Nutrition Counseling with an Anti-Diet Dietitian
Break free from the all-or-nothing mindset and finally find food freedom.
As a non-diet dietitian, I specialize in eating disorder recovery and intuitive eating.
I take a gender-affirming, weight-inclusive, Health at Every Size®-aligned approach. My nutrition counseling is offered both virtually and in person.
I work with adults and adolescents who struggle with:
• Eating disorders
• Bingeing and restricting
• Orthorexia (an unhealthy fixation on “healthy” or “clean” eating)
• Chronic dieting
• Food guilt and constant thoughts about food
• Poor body image
To schedule your free 10-minute consult, choose an available time and fill out the form below.
You’ll benefit from nutrition counseling if…
• You’ve been diagnosed with or think you have an eating disorder
• You’re very fixated on “clean eating” or only eating foods that you deem “healthy”, “safe”, or “good”
• You feel out of control around food
• You can’t stop binge eating
• Your eating is very regimented, and it’s hard to imagine ever being more flexible
• You’ve been in recovery from an eating disorder for a long time, but you’re struggling
• You feel obsessed with food — you spend a LOT of time thinking or worrying about it
• You have tons of food rules
• You want to learn more about intuitive eating
• You (sometimes or often) use exercise to compensate for what you’ve eaten
• You’re constantly thinking about your weight and appearance
• You’ve tried a bunch of different diets and you’ve realized they just don’t work
Details and Rates
✮ An initial 60-minute session ($170)
First, we’ll dive into your relationship with food and body, dieting/eating disorder history, lifestyle, and medical conditions. You’ll tell me what you hope to get out of nutrition counseling and share what’s currently holding you back. We’ll come up with a plan for how to move forward, taking things one step at a time.
✮ 45-minute follow-up sessions ($115)
Each session, we’ll check in about your progress and any challenges you’re facing. We’ll review any journaling you’ve done or steps you’ve taken since our last session. I may also introduce principles of intuitive eating and/or gentle nutrition that fit with where you’re at.
✮ Nutrition counseling is available in Raleigh, NC, and virtually to clients in several states across the US.
Raleigh office address: Current Wellness, 219 S. East Street, Raleigh, NC, 27601
Virtual nutrition counseling is available to residents of the following states:
Alaska | Arizona | California | Colorado | Connecticut | Hawaii | Idaho | Indiana | Massachusetts | Michigan | New Hampshire | New York | North Carolina | Oklahoma | Oregon | Pennsylvania | Texas | Utah | Vermont | Virginia | Washington | West Virginia | Wisconsin | Wyoming
✮ I am not in network with insurance companies.
While I don’t accept insurance, you may be able to use your out-of-network benefits to pay for my services. I am happy to provide you with a superbill to submit to your insurance provider. I’m happy to discuss this further during our initial consult.
Sliding Scale Nutrition Counseling
I offer sliding scale rates to people who can’t otherwise afford nutrition counseling.
You might be a candidate for sliding scale rates if you:
– Are unemployed or earn less than $40k per year
– Have significant debt
– Are a full-time student
– Have little or no family or financial support
– Would not be able to pay your monthly bills if you paid the full rate
I’m Christine Byrne (she/her), MPH, RD, LDN, an anti-diet dietitian a based in Raleigh, NC.
I help adults break free from eating disorders and disordered eating behaviors like dieting, bingeing, and orthorexia.
I take an anti-diet, Health at Every Size®-aligned approach to nutrition counseling.
That means I’ll never encourage you to lose weight. Instead, we’ll focus on how you can feel your best in the body you have right now. I also use the principles of intuitive eating to help you establish truly health-promoting eating habits.
Struggling with disordered eating or an eating disorder is nothing to be ashamed of. But you deserve better, and it is possible to stop obsessing over food.
And, we won’t talk only about food. We’ll discuss body image, your relationship with exercise, and how to manage stress and anxiety around food and weight. We’ll also focus on shifting your mindset around things like emotional eating, diet culture, and body acceptance.