One of a Kind Approach
D.C.’s only mindfulness-based nutrition, exercise, and well-being counseling program.
Book a two-session nutrition and well-being assessment with one of the dietitians and get tailored advice to help you reach your goals. Grounded in positive psychology, our behavior change approach comes from a place of love and self-care, not shame. We’ll help you feel better.
Get our helpful training video 5 Health Rules You Should Break, a chapter of Rebecca Scritchfield’s book, and our clients’ favorite tool, the health and happiness journal. It’s all free!
START SPIRALING UP
It’s not about your weight. Or your pants size. It’s not about how many calories you burn. Or how hard you work to avoid delicious food you love.
It’s about awareness.
It’s about self-compassion.
It’s about mindfulness.
IT’S ABOUT JOY
Rebecca truly understands the emotional component of food addiction. It ‘s not enough to intellectually know what to do. She helps you deal with the “inner kid” who keeps you from doing what’s in your own best interest.
I highly recommend her even if you’re just beginning your journey toward healthy living.MB
I was looking for a nutritionist who was knowledgeable, and could provide solutions to the challenges I was facing with food. Rebecca has been fantastic!!! Rebecca helped me see the connection between stress and food choices. She got me into yoga, something I didn’t think I would like, and I was wrong. I love it and am excited to make it part of my exercise and self-care routine. I learned it’s easier to eat well when you’re less stressed. Rebecca can help you get to the bottom of your food challenges as well.EH
I am an elite runner and have been working with Rebecca for awhile. She is the best thing that happened to me! She is not only knowledgable but she is motivating and caring. Rebecca has taught me everything from balanced and mindful eating to fueling properly for my sport to maximize performance. I feel so lucky to have learned from Rebecca. She is top notch in her field!!KV
As an overweight, middle-aged dude, I was concerned that Rebecca’s background seemed to be working with women. But, after interviewing her, I was comfortable it was a good fit.
We have worked together for about a year, and she has patiently helped me put together a plan that includes a food log, and exercise that fit my lifestyle and schedule. She has been non-judgmental and firm but encouraging through my numerous stops and starts.FB
My only regret is that I did not have time for more sessions this summer, since I will be returning to school soon. But Rebecca has promised to stay in touch via email, Skype, and phone, and after only a week away she has stayed true to her promise.
Rebecca can help you get to the bottom of your problems with food, and she will guide you in developing a lifestyle plan that works for you and your body. I really could not be happier with this experience.LM
I did not know what I was looking for in a nutritionist, but I did know that I was done with diets and wanted to develop a healthy relationship with food. Rebecca is leading me on a journey to do just that.
She identified my core problems with food, mainly that I was prone to over-restricting (and therefore under-eating) with intermittent binges. After only a few sessions with Rebecca, I feel so much happier and healthier. Until Rebecca identified my emotional eating habits, I did not realize that I was using food to stifle difficult feelings. Now Rebecca is working with me to help me get in touch with my “intuitive eater.”MS
Words can’t express how much Body Kindness® has changed my life. Through this process, I realized I had a borderline eating disorder. But because I wasn’t starving myself, or purging, doesn’t mean I wasn’t suffering from a true disorder. Through this, I have taken BK to the streets and share something new in my fitness class every day. I have had women thank me for opening their eyes about the torture they were doing to themselves and their families. So thank you, Rebecca, you’re changing lives. You’re helping us women see the beauty we had all along but couldn’t, because social media and fads are always telling us we aren’t enough.JV