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
Clinical Outpatient Dietitian and Clinical Outreach Representative

Jacqueline (Gaito) Rasmussen, LMHC
Behavioral Therapist

Sarah Chau, RD, LD
Clinical Outpatient Dietitian

Lisa Ciminelli, LICSW
Behavioral Therapist

Noell Redfern, RD, LDN
Clinical Outpatient Dietitian

Richard Tedesco, LMHC
Behavioral Therapist

Lucy Mauigai, NP
Nurse Practitioner

Hillary Wong, RD, LDN
Clinical Outpatient Dietitian

Referring Psychiatrist- Eleanor Tedesco, MD

Blog

Ghrelin and Insulin Secretion

Ghrelin and Insulin Secretion

The glucose-a type of sugar produced from the digestion of foods we consume is needed to provide energy to cells throughout the body. Sugars are digested into glucose, which get absorbed into your bloodstream to fuel your energy levels. Blood glucose levels normally...

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How to Better Support Your Immune System

How to Better Support Your Immune System

A healthy immune system is essential to our overall health and especially important as the weather gets colder. Making sure you practice healthy behaviors like getting enough sleep, exercising regularly and eating healthy will help keep your immune system healthy. The...

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Vitamin D Deficiency and Depression

Vitamin D Deficiency and Depression

Winter is approaching and the days feel as they are getting shorter due to less sunlight. When the seasons change, you may notice significant changes in your mood and behavior, which may indicate you are suffering from seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Research...

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