By eliminating travel time it becomes much easier to fit your appointment into a busy schedule.
No one likes sitting in clinic waiting rooms. Access your clinician from wherever you like, wear whatever you want, and settle in for a comfortable chat.
Can’t remember the name of the supplement you take? Or what type of bread you eat? When we meet online, and you are at home, you have easy access to your pantry, kitchen, and medicine cabinet.
Nutrition counselling is all about productive and informative conversations. Online appointments offer the same high quality service with greatly improved convenience.
You need a device (computer, tablet, or phone) with access to the internet, and a camera if you wish to use video.
When booking your appointment, you will be prompted to enter your card details. This information is securely stored, and you will only be charged after the appointment has taken place. If you choose to cancel your appointment with more than 48 hours’ (business days) notice, your card will not be charged. Please see the cancellation policy for more details.
When appointments are booked, that time is set aside for you.
If you are not able to attend or cancel with short notice,
this appointment is unable to be offered to another person.
Therefore, appointments cancelled or rescheduled with:
Working proudly from a Size Inclusive lens, I promote
balanced eating, life-enhancing physical activity, and respect for the diversity
of body shapes and sizes.
I will not prescribe restrictive diets as I know these do not work long term. Instead, I will combine my expertise in nutrition research with your expertise in yourself to define what “health” means to you. Together we will set realistic and sustainable goals to help you work towards success.
For more information, please visit Size Inclusive Health Australia
I draw from the following approaches, from a firm foundation of Neurodivergent Affirming and Size-Inclusive philosophy.
ANZAED Eating Disorder CredentialAwarded To: Nicole Cashin
The ANZAED Eating Disorder Credential is formal recognition of qualifications, knowledge, training, and professional development activities needed to meet minimum standards for the delivery of safe and effective eating disorders treatment. The criteria for the Credential are built on the NEDC Workforce Core Competencies and the ANZAED Clinical Practice & Training Standards
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