Your Path to Mind Body Healing

Our multidisciplinary outpatient clinic specializes in the treatment of adolescents and adults with Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating and disordered eating.

Counseling for Eating Disorders, Disordered Eating, & Food Addiction

Behavioral Nutrition is a holistic eating disorder clinic that treats adolescents and adults using behavioral therapy and nutritional counseling.

Our Services

Adult & Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Programs

Currently not accepting new Intensive Outpatient Program group patients

Nutritional Supplements

Holistically Treat
Vitamin Deficiencies

Recommended Supplements

Types of Therapy

We are accepting new patients.

Availability to schedule your first appointment in as soon as 48hrs

Office Address:
1266 Furnace Brook Parkway
Suite #404
Quincy, MA 02169
617.595.7044

Meet Our Clinical Team

Nicole Meyer, RD, LDN
Supervising Clinical Dietitian

Jacqueline (Gaito) Rasmussen, LMHC
Behavioral Therapist

Sarah Chau, RD, LD
Clinical Outpatient Dietitian

Noell Redfern, RD, LDN
Clinical Outpatient Dietitian

Lucy Mauigai, NP
Nurse Practitioner

Hillary Wong, RD, LDN
Clinical Outpatient Dietitian

Referring Psychiatrist- Eleanor Tedesco, MD

Blog

Signs You’re Undereating

Signs You’re Undereating

If you’re trying to lose weight, it’s a common practice to cut down on your food intake. It’s best to do this under the watchful eye of a dietitian, as controlling your diet is more about eating on time and eating healthy to keep your body weight under control....

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Why Do I Need to See A Dietitian?

Why Do I Need to See A Dietitian?

If you’re looking to eat healthier, then seeing a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN) might be your best bet. An RDN can help you understand your body and how the foods you choose might affect it. Plus, a registered dietitian nutritionist will work with you to...

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Prebiotics and Probiotics….What Are They?

Prebiotics and Probiotics….What Are They?

Has your doctor or dietitian recommended that you work more prebiotics and probiotics into your diet? If so, it’s a great recommendation because they are good for your digestive system, or more commonly called, your gut.  Now you know that prebiotics and probiotics...

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