Adina Pearson Walla Walla College Place Dietitian Nutritionist

Find relief from food struggles
with Adina Pearson, RD

Walla Walla Dietitian & Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor

Walla Walla College Place Dietitian Nutritionist Office

Offices in College Place, WA

Virtual counseling also available.

If you struggle with any of the problems below, there is hope.

Emotional Eating

Disordered Eating

Overeating

Chronic Dieting

Binge Eating

Orthorexia

Food Preoccupation

Extreme Picky Eating

Weight Concerns

 Natalie 

 Mom of 3 

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Adina is "wonderful, supportive and encouraging. I am looking forward to scheduling another few sessions."

There is hope for you to develop a nourishing and healthy relationship with food and your body.  Learn about our services here.

I help Walla Walla Valley women who struggle with food, weight (or both), learn to eat well and feel good about food and their bodies.

If you can answer yes to any of the following questions, nutrition counseling may be for you:

--  Struggle with emotional eating, turning to sweets and snacks when you're stressed, sad, or otherwise upset? 

-- Do you find yourself overeating but unable to stop?

-- Tired of the diet roller coaster and want to find a sane path to eating well?

-- Wish to feel good in your body and find peace with food?

-- Want confidence in how you feed your family?

-- Worried about your child's eating or weight?

Work with me toward bringing confidence and joy back to eating!

My philosophy on food and eating is highly influenced by Intuitive Eating and Mindful Eating research as well as Ellyn Satter's Eating Competence work. As we work together, you will know:

-- How to organize your eating to best serve your needs.

-- How to plan balanced meals with foods you enjoy.

-- How to eat just what your body needs to eat to feel satisfied and well nourished.

-- How to work with your appetite, not fight against it.

-- The roots of emotional eating and how to manage it.

-- How to eat all foods in a sane and reasonable way even if some foods make you feel out-of-control right now.

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