Our Nutritionist Helps You Create a Healthy Relationship with Food
Nutrition is an essential component of recovering from an eating disorder. Our dietitian will help you discover a healthy relationship with food to get the most joy and performance out of your body. Offering both individual and group nutrition sessions, our dietitian is a vital member of our interdisciplinary team.
For more information, please give us a call at (877)-674-2843 or CLICK HERE to contact our Intake Coordinator today.
Scott Blair, “Executive Chef”
Scott Blair is a graduate of Johnson and Wales University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Culinary Arts. He has been in the foodservice industry for over 10 years in positions including Executive Chef, Territory Manager, Foodservice Manager, Culinary Instructor and Private Chef. As a Chef, Scott gained experience working with independent restaurants and large corporations such as Back Bay Restaurant Group and Foxwoods Resort and Casino. He was also a lead Culinary Instructor for Frederick Community College of Culinary Arts. Scott also held the position of Private Chef for Professional athletes and other private clients. When Scott is not working, he enjoys spending time with his family, is a musician, and an avid fly fisherman.
Liz Del Hoyo, MS, RDN – Registered Dietitian for Adolescent IOP in Columbia, Maryland office
Liz’s choice for career started out from an admiration for the human body and a desire to help others which led to Nutrition and Dietetics. A native of Puerto Rico, Liz earned her bachelor’s degree at the University of Puerto Rico and completed an internship at the VA Healthcare Caribbean System. A few years later, she moved to Atlanta, GA, obtained her M.S. in Nutrition through the University of Bridgeport and continued her career in nutrition at a local hospital. She moved to Maryland in 2016 and spends her free time baking, cooking and spending time with her husband.
Emily Braaten, RD – Registered Dietitian, DC office
Emily is comes to our DC program after completing her studies at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, where she graduated with a joint degree in Nutrition and Spanish, and then earning her M.S. in Nutrition & Public Health from Teachers College, Columbia University. Emily has worked with a variety of outpatient and educational programs, where she developed her nutritional philosophy emphasizing mindful eating, and personalized approaches to food and fitness. Outside of work, Emily is an avid cook and enjoys exploring the city through running.