Feel free to contact me if you have any additional questions.
Please contact me directly through my contact page to inquire about booking and current availability.
I will email you an invoice after our first session which will include a link to pay via credit card or you can send an interact e-Transfer to email@example.com. I will email you your receipt - don't forget to submit to your extended benefits plan if you are eligible for reimbursement.
I provide nutrition counselling using the Practice Better platform - this platform is safe and secure for providing virtual counselling and is PIPEDA compliant.
Appointments can also take place via Zoom if you prefer.
Please provide at least 24 hours notice (by phone or email) if you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment or you will be charged in full.
No, a doctors referral is not required to book an appointment. I can collaborate with your physician or other medical professional with your written permission if this is something you would like.
No, the service of a dietitian in private practice is unfortunately not covered by MSP. However, check with your group health insurance plan as many of these plans cover nutrition counselling by a registered dietitian.
If cost is a factor, consider booking an appointment with a dietitian through your local health authority as this is usually covered - contact me if you would like some help finding a dietitian in your area.
No, at this time I do not offer direct billing. I will provide you with a receipt which you can submit to your extended benefits plan.
Thankfully no! I enjoy trying many different foods and experimenting with new recipes (to the joy of my family...maybe not!). I love a good plate of sushi once in awhile and my favourite sweet treat is pavlova - a recipe passed down to me from my grandmother.
You have 6 months from the original invoice date to book & complete your nutrition visits.
No, at this time I am only working with British Columbia residents as I am not registered with the College of Dietitians in other provinces.
The majority of insurance providers offer dietitian services as a benefit but it is actually up to the employer to choose this benefit option. Consider sharing this information with your employer to help get dietitian services added as a reimbursable benefit.
Please contact me for current pricing and availability