How can Simply You Nutrition help me?
Our mission is to help others enjoy their lives and thrive by making peace with food and trusting their bodies. Here are some ways in which we can help you as well as topics on which we can provide support and guidance:
How often will we meet, and how long will this process take?
Each client's needs are unique, so this is highly individual and depends on your specific circumstances. We'll discuss the frequency and timing of nutrition therapy (or nutrition coaching) to best fit your needs. Generally, we'll begin with weekly sessions early on to build momentum, and then we'll evaluate progress regularly and space out sessions when you start to hit your stride. This process takes time and introspection, and we'll work together every step of the way!
Do you take insurance?
Please note Simply You Nutrition, PLLC is a medical provider and only accepts Aetna, BlueCross BlueShield of Oklahoma, Cigna, HealthChoice, SoonerCare (Medicaid), and UnitedHealthcare insurance for nutrition therapy at this time.
If you're contracted with another insurance company, we're more than happy to provide you with a superbill to submit to your insurance company with their claim form for potential reimbursement for your sessions. The superbill doesn't guarantee reimbursement.
How can I pay for your services if I'm not using insurance benefits?
We accept all major credit cards and Health Savings Account (HSA) cards as forms of payment.
What are your privacy practices?
Your sessions are held in utmost confidence. If indicated, a release form will be used to obtain permission to speak to other members of your care team (such as your physician, therapist, or psychiatrist). For transparency, we've provided a copy of our HIPAA Notice of Privacy Practices:
Why is it important to work with a registered dietitian (RD) - also known as a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN)?
We believe you deserve the most quality and professional nutrition care, and that can only be found with a registered dietitian/registered dietitian nutritionist. Registered dietitians/registered dietitian nutritionists are food and nutrition experts. We have met the following criteria to earn our credentialing:
Why is it important to work with a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor?
Intuitive Eating is a behavioral model guided by principles—not a diet driven by rules and regulations. It's imperative that this process be upheld and regarded with respect and not diluted by diet culture. To ensure the integrity of the Intuitive Eating process, the originators of this approach created a standardized training and certification program for professionals. Certified Intuitive Eating Counselors are qualified to provide Intuitive Eating counseling, and we've met the following criteria to earn our certification:
Why is it important to work with an Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian?
Eating disorders are biopsychosocial disorders, meaning they have a biological, psychological, and sociocultural component. They're a mental and physical illness that can affect every organ system in the body. It's imperative in eating disorder treatment to have a multidisciplinary care team to ensure a full and safe recovery. The care team supports individuals in recovery by monitoring organ systems, mental health, nutrition rehabilitation, and more. Full recovery is possible, and a registered dietitian who specializes in eating disorders is crucial to a complete and sustainable recovery.
Currently, Sydney Cavero-Egúsquiza is pursuing her Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian (CEDRD) Certification and receives supervision from an iaedp-approved supervisor. When providing care to an individual in eating disorder recovery, she regularly communicates with the other members of the individual's care team (such as their physician, therapist, and psychiatrist). This communication fosters a relationship for the team members to work together and provide quality care to the individual in recovery.
What's the difference between nutrition therapy and nutrition coaching?
Simply You Nutrition makes the following distinctions between "therapy" services and "coaching" services:
Simply You Nutrition outlines the distinction between nutrition therapy and nutrition coaching to make the difference clear so you have informed consent. You're encouraged to find a local registered dietitian for nutrition therapy if you're out-of-state.