Emily Bejtlich, MS, RDN is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist who is particularly passionate about eating disorder and addiction recovery. Emily has a strong clinical understanding of human physiology and nutritional science which informs her medical nutrition therapy work, and holds a Bachelor and Master of Science degree in Dietetics. Emily has worked with clients across the continuum of care, and currently treats eating disorder clients at the partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient and outpatient levels. Emily also supports clients with co-occurring mental health diagnoses, OCD/OCPD, trauma and substance abuse. She is a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals, and the International Federation of Eating Disorder Dietitians. Emily consistently collaborates with other dietitians and healthcare professionals in the field to ensure that each client is uniquely understood and supported. Emily is particularly fascinated by how the fields of physiology, psychology and spirituality merge, and sincerely believes in her clients’ ability to discover freedom in body, mind and spirit. Emily has extensively practiced and integrated the philosophies of Buddhism and Taoism into her life’s work, and holds the vision that we all have the ability to cultivate an inner atmosphere of clarity and peace by consistently investing our energy into behaviors that honor our intuition. Our relationship with food is often a microcosmic expression of our inner world, and is therefore a tangible opportunity for healing and self-discovery. Emily embraces the principles of intuitive eating in her approach, and sees the flow of mindful eating as a way to integrate joy, energy, pleasure and presence into daily life.