Ready to dig deep and do the work? I’d love to teach you my step-by-step method to rewrite your Food Story and make peace with food (and your body!) once and for all.

Before we get started, I have to tell you:

I don’t offer quick fix programs. And I’m not going to bark orders at you about tracking your food intake.

You and I will go deeper than what you eat and how often you work out.

I’ve been where you are more times than I’d like to admit. I’ve counted the calories, done the boot camps, and lost sleep over what was on my plate.

My unwanted eating challenges kept chasing me until I uncovered one crucial step that I’d been missing all along— understanding and rewriting my Food Story.

I want to help you connect the dots and own your Food Story. Because it’s the difference between knowing what you should be doing and actually doing it.

You and I know that what the scale says doesn’t lead to happiness. My goal is for you to have lasting transformation in your body – and your mind.

Discover Your Food Story:

Let’s dig deep and understand the origins of your Food Story – like the childhood experiences you had (did your mother analyze everything on her plate, too?) You’ll finally connect the dots between your past and present, release old patterns, and invite lasting change into your life.

Write a New Story:

Ditch your old stories around food and a new story begins. Less stress, more ease. Less confusion, more confidence. Less guilt, more pleasure. Less cravings, more satisfaction. You’ll stop listening to everyone else and start listening to yourself. The voice whispering inside of you will have a newfound feeling of happiness, comfort, and ease.

Celebrate Your Inner Nutritionist:

This is when you look in the mirror and see a whole new woman smiling back at you. With your new healthy habits (and mindset) you’ll step into a delicious world of fun and freedom. You’ll never question another bite again.

Clients say Food Story is…

“My dad was super critical of me growing up, which led to me developing a binge eating disorder in my teens. It wasn’t until I worked with you and took a deep look inside that I realized that I oddly found comfort in the cycle: trigger, binge, and crash—even though I was literally making myself sick, and using food as a crutch to avoid my feelings of shame and rejection. It didn’t happen overnight, but becoming aware of those bad habits, and identifying my Food Story, helped me heal my body, and my spirit.”

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“Before working with you, I doubted pretty much every choice I made when it came to wellness—even though my job as an attorney requires me to frequently make high-level choices on behalf of my clients. Just like any skill, thinking healthy thoughts is something you have to learn—at least for someone like me—and practice on a regular basis. Since I had lost my ability to trust myself, I had to start all over before I could truly listen to my body! For the first time in my adult life, I can stop myself from going down that negative rabbit hole and shift the conversation between my own two ears. I’m empowered to keep rewriting my Food Story using self-love and self-compassion to guide me along the way.”

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“As a new nom, working with Elise was just what I needed to feel more like myself again. We came up with a blueprint of options for healthy eating and spent some time in the kitchen cooking up delicious meals and easy snacks that I was able to share with my family. She made me feel energized and excited about getting back into the kitchen after a rough pregnancy. She gave me permission to feel whatever I was feeling, but also helped to keep me accountable and on track to reach my goals. Her guidance and reminders are helping me create a more positive food story and take control of my own food narrative for 2018.”

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“I come from a family of very overweight women, and not surprisingly, I’ve struggled with my own weight for years—despite trying just about every diet and exercise program around. Knowing where my Food Story originated from, and that it is something I inherited, has empowered me to change the parts that aren’t serving me. It wasn’t until working with you that I was able to slowly (but consistently) lose weight for good and release the shame around food and my body. I also stopped focusing solely on the number on the scale, and started thinking about being a good example for my own teenaged kids.”

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