Do you find yourself struggling with disordered eating patterns or gastrointestinal issues?
Navigating your body’s nutritional needs can at times feel overwhelming. My goal is to help support you in making healthy, achievable changes to your food choices and habits. Together we will work on setting small goals for long lasting change. I will work with you to break down nutrition, identify behavioral changes that need to be made and establish a more positive relationship with food and body.
As a former collegiate runner, I witnessed poor eating habits that negatively impacted my teammates and their results. My challenge, then and now, is to help people discover healthy eating patterns that will provide the strength necessary to sustain an active lifestyle.
Change can be difficult. And I’m here to listen, guide and educate. Your journey to better nutrition is unique. Which is why together, we will discover what works best to get you thriving and healthy!
Hannah has experience as a clinical inpatient/outpatient dietitian working with a variety of age groups and medical issues. She has a special passion for helping those with gastrointestinal disorders, eating disorders, and individuals looking to reverse or prevent chronic disease.
Hannah holds a Masters Degree in Nutritional Science from Oklahoma State University. Her thesis work included working with low-income seniors and their use of food pantries as a way to overcome food insecurity.
She obtained her Bachelors of Science in Health and Human Performance from Fort Hays State University and completed dietetic requirements at the University of Arkansas.
Hannah loves being outdoors hiking, running, backpacking, cross country skiing and exploring the PNW with her rescue dog Paisley. She enjoys going out with friends for food, drinks and live music. During quieter times, she loves to read good books, watch thought-provoking movies and paint acrylic landscapes of her favorite photos!