We walk alongside you.
Chrissy Hall, LCSW
As Group CEO, Chrissy is responsible for the overall operations, executive leadership team, and delivery of clinical services at Selah House. She started her career over 25 years ago in the behavioral health care field as a direct care staff member. Her experience is primarily in clinical and business development executive leadership positions, serving residential treatment centers, freestanding acute care hospitals, outpatient centers, and military treatment programs. Her areas of expertise include overseeing quality and compliance for startups, clinical best practices, staff education, and program development. Chrissy is passionate about leading teams to provide the highest quality of care in safe, therapeutic environments. Chrissy received her MSW from Virginia Commonwealth University, and she’s currently licensed as a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW). Chrissy is married and has two sons, ages 17 and 20. During her free time, Chrissy enjoys going to her son’s baseball games and traveling.
Jessica Ward, MS, RD, CEDRD-S
Jessica graduated from Gannon University with a Bachelor’s degree in Dietetics and Ball State University with a Masters of Science in Wellness Management. At Selah House, she leads our clinical team as Director of Therapeutic Services. She has extensive experience in corporate health promotion providing individual health screenings and consultations as well as group presentations and classes. Additionally, she provides individual and group nutrition services for a group of family practice physicians. Jessica is a member of the Indiana Dietetic Association and the American Dietetic Association. Sheis also a member of the Indiana Society of Public Health Educators and is a Certified Health Education Specialist. Jessica’s passion for her profession and her clients is apparent when interacting with her.
Network Medical Director
Dr. Tom Scales
Dr. Tom Scales is the Network Medical Director for Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare’s Eating Disorder Network, which includes, Selah House. In his role, Dr. Scale provides psychiatric and medical care to Selah House clients. He is a diplomat in the American Board of Internal Medicine, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, and in Addiction Medicine through the American Board of Preventive Medicine. Dr. Scales completed his undergraduate training at Wheaton College in Wheaton, IL, followed by medical school at the University of Tennessee, Memphis. He completed his residency training in a combined Internal Medicine/Psychiatry program at Rush Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois. He is passionate about helping those with eating disorders and has made numerous community presentations and local media appearances regarding the topic. Dr. Scales was the radio show host of a live web-based program entitled “Understanding Eating Disorders” which occurred weekly on www.health.voiceamerica.com and featured professionals and laypeople as guests in the eating disorder field. Most importantly, he is a husband and proud father of two children.
Network Medical Director
Dr. Joe Fraiz
As the Network Medical Director for Selah House and consulting physician for Toledo Center for Eating Disorders, Dr. Fraiz provides medical care to our clients and consultants to our medical teams. He is a diplomat of the American Board of Internal Medicine and is board-certified in infectious diseases. Dr. Fraiz completed his undergraduate training at Indiana University in Bloomington, IN, followed by medical school at Indiana University School of Medicine. He completed his residency training in internal medicine as well as a fellowship in infectious diseases at Indiana University in Indianapolis, IN. Dr. Fraiz has made numerous presentations, is a member of several committees, and has been principal investigator in a wide range of studies. Dr. Fraiz is a proud grandfather who enjoys gardening and fly fishing.
AVP of Clinical Operations, Eating Disorder Network
Kate Fisch, LCSW
Kate brings over 17 years of clinical experience working in the field of eating disorders to the Odyssey Eating Disorder Network. Kate draws on her experience working in all levels of eating disorder treatment and care to inform her dedication to developing and delivering evidence-based and best-practice clinical services. Kate’s extensive knowledge of eating disorders and years of direct client care have also shaped her passion for clinical supervision, support, and development of other mental health clinicians treating individuals with eating disorders.
Kate earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Indiana University and her Master’s in Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis.
AVP of Eating Disorder Admissions
Alycia Aldieri, LPC
As the AVP of Eating Disorder Admissions, Alycia works with the Eating Disorder Clinical Partnership Team to provide a responsive, compassionate, and streamlined process for admission into treatment. Her professional experiences include working with both adults and adolescents with co-occurring disorders, primarily in a residential setting. She graduated from Benedictine University’s Master of Science of Clinical Psychology program. She also received her bachelor’s degree in Music Therapy from East Carolina University, where she received classical vocal training. Alycia’s therapeutic and professional approach derives from her therapeutic work, spiritual beliefs, and12-step principles. She strongly values providing the highest level of integrity, compassion, and ethics when helping families and individuals affected by eating disorders and addiction. She believes living a life of recovery is worth the fight and holds hope that recovery is achievable to anyone willing. Alycia finds peace in being of service to others, and her goal is to ensure a smooth admission process for each client and their loved ones.
National Director of Alumni Services
Stefan leads Odyssey’s efforts in developing the alumni communities at each of their facilities. Stefan’s approach sustains treatment effectiveness by providing timely, systematic, and supportive engagement for all clients who have completed treatment. With extensive experience developing and directing robust alumni communities in the addiction and mental health fields, he focuses on engaging people within their specific recovery journeys and developing community partnerships with a belief that long-term recovery is an attainable life goal.
Director of Nursing
Mary Atkins, RN
Mary graduated in 2006 with an ASN in nursing. She was a nurse in the ER for most of her nursing career, and she worked as a resource nurse for three years. This meant that she could float to any floor in the hospital, but loved critical care, both cardiac and regular ICU. Mary worked as a hospice nurse briefly as well prior to finding Selah House. She was at a crossroad, looking for a meaningful way to effect patients and their families longer than the length of a hospital stay. Selah provided that opportunity for Mary. She won’t say that she’s never had a more fulfilling job because they’ve all been amazing for where she was in that time of her life. Mary will say that she’s never had a more fulfilling job where she knows every single day there are women out there that she’s touched. She enjoys being a part of an amazing team that gives each patient their life back after an eating disorder has taken it away. There’s such a joy in watching the transformation from the first day of treatment until they go home. Mary’s goal for this department is to maintain a safe, rewarding, and loving atmosphere where patients and nurses alike feel a sense of being a part of a team that makes a difference. She wants her nurses to have meaningful interactions with clients that are often difficult to have time for in the hustle of other nursing disciplines.
Director of Nutrition Services
Rachel VanWoerden, MA, RDN
Rachel grew up in Indianapolis and attended Ball State University to complete her undergraduate and graduate degrees in nutrition and dietetics. During the summer of 2016, she married her husband and passed her registration exam to become a Registered Dietitian. It was after this time that she was blessed to join the Selah House team. At Selah, she works with clients to develop meal plans that are appropriate for each client’s specific treatment and nutritional needs. These meal plans help empower clients to process and overcome fears and anxiety surrounding food. Utilizing the all-foods-fit model and Intuitive Eating Principles, she helps clients learn about balance, variety, and moderation for a healthy lifestyle. Beyond the meal plans, Rachel helps clients learn food preparation and meal planning skills through individual sessions and groups. For example, she works with clients as they participate in meal and grocery challenges, and in the weekly cooking group. These provide an opportunity for our clients to build trust with their body and confidence in their own ability to receive adequate nutrition. Her favorite aspect of working at Selah House is seeing clients develop a new understanding and trust with their body, nutrition, and food. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family while exploring the Indianapolis area.
Patrice Adams has joined the phenomenal Selah House clinical team in December 2020 as a Family Therapist. Patrice studied and completed her Bachelor’s Degree at Central State University in Psychology. She then completed her Master’s Degree at Christian Theological Seminary with a Master’s of Art in Family and Marriage Therapy.
At Selah House, her focus will be Family Therapy for both Adolescent and Adult populations. She was drawn to the treatment here at Selah House due to utilizing the use of Art Therapy in connection with the client’s Spirituality.
Growing up, Patrice observed her parents working within the capacity to help and serve others. Her father served as a Pastor while her mother was a social worker. She grew into the lifestyle to help others grow. She strives for her role her at Selah House to help move with the clients during those difficult obstacles and walk into freedom.
When not at Selah House, Patrice enjoys her time being a mom and spending time with her family.
She enjoys completing DIY projects and renovating.
After earning her bachelor’s degree in history from IUPUI, Elizabeth received her teaching license and began teaching Economics and US History at an Indianapolis high school. Throughout her career in education, she has taught students all subjects ranging from Humanities to STEM. Elizabeth is a native Hoosier and has loved her time in Anderson. In her free time, she likes to explore nature, take care of her plants, and enjoy time with her family.
In her role at Selah House as the Education Coordinator, Elizabeth communicates with schools and parents to ensure clients have a continuing education while in treatment. Using her training of trauma-informed practices in education, she works to meet clients where they are at and help them feel comfortable with distant education. While at Selah, clients have school time during the week in which they can work on assignments, tests, and ask Elizabeth any questions they may have.
Born and raised in Anderson, Liz recently returned home after living in Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky for eight years. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Franciscan University and completed her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Xavier University.
Liz has experience working with all ages, from young children to adults. She has worked in addiction treatment, school-based agencies, and outpatient practices. Most recently, Liz worked as an outpatient therapist specializing in eating disorders, providing individual and group therapy. She uses a variety of modalities, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Liz has extensive experience with eating disorders and a passion for helping others along the recovery process.
Outside of work, Liz has a passion for being in nature. She enjoys hiking and exploring with her canine sidekick, Gibbs. She also enjoys baking, spending time with her extended family, and curling up with a good book.
Primary PHP Therapist
After completing her bachelor’s degree at Hanover College and her master’s degree at Ball State University, Dabney decided to join our phenomenal team here at Selah House. Dabney joined our team in May of 2021 after completing her internship with Selah House. Dabney supports the Selah House clinical team as a Primary PHP Therapist for adult clients.
Through completing her internship at Selah, she quickly found a passion for supporting this clientele. She has always been drawn to helping others and found this field to be so special. Along the way she has realized how unspoken eating disorders are in the mental health field and it values being an advocate to spread awareness.
Within her role, Dabney supports the clients as they prepare for life in recovery. She works through relapse prevention planning, securing support systems, reclaiming the “healthy self”, needs and value exploration, body image work, and more. Her approach is largely through the lens of acceptance versus resistance, which is applied through cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing, and solution-focused techniques. Dabney’s goal is for her clients to reclaim their freedom from their eating disorder and regain kindness, understanding, and compassion for themselves.
Assistant Director of Eating Disorder Admissions
Kayla brings 10 years of social work experience to her role as the Assistant Director of Eating Disorder Admissions. She began her career in the mental health field and has worked with adolescents and adults diagnosed with various co-occurring disorders throughout her career. She also directed a foster care agency in Anderson, IN. Kayla grew up as a Pastor’s daughter in Muncie, Indiana and graduated from Ball State University with her bachelor’s degree in Social Work, and then obtained her Master of Arts in Human Services from Southeastern University and a Master of Arts in Healthcare Administration from Walden University. In her down time, Kayla enjoys spending time with her husband, family, and two dogs. Her passion for helping others has been evident since she was very young and continues to show through in her work and communication in helping young ladies and teens begin their freedom journey.
Staff Nurse Practitioner
Marianne Atkinson, MSN, APRN, FNP-C
Marianne is a board certified nurse practitioner with over 10 years of experience in complex disease management, geriatrics, and hospice & palliative care. As the Medical Team Director, she provides a holistic approach to patients with eating disorders to address medical and psychiatric issues. She completed her graduate studies at Indiana Wesleyan University and received a master’s degree in advanced practice nursing. She is a member of American Association of Nurse Practitioners and Gerontological Advanced Practice Nurses Association. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter, and two dogs. Some of her hobbies include refurbishing furniture, decorating, and traveling.
Alexis Benson, RD
Lexi completed her Bachelor of Science in Dietetics through the University of Kentucky and moved to Indianapolis to complete her Dietetic Internship Program. Throughout college, Lexi became passionate about working with females struggling with eating disorders and disordered eating after overcoming these battles herself. She served as her University’s Panhellenic Wellness Chair, where she planned and executed wellness programming for all sorority women. When not at Selah House, Lexi enjoys spending time with her family and dogs, reading, attending country concerts, and trying new coffee shops!
While completing her Bachelor of Science degree at Ball State University in Nutrition and Dietetics, Monica worked at Selah House as a Dietary Care Specialist. Monica returned to Ball State to complete her dietetic internship and Master of Arts degree in Dietetics. After working in the acute care and community nutrition setting, Monica was blessed to return to Selah House as a Registered Dietitian. Monica has a passion for supporting and empowering her clients who are battling an eating disorder to find freedom.
Kayla completed her bachelor’s degree in nutrition and dietetics at Purdue University. She completed her dietetics internship at Purdue University and passed the registered dietitian examination in 2020.
Before working at Selah House, Kayla worked with the elderly population at a skilled nursing facility for two years. While completing her degree, she became passionate about intuitive eating and helping others find food freedom and make peace with their bodies and relationships to food. During this time, she became interested in a career working with individuals with eating disorders.
When not at Selah House, Kayla enjoys walks with her fiancé and his dog, baking and decorating cakes, hiking, and spending time with family and friends.
Dallas became a dietitian because wanted to intertwine her passion for learning with her passion about the body’s nourishment needs while aiding those in eating disorder recovery. In 2016, she obtained her undergraduate degree in Food and Nutrition at the University of Southern Indiana. Directly after completing her undergraduate degree, she pursued a combined dietetics masters and internship program at Ball State University and passed the dietitian registration exam in 2018. Prior to working at Selah House, Dallas worked at a Community Hospital in Anderson splitting her time between inpatient and adolescent/eating disorder recovery outpatient care. She’s passionate about helping others reclaim food freedom, utilizing the “all food foods fit” method as well as intuitive eating principles, and embracing health at every size. When not at Selah House, she enjoys spending time with friends, hiking, and trying new food experiences.
Jordan was born and raised in Ohio then moved to Indiana to join the Selah House team as a Registered Dietitian. She completed her Bachelor of Science in dietetics at Ashland University then went on to Ohio University where she completed their combined Master of Science and Dietetic Internship program. Throughout her academics, Jordan became passionate about learning about eating disorders and working with individuals who are struggling with them. Selah House has been a great environment for Jordan to work with an amazing clinical staff and work with clients to reclaim freedom with food.
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Alicia has worked in a variety of clinical settings, including community mental health, hospital settings, and worked as a civilian contractor in Behavioral Health for the Indiana National Guard. She works with several therapeutic modalities, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Dialectic Behavior Therapy. Alicia was born and raised in a small town near Anderson, IN. She attended the University of Southern Indiana where she obtained her bachelor’s and master’s degree in Social Work. She served in the Army Reserves for 10 years, during which time she served as a Social Work officer. Alicia has three boys and has been married to her husband for 15 years. She moved back to this area 2 years ago and is enjoying living in the country and spending time watching her three boys grow.
I was born and raised in Solsberry, Indiana, and later moved to Evansville, IN. I received my bachelor’s degree and master’s in social work from the University of Southern Indiana. I began working in a community-based outpatient office with children & teens who experienced trauma, anxiety, and depression.
I have experience leading DBT and empowerment groups and anxiety groups for teens. I utilize cognitive-behavioral therapy modalities, trauma-focused approaches, and dialectical-behavioral modalities. I have experience working as a home-based, school-based, and outpatient therapist.
Outside of work, I enjoy being outside playing frisbee with my dog Annie and leading youth group with my husband at church.
Family Therapist, Primary Therapist
Kadee Kirkpatrick, MSW, LCSW
Kadee is a therapist who offers warmth, empathy, insight, and practical strategies for each of her clients. She has a passion for helping those who are trying to find peace in their relationship with food and build a kinder relationship with their body. She is able to help individuals grow in anxiety management, assertive communication, and self-compassion. Kadee is trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) and offers this as an optional intervention to reduce the emotional impact of past trauma and current negative core beliefs. She welcomes and affirms members of the LGBTQ+ community. Kadee is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She earned her Master of Social Work degree from Washington University in St. Louis and her Bachelor of Arts from Cornell University. She has more than 15 years of experience working in inpatient, residential, and outpatient treatment for people healing from eating disorders. She has worked as a therapist at Selah House for more than 9 years. Kadee loves time with her family, Irish dancing, reading, and hiking.
Lisa studied and completed her Bachelor’s Degree at Anderson University in Family Science and Psychology. She then completed her Master’s Degree at Saint Thomas University with a Master of Science in Family and Marriage Therapy. Lisa has worked many years as a therapist or educator at the college level. At Selah House, her focus will be Family Therapy for both Adolescent and Adult populations.
When not at Selah House, Lisa enjoys being a mom and spending time with her family. She enjoys hiking, biking, camping, concerts/music, and reading.
Breanne Porter, PhD
Born and raised in Indiana, Dr. Porter attended college in California and Florida. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and her Master of Arts in Development Psychopathology from Humboldt State University. While studying to earn her Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy from Florida State University, she counseled clients of all ages in the contexts of individual, couples, group, and family sessions in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Before joining Selah House, she worked at a Christian-based eating disorder treatment center in Florida where she developed her passion for empowering women and girls in recovery. Dr. Porter and her husband returned to Indiana to raise their children and be closer to their extended families. In her spare time, she and her family enjoy exploring state and national parks, canoeing, theme parks, planning family parties, and watching science fiction. At Selah House, she works with families to help them understand what their loved one is going through and what they can do to support her while she is here in treatment and after she goes home. She realizes that eating disorders can affect not just the individual seeking treatment but all those who care about her and that they have a valuable role in the healing process as well. “I love the warm, relaxed, authentic community we’ve created here at Selah House. I know that everyone I work with is genuinely passionate about what they do and cares about our clients. I’m so proud of the compassion and grace showed to these ladies who come to us in the midst of such a dark and vulnerable time in their lives. We want them to feel like they can be themselves, even on their messiest of days. Going to treatment (and taking a loved one to treatment) shows so much courage, and we don’t take that for granted.”
Todd R. Davis, MA, LMHC
Todd completed his undergraduate degree at Anderson University and went on to earn his graduate degree at Grace College with additional graduate work at Ball State University. His passion for helping others originated from growing up on the campus of a juvenile treatment facility near Wabash, IN where his father was the superintendent. It was this facility where he began his career. He has vast experience in the mental health field. Since 1994, he has worked with individuals, groups, and families at inpatient and residential treatment centers, and in a university setting as a counselor and a professor. Todd started at Selah House in 2007 and served as the family therapist for nine years. He then transitioned into a position as a PHP primary therapist, focusing solely on group work. Todd’s passion for truth, which embraces both the glory and joy of life as well as the depravity and messiness of life, has provided him with a compassion and a calling to walk with clients as they seek connection and community in the midst of their own stories. “I love to travel, hike, snowboard, and laugh with friends!”
Food Service Manager
After receiving her Associate’s Degree at Harrison College, Tammy was not sure where her career was planning on taking her. Tammy joined the Selah House Team nine years ago as a Dietary Care Specialist. During this time, finally felt she was working at a facility where her co-workers were like family. Within nine years, Tammy continued to grow with Selah House and moved up into our Food Service Manager position in 2022. She feels that this role will help her serve the wonderful souls that come through the Selah House doors. Utilizing her hospitable nature and working in the kitchen allowed her to be kind, helpful and spread love with delicious food.
Down at the barn is where you will find the horses, the cats and Marcie. Marcie is the equine specialist at Selah House, she believes in the power of the horses and allows people to be where they are on their own journey and meet them there. Like the horses Marcie doesn’t judge and is accepting. Marcie creates both a physical and emotionally safe place for the clients and the horses. Marcie works with the horses to help others learn about themselves and their strengths so they can find their own solutions. Marcie loves to empower others. Marcie is honest as she shows empathy, kindness, encouragement and is dedicated to helping those with eating disorders and their families. She allows you to feel your feelings and will sit with you in those. When the time is right she tends to make you smile with her clown like antics. Marcie has started many new fashion trends such as capris and cowboy boots, hay in hair and her beloved comfy.
Marcie loves metaphors and has a way of making things relate. Marcie loves to show others life is worth living with comical playfulness and lively interactions which have proven to be very healing. Marcie has some of the best life experiences and will share them with you if you ask her. She is also known for her hugs, even getting an award for them.
Marcie is married and lives in Anderson. She and her husband are blessed to have 7 children, son and daughters in law, and 2 amazing, fun, loving, brilliant, grandchildren 3 dogs and 2 cats. Marcie loves being a Mia and MiMi. She has a zest for life and loves spending time with her family, going to concerts and just music in general, dancing, traveling, learning new things. She also loves spending time on/in water, in nature and with animals, being with friends, laughing, true connections and the Colts.
Christina Zile, IFOC
Chris has served as the director of a women’s shelter under the auspices of the Church of God, is a Bible study leader, and has been a featured speaker for women at Christian retreats. Her passion is seeing people restored and redeemed through a vibrant and personal relationship with Christ. It is her great joy to “walk along beside” those who come for freedom and to proclaim the good news of the gospel. She states, “In my own experience, I realized I could not free myself from the addictions that bound me. I was imprisoned by my alcoholism and other unhealthy ways of coping, which did not bring relief from the ghosts of a childhood that crippled me emotionally. Then, Christ found me and that has made all the difference. Any of us who have stories of redemption are eyewitnesses to the power of God to heal. Life with Christ is not about rules and regulations – it’s about the relationship with the lover of our souls, who just happens to be the Creator of the universe. How lovely?” Chris earned her Associates in Applied Science in 1983 from Ivy Tech Community college and has worked in the Mental Health/Social Service fields for 25 years. Most recently, she has been ordained as a Senior Chaplain in the International Fellowship of Chaplains.
Renessa graduated with an Associate Degree in Applied Science in 1997 from the Indiana Business College. When joining Selah House in 2011, she brought over 11 years of experience in health care administrative work. Renessa’s own recovery from an eating disorder has been a source of motivation to help others who are still struggling with the disease. As she encounters individuals and families across the country seeking help, she demonstrates compassion and warmth as they walk through the life changing decisions of entering treatment. “After experiencing a life of freedom, I want to help people that are still suffering to realize that life can be more than their eating disorder and that there is hope.”
Logan grew up in a small town in Indiana not far from Anderson. After graduating high school she attended nursing school and realized that was not the path for her. Logan enjoys spending time with family and her 3 cats. She loves to travel and is a fan of nature. As the Milieu Director at Selah House, Logan is in charge of managing our amazing RCS team, which includes hiring, training, and scheduling. Logan shared that her favorite part about Selah is all the connections she gets to make and knowing that she gets to be a part of client’s journey to recovery.
Kylie completed her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Criminal Justice at Ball State University. Upon graduation, she worked as the case coordinator at a residential facility for troubled youth in Muncie. Although she loved serving the youth there, she wanted to branch out and gain experience working in a similar capacity but with a new population—which is how she discovered Selah House. As case manager, Kylie is eager and excited to stand alongside each adolescent in their journey to recovery and be able to provide any additional support and care they may need along the way. Kylie shared that her favorite part about Selah is how kind and supportive everyone has been, welcoming her to the Selah family!
Christi is highly committed to providing quality service and personalized client care as Case Manager for Selah House. She strives in being a servant leader, demonstrating empathy and humility in her daily role. Christi’s strong desire for cultivating genuine relationships and connection allows her an honest voice while advocating and promoting recovery and wellness.
Prior to joining Selah in 2021, Christi served as a compassionate and dedicated professional impacting children, youth, and families. She worked in the education arena as a teacher, administrator, professor, and consultant, designing and pioneering Indiana’s first neurobehavioral alternative school for elementary-aged students. Christi journeyed with children and adolescents as a behavior therapist to support patients in researching their highest potential and living more harmonious, happier lives. As an ordained minister, Christi was a Family and Children’s Pastor, as well as a hospice chaplain at a children’s hospital and chaplain for a youth correctional facility.
Christi believes deeply in the power of love, in the message of Jesus, and the mission to bring people closer to Jesus. She passionately advocates for empowering women in their walk with Jesus, as well as serving the greater. Work she will, taking on emission at a time, regardless of the location – be it in a classroom, a church, or Selah House.
Julia grew up near Chicago and moved to Indiana to complete a Coordinated Program of Dietetics at Indiana State University, finishing her Bachelor of Science in Dietetics and internship in 4 years. She decided to study dietetics to better understand how she can best aid others in finding food freedom and reclaiming a healthy relationship with their bodies. She plans on pursuing her education with the goal of becoming a Certified Eating Disorder RD. Julia strongly aligns with the “All Foods Fit” philosophy and loves to share her passion for intuitive eating, gentle nutrition, and joyful movement. Outside of Selah House, she enjoys practicing Pilates, kayaking, cooking, exploring new restaurants, and hanging out with friends!