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Do you struggle with living in your body? Perhaps it is not functioning like it used to, or you feel at odds with your weight or appearance. You may feel disconnected or not “at home” in your body, or have distressing thoughts about food, exercise, and body image. You might identify with having an eating disorder, disordered eating, or body image concerns.

 

If this sounds like your experience, know that there is nothing “wrong” with you. You are deserving of the treatment and the time it takes to heal. Full recovery from food and body image concerns exists. You can return to a more nourished and embodied version of yourself. 

 

In nutrition therapy, you will explore your food history, current concerns, and create realistic goals. The objective is for you to leave sessions feeling seen, heard, and energized to move forward. Nutrition therapy services are inclusive to all sizes, ages, genders, and backgrounds. 

 
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Embodied Nutrition LLC is a virtual nutrition practice created and owned by Erin Kuta, MPH, RD, LDN. Erin received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of New Hampshire and her Master of Public Health in Nutrition from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she also completed her dietetic internship. During that internship, she was introduced to the world of eating disorder treatment and her passion for this work was born. Since then, she has worked at the residential, partial hospital, intensive outpatient, and outpatient levels of care.

 

Erin provides nutrition therapy services for the continuum of disordered eating and body image concerns. She believes that full recovery is possible, from the countless recoveries she has witnessed as a provider and her own lived experience. She utilizes an evidenced-based non-diet approach along with Intuitive Eating, HAES, and Trauma-Informed principles. She has received advanced training in Family-Based Treatment (FBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for ARFID, Body Image, Intuitive Eating, and Trauma-Informed interventions. She is currently in training to become a certified yoga teacher and hopes to integrate this modality into her sessions.

 

 Tel: 781-222-4640

Fax: (617) 231-9857

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