Frequently Asked Questions

Ready to set up your first nutrition counselling session? Here's some things you may want to know. 

 

Where do we meet?

You have the choice of four options:

  1. My home office, in north-west Regina, is the most typical location. I invite most clients to meet me there. I don’t advertise the address, but will share it when confirming appointments. Lost the email? Call or text!
  2. At Alliance Health Medical Clinic on the University of Regina campus. I see clients there on Fridays. 
  3. Your home or office (within Regina) is an option when coming to me is inconvenient, especially for couples booking appointments in the evening.
  4. A virtual appointment, using videoconferencing technology such as FaceTime or Skype, or an old-fashioned phone call. 

 

What can I expect in my first appointment?

The short answer is plenty of questions, a little feedback, and inspiration for your next step.

Here’s the details: I’ll already have your intake form, but will want to understand more about your health history, eating habits, or anything else relevant to your reason for working with me. I may also ask questions to get you thinking more about your motivations. Through the middle of the visit, expect feedback. For example, I’ll provide my opinion and ideas on relevant aspects of your health & eating habits, start or continue your nutrition education, and suggest practical strategies to move you towards your goals.

Finally, we wrap up the first appointment by choosing one or two key healthy behaviours to practice before the next appointment.

 

When can we meet?

In order to accommodate a variety of schedules, I offer morning, afternoon, and evening appointments, Monday through Thursday. Fridays I see clients at Alliance Health Medical Clinic during the regular workday (9am to 5pm). On weekends, I recharge and do meal prep so I’m ready to serve you better during the week.

 

What do you charge?

Your investment will vary based on the number of appointments and other services you choose. Take a look at the nutrition counselling packages for up-to-date details. 

 

Should I bring anything?

You don’t need anything special, but there’s a few helpful things you could bring:

  • Clarity on exactly what you’d like to achieve by working together (addressed in your intake forms)
  • A 3-day journal of your food & beverage intake, plus physical activity (optional, but recommended)
  • Notebook if you learn best with notes (I’m happy to supply paper & pens, too)

 

Do you take debit? 

Sorry, no. But credit cards work well, and let me know ahead if you prefer to do email money tranfer or PayPal transactions. 

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