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Health at Every Size® Healthcare Provider Listing

Grace Lautman, MS, CN, LMHC


Licensed mental health counselor and certified nutritionist

Honor Nutrition & Counseling LLC
United States

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Special Instructions: Send me an email through the contact form on my website, and let me know what you are looking for support with!
Sliding Scale Available
Specialties & Areas of Focus:
- Eating Disorders
- Body Liberation & Advocacy
- Trauma & Complex Trauma
- Anxiety & Mood Disorders
Modalities & Theoretical Lenses:
- Internal Family Systems (IFS)
- Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT)
- Exposure & Response Prevention (ERP for anxiety disorders)
- Lifespan Integration (Trauma Treatment)
Age Groups Served:
- Teens (13-18 years old)
- Adults (18 years old and up)
Additional Populations Served & Allied Groups:
- Latinx
Languages Services Offered In:
- English
- Spanish

My Philosophy of Care

I chose the word “honor” to represent my practice because being a witness to people’s lives and stories as a therapist really is one of my life’s greatest honors. I have also been “the client” sitting on the other side of the couch (or screen) and I understand the courage and vulnerability it takes. Health should be defined by each of us as individuals, and health in and of itself isn't about morality. As a mental health counselor, I am far more interested in how mental health, support systems, and oppressive systems are a part of "health" than any other piece is. I do not shy away from hard conversations about body image- and because we have all grown up in this diet centric world, I don't blame anyone for still having parts of themselves that are "wishing" their body was different in some way. I acknowledge that this world makes it so challenging for larger bodies and fat bodies to be in this world, and I'm here for that conversation.

About Me & My Practice

My professional life is influenced by my own understanding of what it’s like to be the client seeking help. Through my teen and young adult years I had my own struggles with physical and mental health, and my relationship with food and body was a part of that. Because of this I have a deep appreciation for each individual’s unique story and I love working with teens and young adults. I know the struggle can be painful and arduous, but I believe the payoff from showing up for yourself during these years is valuable and formative. I am described as warm, playful at times, and curious. After beginning my career in the diet world and coming to terms with the harm I was a part of, I did a complete shift, found the non-diet eating disorder world, and have been fully HAES since 2016. I act as an advocate for my clients as they navigate challenging healthcare dynamics (weight stigma), and I also do speaking events and education work to help spread the word about weight-neutral care.

Accessibility Considerations

My sessions are fully virtual at this time. I have a no-tolerance policy for weight stigma, and have ensured that my intake forms and anything associated with my business is fully HAES. My practice is embracing to all backgrounds and identities including LGBTQ+ and BIPOC. Simultaneously I recognize that it isn't me who decides whether I am a safe place for you--that is YOUR job! I am doing my best to be a safe place by: being open to feedback and learning, being a part of an anti-racism/unlearning white supremacy group, and by seeking out continuing education opportunities that align with my practice goal of being a safe place for ALL.

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