Our London, Ontario dietitians and therapists use a non-diet approach to health and operate from a Health At Every Size® philosophy. Our goal is to work with clients to create change in their current routines that lead to a more nourishing and fulfilling life. We consider not only your food choices, but also how you think and feel about food and your body.

Learn more about how our London, Ontario dietitians and therapists can help you here!


Our Clinicians
Jillian Walsh, RD, CDE, MACP

Pronouns: she/her

Contact: Jillian@changecreateschange.com

Jillian is our lead Registered Dietitian and therapist here at change.creates.change Nutrition Eating Disorder Services and is currently registered with the College of Dietitians of Ontario.

Read more about Jillian:

Jillian graduated from Acadia University with a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and completed a dietetic internship at Eastern Health in St. John’s, Newfoundland. She recently graduated with a Masters of Arts in Counselling Psychology and completed a practicum at the London Health Sciences Centre Adult Eating Disorders Service. Jillian is experienced in delivering both individual nutrition counselling and group psychoeducation to children, adolescents and adults and has worked in various eating disorder programs at hospitals in British Columbia and Ontario. Jillian has worked in eating disorders since 2013 and is experienced in the Maudsley Model. Jillian works with our pediatric and adult clients whom are seeking recovery from their eating disorder.

I have had the privilege of working with Jillian over the past 2 years while working with hospital and community Eating Disorder clients. I have worked with many dietitians over my 17 years of practice and have never come across a practitioner that embodies all of the skills, competence, dedication and successful outcomes that Jillian encompasses.

– Teresa S., Senior Clinical Dietitian

Jill has that unique ability that often eludes even more seasoned clinicians to identify and connect with clients while at the same time be able to provide clear and concrete boundaries. As a result, the individuals she deals with not only respect her but they listen and are willing to work together to develop a successful plan of care.

– Janet H. Professional Practice Lead

Prabhjot Kaur, RD

Pronouns: she/her

Languages spoken: English, Punjabi

Contact: Prab@changecreateschange.com

Prab is a Registered Dietitian here at change.creates.change. She is currently registered with the College of Dietitians of Ontario, and is a member of Dietitians of Canada.

Read more about Prab:

Prab graduated from Western University with an Honours Specialization in Nutrition and Dietetics and completed a dietetic internship at Grand River Hospital in Kitchener, Ontario. Prior to this, Prab completed a Bachelor of Science, Honours Specialization in Biomedical Sciences with a minor in Psychology from the University of Ottawa. She also completed a Master of Science in Human Nutrition at McGill University. Prab is dedicated to lifelong learning and continuously updating her knowledge and skills in the field of nutrition and using that knowledge to help people repair their relationships with food.


Erin OFlaherty, RD

Pronouns: she/her

Languages spoken: English

Contact: Erin@changecreateschange.com

Erin is a Registered Dietitian here at change.creates.change. She is currently registered with the College of Dietitians of Ontario.

Read more about Erin:

Erin graduated from Acadia University and completed her dietetic internship with Nova Scotia Health Authority in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. For over 10 years, she has had a passion for helping individuals living eating disorders and has been fortunate enough to provide both individual and group nutrition counselling to adolescents and adults in Nova Scotia, Alberta and Ontario. Erin is currently working towards becoming a Certified Intuitive Eating Counsellor and uses these skills and resources to help individuals find peace with food, and turn their difficult relationship with food into a nurturing and enjoyable experience. She strives to continuously challenge diet culture and help clients honour their hunger and break free of the toxic cycle of dieting.


Lisa Rutledge, RD

Pronouns: she/her

Languages spoken: English, Fran├žais

Contact: Lisa@changecreateschange.com

Lisa is a Registered Dietitian here at change.creates.change. She is currently registered with the College of Dietitians of Ontario and the Order of Dietitians of Quebec, and is a member of Dietitians of Canada.

Learn more about Lisa:

Lisa graduated from McGill University in Nutritional Sciences and completed a dietetic internship at various institutions in Montreal, Quebec. Lisa is experienced working with both adults in both individual counselling and group nutrition education. She has completed training in motivational interviewing and is dedicated to helping people repair their relationships with food. Lisa works with our clients whom are seeking recovery from their eating disorder as well as those interested in adopting an intuitive eating approach.


Aimee Tyler-Smith, RD

Pronouns: she/her

Languages spoken: English

Contact: Aimee@changecreateschange.com

Aimee is a Registered Dietitian here at change.creates.change. She is currently registered with the College of Dietitians of Ontario, and is a member of Dietitians of Canada.

Note: Aimee is currently on parental leave and is not accepting new clients until 2021.

Read more about Aimee:

Aimee graduated from Western University with an Honours Specialization in Health Sciences and a Bachelor of Education, and graduated from Brescia University College with an Honours Specialization in Nutrition and Dietetics. She completed a dietetic internship at London Health Sciences Centre where she first began working with the disordered eating population. Aimee is experienced working with both adolescents and adults in both individual counselling and group nutrition education. Aimee works with our clients whom are seeking recovery from their eating disorder as well as those interested in adopting an intuitive eating approach.


London Ontario Dietitians and Therapists - Longbottom the Corgi. A young Corgi is smiling up at the camera.
Longbottom the Corgi

Longbottom is currently training to become our in-office therapy dog at change.creates.change Eating Disorder Services. Once certified, she will offer our clients emotional support during their appointments. Interaction with therapy animals has been shown to encourage communication, decrease anxiety and provide comfort in times of stress. Click to read more!