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- Binge Eating Disorder
- Body Image
- Compulsive Exercise
- Intuitive Eating
- HAES Informed
- Nutritional Coaching
About the Provider
Sarah Butler, MS, RDN (she/they) is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist who believes everyone deserves a whole life beyond the struggles of an eating disorder or disordered eating, and is passionate about helping others to heal their relationship with food and their body.
Sarah understands that there are many factors that can influence the way one thinks and feels about, as well as interacts with food and their body. That is why they use a person-centered approach, getting to know each individual client, and forming a genuine connection that helps them to understand how to best support their client.
Sarah’s approach combines their knowledge of nutrition and health promotion with their client’s own inner wisdom. She knows each human was born with wisdom to guide how they nurture their body, and understands that this can get wonky due to the influence of factors, such as diet culture, food insecurity, and health conditions.
Sarah’s anti-diet, Health At Every Size (HAES) approach incorporates aspects of intuitive eating and mindfulness, and is designed to help individuals cultivate trust in themselves with self-care, and nourish the mind and body with nutrition, all while enjoying the food that helps us enjoy life.
Sarah proudly identifies as a queer, non-binary individual, and is passionate about working with individuals of the LGBTQIA+ community, as well as thoughtful about the intersectionality between this community, eating disorders and body image concerns.
Sarah received a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Nutrition and Dietetics, and a Master’s Degree in Nutrition and Health Promotion from Simmons University, Boston. While completing her Master’s degree, she was able to focus on Nutrition Therapy for Eating Disorders, which only solidified her interest in working with individuals with eating disorders. Sarah then returned to Simmons University to complete a dietetic internship with a specialized eating disorder focus, one of the few programs like it in the country. Through the internship, they gained experience working with individuals at various levels of eating disorder care, including residential, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and outpatient care. After ending their internship rotation at Whole Life Nutrition, Anna invited Sarah to join the team, where they now continue the work they feel so passionate about.