The world of nutrition can seem so complex and confusing. Let our Registered Dietitian Nutritionist help you navigate the science and meet your wellbeing needs. We provide a variety of services, including:
Special seasonal programs and workshops
Nutrition and wellbeing presentations
Academic guest lectures
Nutrition counseling services are available to everyone. Our dietitian specializes in helping you to meet your goals for weight loss/gain, chronic disease management, optimal athletic performance, recovery from eating disorders, navigating food allergies and sensitivities, healthy meals for busy families, and building your best relationship with food while fueling your lifestyle.
Q: “What does an initial nutrition counseling session include?”
A: Your session will be personalized to your needs and interests and may include:
Body composition analysis
Energy and macronutrient targets
Nutrition assessment and recommendations
Educational materials and handouts selected per client needs
Personalized meal plan
Client centered goal setting
Follow-up sessions include additional educational information, monitoring and accountability, assessment of dietary intake and/or weight changes (if desired), and progressive collaborative goal setting.
To schedule an appointment call: 740.593.2093
Nutrition Counseling Pricing:
The below prices are effective for any appointments made after December 23, 2018:
1-hour initial session: $50 ($30 for OHIO students with valid ID*)
30-minute follow-up sessions: $25 ($15 for OHIO students with valid ID*)
*Students must bring their ID to their appointment to receive the student discount
For more details, please see our Nutrition Counseling Policies below.
Interested in our special nutrition-focused seasonal programs and workshops, including cooking classes? Check out our calendar of
Looking to schedule a nutrition-related presentation for a staff meeting or a guest lecture for an academic class/program? We offer the below presentations; or, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss additional options.
Mindful and Intuitive Eating
Nutrition Tips for Heart Health
Smart Steps for Food Safety
Savvy Snacking and Sipping at Work
Women’s Heart Health
“Professional Perspective” for Nutrition Learning Communities
Nutrition Counseling Policies:
A WellWorks membership is not required for our nutrition counseling services.
Payment is due at the time of your appointment, unless a session has been pre-paid and placed on your account.
WellWorks is a cash-free facility. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express; or, checks made payable to WellWorks. Cash is not accepted.
We do not sell “gift certificates,” but we can place session(s) on an account. If the recipient is not a current member, we will create an account at no cost and place the purchased session(s) on the new account.
Sessions placed on an account are good for one year from the time of purchase.
Sessions are not transferrable.
We are not a medical facility and cannot bill insurance.
Flexible Spending Accounts:
Do you have a diagnosed condition such as diabetes or celiac disease that nutrition counseling may help you better manage? Do you have a WageWorks flexible spending account? If so, ask your doctor if they would fill out a
Letter of Medical Necessity
so you can receive nutrition counseling using your flexible spending account funds. Please bring the completed form with you to your nutrition counseling appointment.
At this time, Ohio University is not established with an Inventory Information Approval System (IIAS) and, therefore, WellWorks cannot accept debit cards from Flexible Spending Accounts such as Wageworks.
We can, however, provide you with an itemized receipt for reimbursement submission to your Flexible Spending Account. While some of our services do qualify for reimbursement with some FSA programs, restrictions (such as the aforementioned letter from your physician) may apply.
Reminder calls are provided as a courtesy to our customers. Clients are still responsible for their scheduled appointments.
Clients who are late to an appointment will receive the remaining time of the scheduled appointment and be charged the full price.