Our Nutritionists Help You Create a Healthy Relationship with Food
Nutrition is an essential component of recovering from an eating disorder. Our dietitians 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 dietitians are vital members 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.
Jane “Robie” McMillan, MS, RD – Nutrition Director
Robie has many years of experience participating in and leading multi-disciplinary departments that include doctors, dietitians, therapists, researchers, and other staff, at renown health facilities Walter Reed Hospital and Northern Virginia Mental Health Institute. After graduating from the University of Oklahoma, Robie was commissioned as an officer in the Army. She eventually earned a coveted nutrition internship at Walter Reed. She rose to become the Chief of Nutrition Therapy and Wellness Services, eventually becoming Director of Wellness Services. Robie is always seeking ways to build upon her dietetic acumen, and left Walter Reed to return to school and earned a Masters in Counseling from Marymount University, after which she spent 10 years as the lead dietitian for the Northern Virginia Mental Health Institute before finally joining The Body Image Therapy Center team. A retired Captain in the Army, Robie is fun-loving person. So, it comes as no surprise that during her free time her focus is spending time with family and friends, and occupying the back seat of a motorcycle!
Erin Adams, RDN, LDN – IOP and PHP Dietitian, Baltimore
Erin’s interest in disordered eating was evoked by the coursework and research she completed while earning her bachelor’s degree in Dietetics from Ashland University. After graduation, Erin journeyed to Mississippi State University for her dietetic internship. Throughout her internship, Erin continued her research to better understand cognitive and emotional factors of food behavior while working alongside Registered Dietitians in settings such as sports and clinical nutrition, as well as rehabilitative medicine treating malnutrition, discussing bone density, and counseling patients through body changes. Erin practices using Intuitive Eating, The Transtheoretical Model, and Motivational Interviewing in addition to placing focus on identifying stress, coping with body change, screening for malnutrition, educating on bone health, educating on metabolism & movement, and recognizing valid research. Erin’s goal for each client is to empower clients to take on recovery with a wealth of knowledge and trusted support systems behind them. When not in office, Erin can be found watching movies with her dog, or road tripping back to Ohio to see her goofy family.
Reanne Barbato RD, CSP, LDN- Registered Dietitian, Baltimore Office
Reanne is originally from Massachusetts where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. She completed her dietetic internship at University of North Carolina at Greensboro where she started her career working at the Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) in rural North Carolina before transitioning to a clinical dietitian position in a hospital setting. Her passion for working with eating disorders stems from her four years of hospital experience where she was involved in the medical treatment of patients with eating disorders. She is passionate about food having a purpose in nourishing the body, mind, and the soul. She understands that everybody and every body is different tailors her nutrition sessions to meet the unique needs of each individual to foster a healthy relationship with food. In her free time, Reanne enjoys cooking and eating different ethnic foods, learning about herbal medicine, crafting homemade soaps and lotions, spending time outdoors, and hanging out with her husband and two dogs.
Julia Eltzroth, RD – IOP Registered Dietitian, Washington, DC
Julia earned her bachelor’s degree in Dietetics and completed her Dietetic Internship at Montana State University. After spending five years in the “big sky country” of Montana, she moved back to the DC area to be closer to family and pursue a career helping clients cultivate an improved relationship with food. She practices from a non-diet approach and uses an Intuitive Eating and Health at Every Size (HAES) framework in individual and group nutrition counseling settings. When she’s not at work Julia enjoys spending time outside, tasting new recipes, traveling to new places, and watching movies curled up with her cat.
Katelyn Manga, RD, LDN – Registered Dietitian, Columbia, MD Location
A Maryland native, Katelyn received her bachelor’s degree at the University of Maryland, College Park. She worked as a nutrition coach at the UMD University Health Center, where she was first introduced to non-diet approaches to eating, such as mindfulness, intuitive eating, and Health at Every Size (HAES). Most of her spare time is spent gardening, reading, and hiking with her husband and dog.
For more information, please give us a call at (877)-674-2843 or CLICK HERE to contact our Intake Coordinator today.