a positive process to explore solutions, make a plan and take action. No challenges are too big to overcome. Let me show you how to align your mind, body, heart and soul. Learn more here:
Shelly Lynott - Life Coach and Eating Psychology Coach

Stephanie Webb

I empower women to care for themselves body and soul, and I help take the guilt and stress out of nutrition and health. I’m a holistic nutritionist, a fitness instructor, and a mom of 3 young kids. Learn more here:
Stephanie Webb - Eating Psychology Coach

Laura Bastiani

Fitness and nutrition ARE WHAT I DO. I have spent my entire life researching, learning, and practicing various forms of fitness and nutrition. I have definitely had my fair share of obstacles and I understand how real the struggle is. I have a real passion for helping others achieve their highest purpose and I love to make health and fitness FUN! Learn more here:
Laura Bastiani - Eating Psychology Coach

Rachel Mahan

To know Ray is to know a heart motivated by love for others. She is the epitome of an entrepreneur, as creative as they come and never embarks on a venture that is not centered on the welfare of others. Her first venture began at the age of 20, when she created the Baby Nurse Company known as Bella Bambini. After coaching so many families through the postpartum period it was a natural progression to embark on Ray of Solace and expand that coaching! Her desire to nurture and cocoon really shines in her coaching. In 2014 she became the award winning author of The Tales of Reese. A book series for children facing life threatening illness. With her own life experience and thirteen years of coaching, she will pour her whole heart and soul into making sure you take steps to a happier healthier more successful and confident you! Ray has offices in Montvale, New Jersey and Mount Kisco, New York. Learn more here:
Rachel Mahan - Eating Psychology Coach

Elizabeth Hall

My name is Elizabeth E. Hall and I am a recovered chronic dieter who has struggled with body image issues for most of my life. For several years now I have been studying why women have so many issues with their bodies. Along the way I have been compiling tools to help women stop dieting, and start loving themselves. I am a Certified Eating Psychology coach and my focus is on intuitive eating, health at every size, and improving one’s body image. I have also taken many spiritual and personal growth development courses that support my work in mind body nutrition. If you feel frustrated with your relationship with your body and food, there is a way out. Please contact me for a free 20 minute consultation. I look forward to helping you get where you want to go. Learn more here:
Elizabeth Hall - Eating Psychology Coach

Sarah Lee

After many leadership positions, eighteen years in the financial service industry, four in broadcasting, Sarah brings a creative, goal-oriented approach to her coaching practice. As a certified Eating Psychology Coach, she is open-minded, compassionate, and encouraging. Coming from a family who struggles with obesity, she battled with an eating disorder throughout her twenties. Sarah relates to most on so many levels to the food-challenges and body-obsessions we face. Understanding that these obstacles limit us, but can be messages to elevate to our higher-self, is truly her specialty. She is also certified in Eating Disorder Intuitive Therapy and has a passion for helping woman with continued healing. Her ultimate belief is that we are all unique masterpieces that encompass heart, mind, body, and soul. Therefore, her approach is synergetic, diving inside first, which will then reveal true beauty on the outside. Learn more here: http://WWW.INSIDEOUTEATING.COM
Sarah Lee - Eating Psychology Coach

Tanya Mark

For far too long, we’ve been inundated by negative messages about food, weight and diet. We’ve been told that we’re willpower weaklings. We are confused about what to eat, and how to have a happy relationship with food and a healthy metabolism. In my professional practice, I combine the best strategies from nutrition science and eating psychology. I focus on what’s right for your body and your personal style. Instead of seeing your challenges as the enemy, they become opportunities for growth and self-improvement. Our challenges with eating, weight and health are intimately connected to other primary life dimensions such as work, money, relationship, family, intimacy, life stress and so much more. I help clients reach their highest goals not by strategies that punish, but through strategies that nourish. Learn more here:
Tanya Mark - Eating Psychology Coach

Barbara Mineiro Jericke

"Eating Psychologist Coach, Certified Natural Juice Therapist, Certified GDV Practitioner (measure of human energy field)" Learn more here:
Barbara Mineiro Jericke - Eating Psychology Coach

Sarah Wood

Trained at the Institute for the Psychology of Eating and the Dr. Sears Wellness Institute, I value offering a unique solution for each client. I work with women stressed out over making healthy habits stick. Instead of another diet program, we design a lifestyle that considers the whole person: your thoughts, your environment, your story, your passions, your relationships, your habits, and your future. This work changed my life and has been a gift to offer through group classes and one-on-one counseling. I’m a mama of 2 wild girls, have been teaching for the past six years, overcame over 25 years of asthma and allergies and body image issues, and finally stopped fighting with food. I offer free courses on my website, run group courses online, and work with clients one-on-one over the phone. Learn more here:
Sarah Wood - Eating Psychology Coach

Amy Berkowitz

"I was a very thin and athletic child, but began to struggle with my weight as an adolescent. Obesity runs in my family, and dieting was a constant topic of discussion in my house. My inability to stick to one was a never-ending source of conflict and despair, and I soon developed a love-hate relationship with food. Extreme dieting and restriction (and subsequent binging) was the norm, and this cycle of indulgence and deprivation was a pervasive force in my food life for years. Despite these efforts, I graduated college at 5’1 and 170 pounds. I have devoted much of my life to understanding the psychophysiology of how digestion, assimilation, calorie burning and all the nutritive functions of the body are impacted by things like stress, relaxation, thoughts, beliefs, emotions, pleasure, our personal story and more than just what we put in our bodies. I have maintained an approximate 70-pound weight loss for over 20 years, and enjoy a clean-eating and food-loving life without guilt or fear, and would love to help you discover how you can do the same!" Learn more here:
Amy Berkowitz - Eating Psychology Coach

Johnna Wheeler

My 30 year struggle with disordered eating stemmed from childhood abuse. I ate for all the wrong reasons and I hated “me”. I wasn’t good enough or worthy of love. Then I became very ill and almost died of malnutrition. To save my life, I studied and researched for years. That classroom prepared me to give my gift and gave me a passion for this work. It’s the healer’s journey. My specialty is yeast overgrowth and Systemic Candidiasis, but I also help people with digestive problems, leaky gut, Lyme Disease, malnutrition, special diets, allergies and immune issues, fatigue, mood, weight loss, and those who have had no clear answers from doctors about their chronic health conditions. Learn more here:
Johnna Wheeler - Eating Psychology Coach

Heidi Hoefler

I’ve always had a passion for personal growth and health. I am passionate about health and helping people feel more alive, healthy and in-tune with their own body. Our bodies have wisdom and we need to listen to what is being said. I struggled with digestive issues my entire life as well as extreme fatigue. These health issues dictated how I lived my life. I discovered I am sugar, FODMAP and gluten sensitive as well as have adrenal fatigue. Listening to my body and what it was telling me helped me to address these issues and live my life now with energy and vitality. The skills I use from my training with the Institute for the Psychology of Eating are a combination of practical coaching techniques, results-oriented psychology, clinical nutrition, body-centered practices, mind-body science, and a positive and compassionate approach to challenges with food and health. I would like to help you love your body and achieve your better self if it is weight loss, body image, food issues, or nutrition related symptoms. Make now your time to look and feel better. I look forward to hearing from you. Learn more here:
Heidi Hoefler - Eating Psychology Coach

Heather McDonnell

Discovering Eating Psychology has allowed me to turn my passions for food, health, and wellness into my profession. I am incredibly grateful for having found a career and lifestyle that allow me to share what I love, and make a positive impact on this world and on people like you. I LOVE food: browsing farmers markets, cooking, baking, and of course, eating! It breaks my heart to know that some people receive no pleasure from something we need to do every day: eat! I have traveled to over 20 countries, lived in 5 US states, and held jobs in everything from landscaping to adventure travel guiding to cooking to ski patrolling. My varied experiences have turned me into who I am today; a bold and intriguing spirit eager to guide you into accepting and nourishing your body, mind, heart and soul. On top of running Whole and Nourished, I am a professional Ski Patroller at Big Sky Resort and cook at the Daily Coffee Shop and Bakery in Bozeman, Montana. I look forward to speaking with you soon and guiding you into a healthier, satisfying relationship with food and your body!" I look forward to hearing from you. Learn more here:
Heather McDonnell - Eating Psychology Coach

Nancy Kolbe

Psychology of Eating Training, then through becoming certified, I have finally learned that my relationship with food will forever be a part of my soul’s journey. It can guide me, but not control me. I have learned that a number on a scale does not define me as a person. Life is about living in this moment, enjoying the wonderful food that is before me and learning that a piece (or two) of pie or a meal that is not nutritionally balanced, does not mean I am a horrible person. I am healthy, I try my best to eat balanced meals, and I see food as a friend not enemy. Learn more here:
Nancy Kolbe - Eating Psychology Coach

Neshama Mousseau

My passion is to help people find and embrace their true vibrant selves. My coaching practice combines training in the extraordinary fields of dynamic eating psychology and mind body nutrition with my 25 years as a clinical social worker. I love sharing people’s journeys and consider myself to be a partner and guide to my clients. I work with the majority of my clients via Skype and telephone and am amazed at how effective it is to connect in this way. I believe that people can find their “true home” in their bodies without starvation or brutal exercise. I will help you get off the diet merry-go-round; learn to experience food and movement as nourishing and pleasurable; and find peace and joy in your life. My goal is to keep my coaching services affordable and accessible. Wherever you are on your healing journey, I will meet you there. Learn more here:
Neshama Mousseau - Eating Psychology Coach

Neil Forsey

Neil Forsey, the “Hungry Coach”, is a passionate Weight Loss Coach/Consultant. A mid-life-health-crisis in 2010 was the incentive for Neil to finally do something about his health and his weight. The result was shedding 27kg (60 pounds) over the next 6-7 months. No longer Diabetic, Neil has maintained his healthy weight, and has enjoyed dramatic improvements in his overall health & wellness. Since his Health Crisis, Neil has been on a journey to learn about health, wellness and mindset. Neil has trained as a Life Coach, Integrative Nutrition health Coach, and an Eating Psychology Coach. Reading 2-3 books a week on health issues and finding a plethora of confusing and contradictory information, Neil takes it all in and researches natural, holistic ways to help his clients find what works for them. Neil lives in Perth, Australia with his Wife, Marilyn, and their three grown up children. Learn more here:
Neil Forsey - Eating Psychology Coach

Lisa Bojarski

In today’s world we are inundated with conflicting messages about what we “should” or “should not” be eating. While it is helpful to become educated on the subject of nutrition, it is easy to get confused about what is right for us. We are all unique beings and there is no one size fits all approach to eating. I want to help you tune into your own body wisdom and discover what is right for YOU. I don’t believe in strict meal plans or punishing exercise which often just create more stress (which by the way is the worst thing for digestion). I love food and believe that eating should be a positive, joyous and nourishing experience. My approach is intuitive, holistic and full of compassion. I would love to support you on your beautifully individual journey with food. It would be my pleasure to have an initial phone conversation to see if my services feel like a good fit for you. Learn more here:
Lisa Bojarski - Eating Psychology Coach

Erica Koranda

My personal passion lies in helping women break free from the bondage of negative body image, emotional eating, restriction, binge/purge cycles, and chronic dieting. I help my clients find the roots of their challenges, dig them up, expose them to light, then let the truth shine. Through counseling, nutritional guidance, and fitness support, we will work together to help you create and live your vibrant life! Learn more here:
Erica Koranda - Eating Psychology Coach

Corene Gavin Crossin

My life’s work is to help people learn how to deeply love and nourish themselves so they can thrive. My work at Love Nourish Thrive focuses on helping clients lose weight, end chronic dieting, heal body image challenges, and transform their relationship with themselves. I am fascinated by the healing power of the mind, and in my practice I blend my knowledge and skills as a qualified Clinical Hypnotherapist and Psychology of Eating Coach to help my clients reach their highest goals. I am completing a PhD in Psychology (focusing on consciousness, spirituality and integrative health), so am continuously updating my knowledge on approaches create health and wellbeing. I look forward to serving you. Learn more here:
Corene Gavin Crossin - Eating Psychology Coach

Megan Hanner

Megan Hanner is a Certified Eating Psychology Coach and nutrition consultant. She sees challenges with eating, weight and health not as an indication that we’re broken, but as a beautiful opportunity to grow and evolve. Megan has struggled with her health the last ten years, slipping through the medical cracks after finally getting a diagnosis of Lyme disease. Megan learned to surrender herself to Lyme, and the fear of the unknown. Eventually she has learned to listen to the underlining deeper meaning to the messages of her condition. What is Lyme disease telling me? This led to her discovering her calling to help others and their issues, whether it be binge eating, overeating, body image, digestion, immunity, chronic illness, energy fatigue, food sensitivities, or something else. Megan uses a holistic encompassed approach combined with compassion to help her clients embrace all aspects of their lives. Health and wellness is an important element, but helping you to see the root issue, and not just the symptom is definitely her gifting. Through gentle unraveling, paired with knowledge, she assists in delving beneath the surface layer, helping to reveal people’s full health and wholeness potential. Megan’s desire, drive, and passion is navigated to inspire others to see the importance of sustaining the body, soul, and mind bringing a harmonious balance to all things health. Learn more here:
Megan Hanner - Eating Psychology Coach

Tara Mixon

After 12 Years as a pharmacist I changed paths because I believe modern medicine isn’t the way to healing. I work with teen’s and women to help create a container for growth. I help guide these women to a place of body acceptance, self-worth and vibrant health. Learn more here:
Tara Mixon - Eating Psychology Coach

Lena Le Huray

I am extremely passionate about helping people not only change their relationship with food, but change their relationship with themselves. Through my own struggles with body image and disordered eating, I have learnt the divine message in every challenge that’s presented itself to me, and in turn, I help clients to see that the challenges they face with food have much deeper meanings. Learn more here:
Lena Le Huray - Eating Psychology Coach

Jeanne Purdum

Jeanne has a Master of Science degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Seattle Pacific University and Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from The Pennsylvania State University. Jeanne has been serving children and families in various Pacific Northwest communities since 1997. She works from a holistic perspective to address the mind-body connection and increase systemic health. Jeanne has special interest in addressing how nutrition, digestive health, and food allergies/sensitivities impact behaviors, moods, and ultimately mental health. As co-founder of Integrated Therapy Services NW PLLC, Jeanne is dedicated to providing cutting-edge mental health services to children and their families. Jeanne has experience providing individual, couples, child and family therapy to treat issues of depression/anxiety, trauma, grief and loss, ADHD and other behavioral issues. Jeanne specializes in working with children and parents to address the complex relationship between anxiety and/or behavioral problems and food allergies, sensitivities, and/or other health conditions. Jeanne is a clinical supervisor who has earned national accreditation through the AAMFT. She enjoys supervising Master’s level therapists and being a part of the learning process that produces professional and personal growth. Learn more here:
Jeanne Purdum - Eating Psychology Coach

Christie Gibbs

Christie is a Holistic Nutritionist and Eating Psychology Coach specialising in weight, eating, and body image challenges. Her approach is loving and feminine; she avoids using traditional diet strategies that don’t work long-term. Christie helps her clients discover the hidden meanings in challenges with binge eating, overeating, and emotional eating. She coaches them to love themselves in the process while embracing their authenticity. For years Christie battled with weight and unwanted eating challenges which left her feeling hopeless when it came to food and body. She felt ashamed of her habits, and it wasn’t until she approached them with love and curiosity could she finally understand and overcome her behaviours. Christie is based in Australia, with roots in Canada and a heart for the whole world. Wherever you are, Christie is available to work with you whether it be in person, online, or over the phone. Learn more here:
Christie Gibbs - Eating Psychology Coach

Nicole Spinner

Lean Beans, Lean Teens, and Lean Queens are located in a private and unique facility offering personalized programs to help children, teenagers, and women improve their health. The program is specifically designed for those who need the guidance and motivation to get started in a comfortable and unintimidating environment. The goal of the program is to specifically address the needs of the individual while instilling healthy habits by incorporating physical activity and healthy eating. Learn more here:
Nicole Spinner - Eating Psychology Coach

Katie Ammon

With so many different diets, nutrition facts and cleansing fads, it’s difficult to know where to start on your journey to health. I want to learn all I can about you, so we can mark out a path that is personalised and suited specifically to you and your needs. Sage Organics, Nature’s Wisdom. Learn more here:
Katie Ammon - Eating Psychology Coach

Tessie Tracy

Colorado-raised, now in LA, Tessie has been involved with Health and Fitness since the age of 4. As a competitive gymnast and nationally ranked college cheerleader, she has experienced the celebrations and challenges of an extreme athletic lifestyle. Through years of her own transformational journey and self-discovery, she has found peace, balance, and a passion for serving the world through inspirational wellness guidance. Tessie is: • A Certified Emotional Intelligence/Personal Development Trainer • A Level 2 CrossFit Coach/Celebrity Trainer • A Professional Athlete • And a Certified Eating Psychology Coach Her method of mind-body nutrition and self-discovery work allows people to grow into the highest version of who they are meant to be in this world. One of her favorite sayings is “How we do one thing is how we do everything”. So every baby step in a positive direction, and every lesson along the way… makes a BIG difference to our whole life! Learn more here:
Tessie Tracy - Eating Psychology Coach

Terri Crystal

Terri is an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition; Eating Psychology Coach certified; Functional Nutrition educated; and a UC Berkeley Genetics Degree graduate. Terri’s passion is to support you in a fun and relaxed way to get your health and life where you want it to be whether it’s learning to work with weight and crave-binge cycling; dealing with life and age-related transitions; wanting to enjoy food that you love without constantly being on a diet; loving your body; soothing your digestion; gaining more focused energy; or reducing the stress that food, diet, nutrition and life often bring up. Understanding how past issues, hormones, and food sensitivities take a toll on your health, Terri works to gently bring you into balance by marrying mind and body toward the ultimate goal: a nourished and vital you. It’s never too late to experience what great health can do for your life. Learn more here:
Terri Crystal - Eating Psychology Coach

Nicolette Cothron

I am honored to be a part of an amazing community of coaches, counselors, healers, and teachers. Having been through a myriad of personal and family health challenges involving nutrition, and left with some unanswered questions; I decided to delve deeply into the mind/body/soul realm to seek answers. What I found was truly magical! The impact of our thoughts, beliefs and emotions have a profound effect on our psyches and bodies. As you become more in touch with your inner voice, you will discover the inner resources needed to make important changes. In addition to my training at IPE, I am also a Certified Neurolinguistic Programming Practitioner, I hold a B.A. in Psychology from Lehigh University, a M.A. in Integrative Health and Healing, and have trained with many nutritionists and healers. My private practice offers support, compassion and inspiration for others to lead an empowered, healthy life. Learn more here:
Nicolette Cothron - Eating Psychology Coach

Betül Tatar

I am a Certified Eating Psychology Coach (EPC) and a Medical Student at the University of Glasgow. I have a Bachelor of Science in Biopsychology, Cognition and Neuroscience from the University of Michigan. My “perfect storm” happened when I was diagnosed with binge eating disorder and depression in 2012, immediately after my father passed away. In the midst of a personal battle against food, my body and my soul, one question gradually overpowered the self-hate: What if this wasn’t a battle, but a lesson of surrender, trust, compassion, self-love, and authenticity? My personal journey has fueled me in becoming an EPC and establishing my coaching practice, What The Butterfly. At WTB, I focus primarily on binge eating, overeating and body image challenges as Divine guides from beyond. I utilize various tools including mindfulness and journaling exercises to help clients discover the deeper message within their eating challenges. Please feel free to send me an email or connect with me on Facebook and Instagram! Learn more here:
Betül Tatar - Eating Psychology Coach

Sherri Zak

Sherri is a mom, a business-owner, an animal-lover and a self-professed “health-nut”, passionate about everything nutrition and digging deep to find the true answers. Following her own life transformation, she is now committed to helping other women lift themselves out of the clutches of overwhelm and into a life they love. After finding herself in therapy and on medication for anxiety and depression, Sherri was driven to find alternatives and get back on her feet. She studied everything she could get her hands on about healthy living and plant-based nutrition. She lost almost 30 pounds, got herself off of the toxic medication and is now living a life she loves and is inspired to help other women discover the same. Her unyielding commitment to stand by her clients and do what it takes to help them reach their goals is the secret to her success. Learn more here:
Sherri Zak - Eating Psychology Coach

Sandy Baker

Sandy Baker has a BA in Christian Psychology as well as twelve years counseling experience under an ecclesiastical license. Sandy is a certified Eating Psychology coach, a certified L.E.A.N. (Lifestyle, Exercise, Attitude, Nutrition) Health Coach and a certified BSCI (Bariatric Support Centers Int’l) instructor and Weight Loss Support Coach. She appeared on the ‘Ruby’ show (Style network) in 2009, teaching Ruby and her support group about emotional eating. Sandy well knows the steps needed to conquer dysfunctional food behaviors, having maintained a 120 + pound weight loss since 2005. As a result of her weight and food battles, she founded COPE For Change – Childhood Obesity Prevention + Education – to help children like she was overcome weight challenges. COPE combats childhood obesity with a threefold approach – nutrition education, fitness, and behavioral health. Sandy’s enthusiastic and positive approach to life brings hope to those desperate for change. Learn more here:
Sandy Baker - Eating Psychology Coach

Beth Holstein

I am a psychotherapist, Life Coach, Eating Psychology Coach and a Certified International PSYCH-K Instructor and Facilitator. I have practiced nationally and internationally for 37 years. I am passionate about helping others achieve their goals in life. Learn more here:
Beth Holstein - Eating Psychology Coach

Abi Denyer-Bewick

I have supported clients in my role as a Nutritional Therapist since 2009, completing my Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice in 2011. Through my experience working with clients, teaching yoga and my degree in Psychology and Counselling, deepening my understanding of mind-body nutrition was a natural extension to my work. I am truly passionate about our innate ability to heal as humans and love nothing more than working with people to uncover this potential. I am keen to share with you the tools to empower yourself and fully engage with life in this body, as it is right now! If you are experiencing food challenges then together we can explore them, in a space of unconditional acceptance. We may even discover the gifts they have to offer! I am currently completing training as a menstruality educator to further inform the work I do with women. Learn more here:
Abi Denyer-Bewick - Eating Psychology Coach

Nancy Kobayashi

I am a long time resident of Japan familiar with adjustment concerns and the differences between North American and Japanese ways of life and eating. I was originally trained in school psychology, and I have served as a crisis line director. Learn more here:
Nancy Kobayashi - Eating Psychology Coach

Nikki Barrett

For 29-years I had a violent battle with food, life, body image, self name it, I had it. Today, that destructive relationship has turned into a beautiful dance. You could say I went from the battle field to the ballroom and I love the woman I am today because of it. My mission is to help women who struggle, understand what is really going on, embrace where they’re at now in order to fully live the life of their dreams and beyond…pure & simple! Learn more here:
Nikki Barrett - Eating Psychology Coach

Magdalena Grogg

I have been on a crazy ALS journey with my dear husband since 2007- and it taught me that everything is possible. So my mission in this World has become a mission of making things possible. There are ways we didn’t even know they existed, but they are waiting to be discovered. My goal is it to make you believe in yourself for whatever journey you are on. Learn more here:
Magdalena Grogg - Eating Psychology Coach

Holly Wells

Holly is a consultant/entrepreneur who has spent significant time & money acquiring tactical solutions that have increased her personal mental and physical health. Eager to assist busy professionals ready to embrace sustainable living and enhance their connection to nature. Learn more here:
Holly Wells - Eating Psychology Coach

Nadeije Athlan

I am a 48 years old mother of two boys, who has been interested in healing from a very early age. I love working with human and their plight. I have gone through my share of dark moments and I believe that my personal experience enriches my professional life.I am a licensed Naturopath, registered in Quebec, Canada. I have more than 25 years of experience working with clients around health, body and soul. I have extensive training in neuro-sciences in the relationship between stress and the onset of diseases. I also work with the stresses around pregnancy and childbirth and how it relates to behavioral problems or learning difficulties in children. I am now an Eating Psychology Coach happy to accompany you on your road to more health and more vibrant and meaningful living.Holly is a consultant/entrepreneur who has spent significant time & money acquiring tactical solutions that have increased her personal mental and physical health. Eager to assist busy professionals ready to embrace sustainable living and enhance their connection to nature. Learn more here:
Nadeije Athlan - Eating Psychology Coach

Jennifer Armstrong

I help professionals live up to their full potential by moving them towards self-awareness and gaining peace about their past mistakes and traumas. As a Master Certified Coach who was sexually violated as a child and an adult child of an alcoholic, I know the ramifications from trauma and addiction do not end after therapy is completed, which makes coaching a vital tool while building a thriving life. We meet via phone or Skype in the evenings and on weekends to help minimize cancellations due to business concerns. I also provide tremendous support between sessions via text and email. This is important because change does not occur during 60-minute coaching sessions. It happens in real-time while life is happening. I look forward to working with you. Learn more here:
Jennifer Armstrong - Eating Psychology Coach

Dana Irvine

Through my studies with the Eating Psychology Coach program, the Bible, clean food and back to the table philosophy, I see how essential eating, community and emotions play a vital role in health, happiness and well-being. More importantly how balanced these aspects needs to be. My future endeavors include working with local non for profits for women and teens encompassing aspects with Eat local Food Box meal planning, Clean Eating, and the importance of getting Back to the Table. Getting back to the table is a simple solution where families can talk, listen and learn; discovering unconditional love, support and understanding (a Focus on the Family initiative) Learn more here:
Dana Irvine - Eating Psychology Coach

Wynne Meisenbach

Having struggled with disordered eating, body image, stress, immunity and fatigue issues myself, I began studying Psychology, Nutrition, Mind-Body Health, Spirituality, and Stress Management in 1990. Through my journey I have garnered many tools through which I have gained the wisdom to help myself and others through the same or similar issues. Having been a professional musician from the age of 4, I began helping others professionally in 2014 when I became a Certified Medical Support-Clinical Hypnosis Practitioner, a member of the International Board of Hypnotherapy, a Birth-Into-Being Facilitator-in-Training and then a Certified Neurofeedback Trainer in 2015. Now, as a Certified Eating Psychology Coach, I draw from a number of techniques to assist others in tuning into the subtle, yet powerful, nuances of their emotional, physical and spiritual life in order to find harmony between their body, their mind, and their spirit.
Wynne Meisenbach - Eating Psychology Coach

Kevin Levin

Passionate about weight loss and how it relates to the emotional psyche of the individual along their journey. What emotions hold you back, what new emotions happen along the way and so much more. Very empathetic coach, because I’ve been there myself.
Kevin Levin - Eating Psychology Coach

Cydney Peterson

Most of my life I’ve felt intense pressure to succeed and navigate life’s challenges through the eyes of “having to do it right.” Due to this pressure I have experienced destructive relationships with food and body. I’ve attempted many diet and exercise strategies over the years which only made things worse. Then I learned the value of Eating Psychology strategies and applied them to myself with great success. I no longer feel controlled by food, my approach to exercise is more in alignment with what feels right, and I enjoy being in my body more now than ever before. I really believe in these strategies, I know they are the key to helping women become empowered in their relationships with food and body.
Cydney Peterson - Eating Psychology Coach

Susan Adell

Hello! Thank you for taking the time to learn more about me. If you are looking for a truly empathetic and caring counselor, I would love to help you. In addition to my certification as an Eating Psychology Coach, I have a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Sociology from Fordham University as well as an MSEd in Counseling also from Fordham. For many years I worked as an educator and I love both counseling and teaching. Exploring health and nutrition has always been my passion and I am grateful to IPE for allowing me to more fully integrate all of these aspects of myself in order to help others. I am serious about health, wellness, food, sustenance, learning, and discovery in a natural and enjoyable way. I look forward to hearing from you!
Susan Adell - Eating Psychology Coach

Celeste Loetz

Hi I’m Celeste. I offer insights from my own personal healing journey towards a life that I love. Through this work, I inspire others to get comfortable in their own skin, accept what is and trust in the divine timing of the Universe. My lifestyle coaching emphasizes positive body image, optimal energy, soul alignment, relaxation, intuitive eating and intuitive living. I’m certified in many healing arts. I am an eating psychology coach certified by the Institute for the Psychology of Eating. I love animals and I love traveling. I’m about manifesting a life that one doesn’t need to escape from by emanating high vibes, low stress and of course, inner peace.
Celeste Loetz - Eating Psychology Coach