We trust that nobody knows your body better than you do and that your lived experiences are sources of wisdom.
We advocate that all bodies should be treated equally and are worthy of respect, love, and acceptance.
We wholeheartedly believe that radical self-love is an essential element of body image healing.
We believe that consent, transparency, and freedom of choice are all parts of compassionate care.
We strive to create a warm and welcoming environment where people in all bodies can feel accepted.
We acknowledge that each person’s healing is their choice and has their own timeline.
We recognize that mainstream diet culture demonstrates systemic racism, oppression, and discrimination toward people in marginalized bodies including but not limited to black, indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC), LGBTQIA+, fat, and disabled.
We are committed to practicing nutrition counseling from a place that is trauma-informed, anti-racist, and in alignment with Body Trust®, Intuitive Eating and Health at Every Size® principles.
We love our clients and we celebrate their journey on becoming their own nutrition experts!
she/her | Registered dietitian
Mikaela is an experienced masters-level dietitian who has worked in all levels of eating disorder care since 2020. She works alongside her clients in partnering against the many challenges of diet culture and eating disorders by helping people find more flexibility and joy with their relationship with food and their bodies. Her specialty areas of nutrition counseling include anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, ARFID, as well as other eating disorders and disordered eating. She also has a passion for athletes working to return to their sport and people desiring to nurture a relationship with joyful forms of movement.
Mikaela works with adults and adolescents 13 years and older.
Mikaela treats each individual with compassion and kindness and works to meet them exactly where they are at knowing the road to recovery is not a one size fits all journey. She aids people in challenging their eating disorders through an all foods fit lens and uses principles of Health at Every Size, intuitive eating, and other approaches to meet their needs. She acknowledges that she holds privilege as a white, cis-gendered, straight-sized, able-bodied person and recognizes that we all come from unique lived experiences.
When not helping people navigate their relationship with food and their bodies, she enjoys playing soccer, getting out in nature, spending quality time with loved ones, cooking, tending to house plants, and being curled up with a good book.
she/her | Registered dietitian
Sara is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor with experience in all levels of nutrition care since 2016. Her professional mission is to help clients deconstruct harmful black-or-white thinking surrounding food choice, body movement, body weight, body image, and self-talk in order to cultivate a vibrant life led by trust in one’s own bodily cues, intuition, and knowledge. Sara utilizes the principles of Intuitive Eating, Health at Every Size (HAES), and radical self-love to guide her clients on the rewarding journey of finding peace with food and body.
Sara provides nutrition counseling for individuals ages 13 years or older. She is passionate about working with people of color, the LGBTQIA+ community, and those who don’t meet the clinical criteria for an eating disorder diagnosis due to the lack of size-inclusivity in the making of the criteria.
Sara specializes in nutrition counseling for disordered eating, compulsive exercise, sports nutrition, orthorexia, binge eating disorder, bulimia, anorexia, ARFID, and other eating disorders.
When Sara is not working to take down diet culture she enjoys running, baking, watching A24 films, cuddling with her cat, reading memoirs/self-help books, and taking an obnoxious amount of photos of the food she orders at restaurants prior to digging in.
she/her | Registered dietitian
Sami is a masters-level registered dietitian who is passionate about providing size-inclusive and gender-affirming care to individuals healing from eating disorders and disordered eating. Challenging societal norms and choosing to change your relationship with food and your body is an act of rebellion in itself, and Sami acknowledges the multitude of emotions that recovery can bring- all of which are valid. Sami practices from a Health at Every Size (HAES) and All Foods Fit lens and focuses on centering her client’s experiences and needs. Having worked at higher levels of eating disorder care for several years, Sami specializes in nutrition counseling for ARFID, anorexia nervosa, bulimia, binge eating disorder, as well as the wide range of disordered eating behaviors that do not fit diagnostic criteria. She also has a special interest in sports nutrition and working with LGBTQIA+ and neurodivergent individuals. She aims to partner with her clients to find unique solutions that fit their personal goals of recovery.
Sami works with adults and adolescents ages 13 and older and particularly enjoys working with young adults and college-aged individuals going through life transitions.
As a neurodivergent dietitian, Sami holds privilege as a white, cis-gendered, straight-sized, and able-bodied person. She is passionate about providing care rooted in social justice, equity, and respect, and aims to support individuals as they explore their lived experiences and determine what healing looks like for them. Sami approaches difficult topics with humor, compassion, and kindness, and is humbled to be able to hold space for her clients’ healing.
When Sami is not fighting the good fight against diet culture, you can find her curled up with a good book, doing paint-by-numbers, or wandering aimlessly by the water with her sweet pup Ziva. Sami loves to cook and explore different cultures through food, and her favorite way to show affection is to feed others a delicious meal.
she/her | Registered dietitian
Becky is an experienced registered dietitian nutritionist who has worked in mental health and eating disorder treatment at all levels of care since 2013. She entered this field to help others cultivate and heal their relationship with food and their bodies by incorporating intuitive eating, Body Trust, and Health at Every Size (HAES), amongst other approaches into her work. She specializes in nutrition counseling for ADHD, neurodivergence, disordered eating, body image healing, anorexia, bulimia, ARFID, orthorexia, binge eating, and other eating disorders.
Becky works with adults and adolescents ages 13 and older. She especially loves working with families.
While eating disorder recovery is not always linear, Becky works with each client to meet them where they are, guiding each individual through their recovery journey. When working with Becky, you can expect a caring, compassionate, warm, and welcoming provider who believes that all bodies are worthy of respect, love, and acceptance.
When not at work she enjoys spending time with her family, crafting, cooking, playing with her pup named Chewy, and all things outdoors including hiking.
she/her | clinical supervisor
Emily is a master’s level registered dietitian nutritionist with over five years of experience working in the field of mental health and eating disorder treatment at all levels of care. She works from a Health at Every Size (HAES) approach and specializes in size-inclusive nutrition counseling for ADHD, disordered eating, body image, anorexia, bulimia, orthorexia, ARFID, binge eating disorder, and other eating disorders.
Emily works with adults and adolescents ages 13 and older.
When working with Emily you can expect a passionate clinician who loves sarcasm and food puns. She will always meet you where you are in your eating disorder recovery journey. She will be a staunch advocate for you, your body, and your mind. Emily recognizes her privileges as a cis, white, able-bodied human and acknowledges that all of us have different stories and paths in life.
While not exuberantly talking about nutrition, Emily enjoys exploring the Pacific Northwest, taking walks around the neighborhood with her family, or cozying up with a warm beverage and a book.
she/her | clinical director
PLEASE NOTE: Kelly is not accepting new clients at this time.
Kelly is a registered dietitian nutritionist and Certified Body Trust Provider® with over a decade of clinical experience in eating disorder treatment. She approaches her work with a Health at Every Size (HAES), anti-oppressive, and trauma-informed lens by centering her client's lived experiences and wisdom in each session. She strives to provide a warm, humorous, and judgment-free environment to build trusting therapeutic relationships with each of her clients. She specializes in nutrition counseling for disordered eating, body image, anorexia, bulimia, ARFID, orthorexia, binge eating disorder, and other eating disorders. She is also passionate about working with neurodivergent and LGBTQIA+ clients.
As a neurodivergent provider, Kelly holds multiple layers of privilege including being white, cis-gendered, straight-sized, and able-bodied. She is aware of how this impacts her ability to practice as a nutrition provider and the potential harm these privileges have to healthcare. She is committed to social justice, equity, and inclusion and is striving to learn and unpack her own internalized biases and repair any harm when it happens.
Attune Nutrition was created by Kelly after owning and operating her solo private practice in Seattle for several years. She saw a growing need for weight-inclusive nutrition providers and wanted to dedicate her business to providing collaborative and compassionate care for her community.
They/them | Virtual Administrative Assistant
Sien is happy to be a part of the Attune Nutrition team as the virtual administrative assistant! Sien will be the first point of contact as we get you started on your nutrition journey with one of our amazing clinicians. Originally from Houston, Texas, they have been living on Duwamish land since 2016. Sien is an experienced administrative assistant with a passion for and dedication to equity, disability justice, and anti-oppressive care. They are currently pursuing their master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling and art therapy at Antioch University.
Sien is usually working in the company of one of their three cats (Netta, Lady Macadamia, and Aoife) with a nice cup of coffee and some groovy tunes. They look forward to helping you!
Reach out to our team with any questions you have + we’ll be happy to share how we can support you.
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