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Abby Chan, MS, RDN


Registered Dietitian

EVOLVE Flagstaff
United States

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Sliding Scale Available
Specialties & Areas of Focus:
- Eating Disorders
- Athletes
- Gastrointestinal disorders
Age Groups Served:
- Teens (13-18 years old)
- Adults (18 years old and up)
Additional Populations Served & Allied Groups:
Languages Services Offered In:
- English

My Philosophy of Care

In my practice, I focus on having a collaborative approach to nutrition and health. We all have our own definition of what "health" is and it is my goal to help you find a more peaceful relationship with food, and your body, and find what health means to you. As a client, you will always know your body and lived experience better than I do and my role as a clinician is to listen, validate, and provide support. As we work together we can shed light on areas that need support to better honor your physical and mental health. As a Chinese American, I know what an important role our culture and cultural foods have in our lives. I practice from a weight-neutral lens and am fully aware of the oppression and harm that our medical system creates for all bodies. I serve anyone who wishes to find peace with their whole Self.

About Me & My Practice

I have been practicing from a HAES and weight-inclusive lens for over six years. When I started my undergraduate degree, I wanted to work with athletes. I grew up in the world of performing arts and saw the harms of under-fueling and eating disorders. During school, I began to truly question a traditional model of nutrition counseling as I saw that it was deeply stigmatizing and underserving for much of the population that didn't hold positions of privilege and power. The recommendations and interventions that were taught to promote “health” were those that were deeply disordered and inaccessible. Once I became a dietitian I worked clinically and served a large Native American population. I saw firsthand the harms of our current healthcare system and societal inequities. I opened my own practice in 2017 focusing on providing HAES-aligned, weight-inclusive care for those with eating disorders and disordered eating as well as athletes. I work with folx across the size and weight spectrum and am an advocate for them among other clinicians and empower my clients to advocate for themselves by providing them with tools, education, and a safe space. In my community, I co-founded a group called the Body Inclusive Collective which is a group of healthcare professionals that advocate, educate, and empower fellow clinicians, fitness professionals, and community members on the harms of anti-fat bias and provide education so that we can all provide better care.

Accessibility Considerations

My facility is ADA-accessible with accessible seating. We also have physical therapists in our facility that are weight-inclusive and pracice from a HAES lens. Our physical space also has a gym, while we recognize this can be triggering for many, we are an inclusive gym that does not promote weight loss and instead focuses on the benefits of joyful movement. We have gender-neutral ADA-accessible bathrooms as well.

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