SHAPE® listed Dieticians and Nutritionists provide compassionate care for anyone seeking nutrition and eating counseling or support for any reason, including disordered eating and medical nutrition therapy for chronic conditions. They provide a weight-inclusive space to explore and achieve your goals, and use and NON-diet approach.
Dieticians & Nutritionists
Liz Fayram RDN, LDN, CEDRD
Liz is a Pacific NW native, and found her roots nearly a decade ago here in Southern New England as a Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian (CEDRD) and Intuitive Eating specialist in both Mass and Rhode Island. She is deeply passionate about the treatment of eating disorders, helping clients find full recovery, and deconstructing diet culture. All of this through the lens of Intuitive Eating®, self compassion, and Health at Every Size®. While she works with the continuum of disordered eating concerns, she has a special interest in working with clients who struggle with Binge Eating Disorder & Bulimia Nervosa in the LGBTQIA community.
She understands that becoming more attuned with your body takes patience, practice, reflection, and a ton of aligned healers around you. That is why Liz values seeing her clients on a regular basis to connect about wellness goals and offers group support through her bimonthly Intuitive Eating® Group for Adults.
In every session, she works to bring enthusiasm, thoughtfulness, warmth, and evidence-based practice into the nutrition counseling process. She practices a respect for all bodies model, to develop a supportive, sustainable nutrition path with each person. She is currently working in private practice in Providence, RI and accepts most insurance plans. And, starting in 2018, Liz will be providing body positive yoga & mindful eating workshops after completing her 200 hr Yoga Teacher Training!
Courtney B Huard MS, RD, LDN
Courtney is a registered dietitian nutritionist who has been working in the field in RI for 15 years. Courtney began her career as a dietitian caring for infants, children, teenagers and supporting their families in the acute care, outpatient and home visiting environments. After several years of hard work, gaining much nutrition knowledge and experience and many months of self reflection it became clear that working in a wellness-based setting, where more time can be taken with her clients for communication, reflection, and support, was what Courtney felt she needed to flourish in her work. She then decided to open her own private practice to be able to make this happen!
Now, 5 years later, Courtney is happily and deeply immersed in her passion, which lies in teaching a non-diet approach to wellness (diets don't work!) using Intuitive Eating® HAES® princliples and evidenced based practice to support clients with eating disorders and disordered eating. Through her accepting, open, and enthusiastic practice, no matter what challenge that lies ahead of you, she is here to help empower you to heal and thrive.
Courtney provides nutrition counseling for children and adults in a comfortable, calm and safe atmosphere for all individuals who are seeking help in understanding more about nutrition and their relationship with food and their body. Courtney is working in private practice and has availability in Cumberland and Providence. Accepted insurances included: BCBS, United Healthcare, Neighborhood Healthcare, Harvard Pilgrim, Tufts, CIGNA.
Ashley Cronin RDN, LDN
Growing up a picky eater who survived on every chicken nugget and tender she could find, Ashley never thought her path would lead her to a career in nutrition. Ashley knows that many clients worry that “all dietitians eat perfectly” and can feel hesitant to share their struggles believing they will be judged or that they should “know better”. Ashley works to remove shame from day one with clients and move them from the false pursuit of perfection, to finding a maintainable and enjoyable way to take care of themselves. Using a blend of compassion, humor, individualized care, and evidence-based recommendations, Ashley is grateful to support her clients as they take their journey to true wellness.
Ashley uses a Health At Every Size ® framework and intuitive eating approach to support individuals and families to eat with compassion and care. Ashley’s specialty areas include eating disorder recovery, non-diet approach to wellness, pediatrics (parent coaching for under age 13), body image support, and picky eating.
Shira Hirshberg, MS, RDN, LDN
Shira's academic training is from Syracuse University and University of RI, and her clinical training was at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. In her private practice, she aims to support you in your nutrition, health and wellness goals using an evidence-based, individualized approach. Her work is informed by non-diet concepts and principles including Intuitive Eating®, mindful eating and Health at Every Size®. If you struggle with guilt and shame around your food choices, Shira can help you develop a better relationship with food.
Shira specializes in digestive issues, and can help manage you symptoms from conditions including: IBS, reflux/GERD, constipation, diarrhea, celiac disease, bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. Shira also specializes in women's health, and can help if you are thinking of starting a family and want more information about nutrition before, during and after pregnancy, or if you are dealing with hormonal changes around menopause.
With questions, send an email below or call 401-484-8172 or you can schedule right on Shira's website by scrolling down to the bottom of any page at allfoodsnutrition.com. She accepts most insurances.
Lindsay Baker, MS, RD, LDN, CDE, CDOE
Lindsay is a practicing registered dietitian with 15 years experience. She is board certified both locally and nationally as a diabetes educator and works with clients with type 1, type 2 and gestational diabetes. She is also a Certified Intuitive Eating counselor. Lindsay uses an evidenced based, non-diet and Health At Every Size ® approach to provide Medical Nutrition Therapy and nutrition counseling to her clients in a safe and comfortable environment. This allows clients to work on health while exploring their current relationship with food, build trust with ones body, and work on a positive relationship to food and body for a more fulfilling life.
Throughout her career she has gravitated towards working with clients who are struggling with disordered eating, eating disorders and chronic dieting. These disorders often accompany other diagnosed health concerns such as diabetes. Lindsay works to support clients to improve health outcomes without causing harm.
She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition and Dietetics, a Master of Science degree in Nutrition and Food Science and completed her didactic dietetic internship at the University of Rhode Island.