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Sasha Millice, Eating disorder dietitian, walking on a beach holding a coffee


Hey there,


I am a certified eating disorder specialist and registered dietitian and I have devoted my career to helping people break free from the rigid food rules of diets and eating disorders.


I help people who want to learn how to nourish themselves in a flexible way, but feel stuck in a turbulent relationship with food. I empower people to rediscover their intuition and to start healing their relationship with food and body. After working in eating disorder treatment for many years, I know that anyone, no matter how complicated their relationship with food, can learn to eat in a way that that feels good to them. Finding freedom from obsessive food rules and body thoughts allows my clients to live in in a way that is authentic to their values.

Whether you are recovering from an eating disorder, ready to give up dieting, or just feeling confused by conflicting nutrition advice, I am here to help you reconnect with food in a way that improves your overall wellbeing. 


My Philosophy

Nutrition therapy addresses so much more than what you eat. Check out some of my guiding principals in my work with patients. 



Nutrition is not one-size-fits-all! Everyone has their own unique needs and challenges when it comes to wellness. I take the time to get to know you as a whole person and 
help you set goals that fit into the complexities of your life. 


Bodies come in all sorts of shapes and sizes and I believe that is a beautiful thing! I am a Health at Every Size clinican and will work with you to achieve optimal health by focusing on behaviors rather than weight. 


Diets don't work and restrictive eating causes harm. I believe that we are all born with the innate ability to feed ourselves. I will help you reconnect with your inner wisdom and gain confidence making intuitive food choices.


Healing your relationship with food is deep and challenging work. I hold space for you to work through your food issues and
help you learn how to make nourishing choices that stems from a place of self-compassion rather than self-control.

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