Maiken Wiese is a Registered Dietitian trained in medical nutrition therapy for numerous health conditions. She specializes in nutrition counseling for eating disorder recovery, as well as subclinical disordered eating. Nutrition therapy is about more than education! Through nutrition counseling you'll have the opportunity to hone goals specific to you. Nutrition counseling provides support and accountability to motivate yourself as you gradually build a better relationship with food and your body. Maiken has worked at various eating disorder treatment facilities, both in the inpatient setting and outpatient setting. She enjoys helping people laugh, honor their achievements and problem solve when the plan isn't working. She completed her Masters of Science in Nutrition at Hunter College and has worked in the day, evening and outpatient programs at The Renfrew Center of New York, BALANCE eating disorder clinic and as the East Coast Director of Nutrition for Eating Disorder Recovery Specialists.
ABOUT DANIELLE, MS, RDN, LDN Registered Dietetic Nutritionist and Nutrition Counselor
Danielle hails from Boston, Massachusetts, where she worked with both adults and adolescents as the Registered Dietitian at Walden Behavioral Care’s PHP and IOP Programs. Danielle is well versed in the complexities of food, science, and mental health. She knows that the road of recovery is as unique as the individual. She takes a straightforward and honest approach, meeting her clients where they are and helping them to take steps forward with practical tools and words of encouragement every step of the way. Danielle is dedicated to the recovery of her clients and helping them foster healing relationships with food and their bodies. Danielle is passionate about eating disorder recovery: when not meeting with clients you may find her writing blog posts or delivering presentations. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Human Biology, Health, and Society from Cornell University and completed her Dietetic Internship with a Master’s Degree in Clinical Nutrition at the University at Buffalo.