Setting the Standard for Nutrition in Behavioral Health Care


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Providing information and resources for Nutrition Professionals active in the areas of eating disorders, intellectual and developmental disabilities, addictions, and mental health. Behavioral Health Nutrition (BHN) is a Dietetic Practice Group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.


BHN Member Spotlight

BHN is proud of its members!
Currently our spotlight shines on:

Taylor Wolfram, MS, RDN, LDN

Current Position

Owner of Taylor Wolfram, LLC (private practice and consulting)

How long have you been a RDN?

6  years

How long have you been in the Behavior Health Nutrition area?

About 3 years ago I shifted my practice to focus on intuitive eating and disordered eating.

Why did you join BHN?

To network with like-minded RDNs, learn more about eating disorders and ED recovery as well as other behavioral health topics.

How has BHN helped you professionally?

As a relatively new BHN member, I loved attending the BHN lunch and member event at FNCE! It was wonderful to chat with people I usually only get the chance to interact with online.

What do you think other RD’s should know about BHN?

That behavioral health is something all RDNs should know about – not just those who work in behavioral health settings.

A little about me

I specialize in the intersection of ethical veganism, intuitive eating and Health At Every Size(r). I help vegans live a compassionate, conscious lifestyle without dieting or restriction and I help them sort through any disordered motivations that may be wrapped up in their decision to be vegan.

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