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Health at Every Size® Healthcare Provider Listing

Jennifer “Jenn” Jackson, MPH, RDN, LD

(any/all pronouns, she/her, they/them)

Fat, Queer, and Disability Liberationist, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor

Jenni K Nutrition, LLC
New Mexico,
United States

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Sliding Scale Available
Not currently accepting new clients/patients
Waitlist Available
Specialties & Areas of Focus:
- Anorexia nervosa
- ARFID (avoidant and restrictive food intake disorder)/"picky eating"
- Binge eating disorder
- Body image support
- Bulimia nervosa
- Chronic dieting recovery
- Diabetes
- Disordered eating
- Eating disorder recovery
- Emotional eating
- Gastrointestinal concerns
- Hormonal syndromes/PCOS (Polycystic ovarian syndrome)
- OSFED (Other specified feeding or eating disorder)
- Sensory processing disorder
Modalities & Theoretical Lenses:
- Intuitive Eating
- Fat liberation
- Queer liberation
- Disability liberation
- Harm reduction/minimization
- Centering lived experience
- Trauma-sensitive/-responsive
- Neurodiversity-affirming approach
- Disability-affirming
- Kink- and sex-positive
- Justice-driven
- Size Inclusive and Fat-Positive
Age Groups Served:
- Adults (18 years old and up)
- Older Adults (65+ years old)
Additional Populations Served & Allied Groups:
- Queer
- Non-binary
- Deconstruction from fundamentalism
- Trans
Languages Services Offered In:
- English

My Philosophy of Care

My primary work is with disordered eating and eating disorders for those clients most marginalized by the fat, medical, and wellness industrial complexes, traditional eating disorder treatment model, and within the larger kyriarchy (oppressive and dominating) societal structure. Centering the most marginalized comes first in this practice. I have been referred by clients a "rebel" or a "weasel" because navigating access to the care my clients are looking for in creative ways is how I keep the Health at Every Size principles alive and breathing throughout my practice. Sometimes/often/usually I am the only inclusive provider that clients have access to when we first start working together. Expanding that network in any way that we can discover together is central to my practice. Tangible-, grabbable-level accessibility to care and support within and in all areas of care is important to me. Above all, the lived experience of my clients (even lived experience we may have in common) comes first. All clients are believed, held, and supported in this practice. Autonomy and agency are maintained and encouraged, especially that clients have the balance of power in their favor in sessions. Restorative/reparative and transformative justice approaches are used in any and all repair that is needed.

About Me & My Practice

I am a white, disabled, demisexual, cishetero female provider in a fat body. I have lived experience of fatness for the last 20 years. I also have lived experience of thinness and its privileges as a child and teenager. In 2021 at the age of 38, I was diagnosed with ADHD, as well as Type 2 diabetes. I have been in recovery from an eating disorder since 2017, including unlearning many parts of my own dietetics education and intuitive eating. I have been evolving this practice towards and including Health at Every Size (and beyond!) for the last 7 years (as of 2024). I have focused my unlearning opportunities from those with lived experience and with more professional experience than myself inside of inclusive and intersectional frameworks. I am still learning (and unlearning!). I don’t think I’ll ever stop learning. Staying humble, staying curious about what I have been wrong about, and looking forward towards healing and repair feel absolutely critical to doing this work. I maintain so many privileges, including being the clinical/healthcare professional. Harm reduction is a passion project for me - within my profession, and within and beyond larger systems in any way I can. Ultimately, considering how we can all make this world a safer place for those who identify as fat, queer, and disabled and those historically marginalized who should be centered, listened to, and supported is my goal. (Finally, I have a fur baby named Broccoli who brings me joy and lightness in balance!)

Accessibility Considerations

All sessions are virtual with captions available. Accommodations are made in an ongoing basis to continue to meet the needs for all clients.

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