Jessica is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) who incorporates a holistic and mindful approach to helping people achieve health and wellbeing. She has a particular interest and expertise in the dietary management of eating disorders, obesity, irritable bowel syndrome (FODMAP ...
Jessica is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) who incorporates a holistic and mindful approach to helping people achieve health and wellbeing. She has a particular interest and expertise in the dietary management of eating disorders, obesity, irritable bowel syndrome (FODMAP diet), PCOS, pregnancy and type 2 diabetes.Specialising in eating disorders Jessica has worked at St Vincent’s Body Image and Eating Disorder Service providing individual and nutritional group therapy. In the past Jessica has lectured at Deakin and Swinburne University which has allowed herto share her knowledge and educate other health professionals about eating disorders. Dedicated to preventing eating disorders, Jessica also provides interactive talks on dieting and body image to high school students.Jessica is enthusiastic about communicating her extensive knowledge in food and nutrition in a practical manner. The different stages of life have specific nutritional requirements. Jessica’s warm manner enables her to engage and communicate well with children, adolescents and adults.Jessica is committed to helping people to eat mindfully and enjoy food whilst reaping the many health benefits.
Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics Deakin Universtiy 2006
‘Mindful Eating – Experiential Workshop’ by Dr Naomi Crafti (2009)
ASSIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training – 2009)
Irritable Bowel Syndrome - FODMAP training by Sue Shepherd and Monash University (September 2009)
MHFA (Mental Health First Aid) course (November 2009).
‘Acceptance and Commitment Therapy’ training’ by Russ Harris (30-31st May 2011).
Pre-Diabetes and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus training’ with the Baker IDI (6th June 2011).
Registration Numbers and Professional Memberships
Registered with the DAA, medicare and most private health insurance
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