Your relationship with food and your body feels stressful.
You know that there is more to life than your constant battles with food and body image.
You have dreams and goals that you are putting off because they feel out of reach, such as a new job, a relationship, travel adventures, a creative dream.
You often think, “I’ll get to those dreams once I feel better about my body.”
You are tired of watching your life from the sidelines and you want to get back in the game.
You are ready to break up with diet culture and take your life back.
I embrace a non-diet, weight-neutral approach in my coaching practice, using the principles of Intuitive Eating, Health at Every Size® and Eating Disorder Intuitive Therapy™. I will also help you learn to practice self-compassion, self-care, and self-acceptance, as these are the keys to unlocking your potential to create the life you want.
Contact me to set up a free 30 minute consultation.
Coaching with Joni was one of the best things I could have done! She is literally the nicest person and extremely knowledgeable! Coaching sessions with Joni feel like talking to a caring friend. I never feel judged or shamed for the things that I told her. She’s an excellent listener- so encouraging and kind. It means everything that she understands what I’ve been through and what I’m going through now. Her coaching and guidance was exactly what I needed at this point in my life. This past summer she helped me reach my biggest goal, which was enjoying- truly enjoying- a beach vacation with my partner, as well as so many other small goals along the way. I can’t thank her enough for the positive ways she has affected my life. I feel like I’ve finally learned what it means to be self-compassionate and I’m grateful for Joni teaching me that.
Coaching is not a substitute for medical or psychological treatment. As a certified Professional Life Coach and Eating Disorder Recovery Coach, I cannot diagnose or provide treatment for medical or mental health conditions. If you are seeking a diagnosis or treatment for an eating disorder or other physical or mental health concern, please seek advice from a licensed clinician or medical provider.
For more information or resources please visit the National Eating Disorder Association’s (NEDA) Helpline or call (800) 931-2237.