We have a new Dietitian starting – with a specialty in sports nutrition.
I’m thrilled to announce that Erica Leon Nutrition is expanding!
Let me introduce and welcome our newest associate, Kelly Linehan.
Kelly is a wonderful addition to our practice. This soon-to-be Registered Dietitian has interned with me while she obtained her master’s degree in nutrition from Hunter College and, most recently, as the final part of her training to become a registered dietitian.
Kelly brings a personal knowledge of sports nutrition, as she was a competitive athlete throughout high school and college. She even coached and shared nutritional guidance to competitive college lacrosse and field hockey teams after college.
Kelly is well beyond her years in her clinical savvy of eating disorder treatment, with a special understanding of disordered eating in sports, Health at Every Size® and Intuitive Eating Principles. Kelly will be seeing clients in our White Plains, New York office starting on Saturdays, with additional hours as needed.
If you have any clients who you think may be a good fit for Kelly, please don’t hesitate to keep her in mind for referrals as she is now taking on new clients.
Kelly joins my other associate, Elyse Falk, MS, RD, who has been working with me for well over 10 years. Elyse is a very seasoned eating disorder treatment dietitian who has experience working at all levels of treatment — Montenido’s residential, PHP and IOP programs, as well as in her current outpatient setting at Erica Leon Nutrition.
I have gotten busier seeing clients with eating disorders via Telehealth (a way to work with me virtually) all over the country, and even internationally. I have individual and group programs for people who want to stop the yo-yo cycle of dieting and learn about Intuitive Eating.
These are often useful adjuncts to treatment of those in recovery from disordered eating. And, of course, I still see individuals in person in my White Plains office!
We look forward to continuing to be of service in Westchester County and beyond, to those seeking help with cultivating a more peaceful, balanced, connected relationship with food, movement and body.
If you want to explore more on gentle nutrition and intuitive eating, the best way is to join my free online course, “Dip your Toes into Intuitive Eating“.