Creating Healthy Bodies and Minds

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Nutrition Mythbusters

Testimonial

Expressions of Interest Invited - Women's Groups

Monthly group sessions to help women move away from a dieting approach towards a balanced health approach. Clients will only be suitable if assessed in an initial sesson first. 
We will explore what makes us healthy, vibrant and balanced individuals, and learn to make some more helpful goals that are not weight related.
If you have an open mind, are ready to commit to yourself, are sick and tired of any sort of dieting, but don't know what to do instead to be healthy, then this is for you.
Minimum numbers ae required to proceed, so if you are interested contact us at julie@transformyoureating.com.au, or phone 9739 6960.

Accredited Practising Dietitian

Consultations - What to Expect

Consultations are tailored to your individual needs. They involve an initial assessment of your health, food preferences, activity level and relevant lifestyle factors, and are followed up with strategies and support to create long term changes.

Typically 45 minutes to one hour for an initial consultation and half to one hour for follow up sessions depending on your needs.

We also offer Home Visits for eligible clients (criteria apply).

Do I need a referral?

A referral is not required to come and see a Dietitian, however if your issues are complex it is recommended.

 

What are the fees?

An initial consultation is $135; follow up consultations vary between $80 and $135, depending on income and time required.
Fees are reviewed annually.

 

Can I get any money back from my Private Health or Medicare?

For a rebate from Private Health Insurance you need to check with your specific fund with regards to eligibility and the amount of refund you would receive.

Medicare can only provide a rebate if you are referred under a Team Care Arrangement from your local GP; not everyone is eligible so check with your own Doctor. The current rebate is $52.95.

 

Additional Information

Below are listed some recommended websites, and reading to get you started. Many good quality websites also provide recipe ideas, which are indicated below.

 

General Nutrition /Good Health

 

Healthy Weight Management (non dieting)

 

Eating Disorders

(Recommended sites only; other sites should only be through the support of your Health Professional)

  

If you can recommend any other sites please let me know, however they will be carefully viewed before being added.

 

Recommended Reading

The following are an introduction only, to expand your understanding of the area of Body Image and Eating Issues.

 

If Not Dieting, Then What? Kausman, R. Allen and Unwin, Melbourne
Calm Eating. Kausman, R.
Real Gorgeous. Cooke, K. Allen and Unwin
Girl Stuff. Cooke, K. (more for teenagers)
Diet No More. McFadden, J. Signet Books, 1995
Fat is a Feminist Issue. Orbach, S. Hamlyn Books
The Beauty Myth. Naomi Wolff
Self Esteem Comes in All Sizes. Carol A. Johnson
Eating in the Light of the Moon: How Women Can Transform Their Relationship with Food Through Myths, Metaphors, and Storytelling. Anita A. Johnston

 

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