I believe in eliminating the social stigma of weight and other marginalized bodies, equal access to health care, and treated human beings with the respect and care they deserve no matter size or race.
I take a non-diet approach that is weight-inclusive. I promote healthy behaviors rather than intentional weight loss or specific diets and serve people of all sizes.
Our work together is holistic and takes into account the many parts of your life that contribute to your wellbeing. Your experiences, feelings, and beliefs are valid and valuable.
“Wellness” should be inclusive and available to all, not just those privileged with resources. My online programs are disability-friendly, and I offer free workshops, sliding scale services, and course scholarships when possible.
I believe developing your intuition is a key component of healing. My approach uses (optional) tools that help you strengthen this connection to your inner self, through journaling, meditation, and intuitive eating.
As someone who promote the use of food as medicine (and pleasure!) and herbs as tools in our wellbeing, I believe it’s important for myself and others who practice the same to give reverence to the land that provides nature’s gifts. I acknowledge that Good Witch Kitchen operates on Massachusetts land and honor with gratitude the land itself and the people who have stewarded it throughout the generations.