Emotional eating is a common phrase used in society, but what exactly does it mean? Emotional eating is the act to overeat in response to negative emotions1. Many articles online provide tips on how to stop emotional eating, as some may a feel loss of control during moments of heightened emotion. Doing a quick search online, we found that most articles have written about … Read More The Misconceptions of Emotional Eating
I’m so glad you’re here! My name is Jillian and I am the lead dietitian and therapist for change.creates.change Eating Disorders Services. This private practice was created in 2017 to support youth and adults living with eating disorders. Our clinicians are here to help you by giving you the tools and support you need to get better. We look forward to helping you!
Overwhelmed by trying to decide the direction of your future career,
Feeling anxious about competition amongst your peers and colleagues,
Starting to burn out, even though you are just entering the field of nutrition and dietetics, or;
Looking to build a network of fellow nutrition professionals.
Aimee Tyler-Smith and Jillian Walsh are two Canadian Registered Dietitians who have successfully carved out their place in the dietetics realm and are both working in their dream careers. They’ve done the work to find their true passions and have learned to effectively set boundaries in order to protect their time and prevent burnout. And now they want to help you do the same. They will help you:
Create momentum for personal and career aspirations
Align your short-term and long-term goals and solidify your future direction
Foster community over competition with peers and colleagues
Develop a network within the field of nutrition and dietetics
Build connections with like-minded professionals
Gain self-confidence in your identity as a dietetics professional