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Health at Every Size® Healthcare Provider Listing

Kate Callahan MS, RDN, LD


Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

Nutrition DeJunked
United States

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Takes Insurance
Sliding Scale Available
In-Network Insurance Companies:
- Blue Cross of Idaho
- Humana
- Cigna
- PacificSource
- Regence
- St. Luke's Health Partners
- Mountain Health Co-Op
- SelectHealth
- Medicare
- UnitedHealthcare
Specialties & Areas of Focus:
- Anorexia Nervosa
- Bulimia Nervosa
- Binge Eating Disorder
- Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID)
- Other Specified Feeding Or Eating Disorder (OSFED)
- Eating Disorder and Diabetes Mellitus Type 1
- Hypothalamic amenorrhea
- Disordered eating
- Chronic dieting
- Body image healing
- Child feeding concerns
- Type 2 Diabetes
- Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
- Gastrointestinal conditions
Modalities & Theoretical Lenses:
- Determinants of Health
- Harm Reduction
- Fat liberation
- Intersectional feminism
- Health at Every Size®
Age Groups Served:
- Children (birth through 12 years)
- Teens (13-18 years old)
- Adults (18 years old and up)
- Older Adults (65+ years old)
Additional Populations Served & Allied Groups:
- Neurodivergent folks
- BIPOC folks
- Perfectionists/people pleasers
- Highly sensitive person (HSP)
Languages Services Offered In:
- English

My Philosophy of Care

I believe that true well-being is rooted in body liberation and acknowledge how systems of oppression impact relationships with food and body. My approach to health is inspired by the Determinants of Health. I recognize that our environment, medical care, social circumstances, genetics, and biology play a much larger role in our health than individual behavior. When discussing health, it is essential to consider access to equitable and quality healthcare. It is also important to consider access to adequate, safe-to-eat, and satisfying food. It is also essential to consider if someone’s home environment is safe and their level of support/community. I believe that it is vital to look at health and well-being through an intersectional lens. I also believe that health is not linked to morality, and someone may not want to or not have the capacity to focus on their health. In my work with clients, we reflect on and center their individual goals. If someone wants to focus on their health, we will discuss what health means to them and then work together to find sustainable, accessible strategies for them that aren’t rooted in restriction and obsession.

Being a Health at Every Size® Provider means that I will continue to work to dismantle the weight-centric, stigmatizing, and shaming aspect of our current healthcare model. I am committed to shaping a more inclusive world that values, celebrates, and cares for bodies of diverse shapes, sizes, races, abilities, and identities.

About Me & My Practice

I love drinking a cup of coffee and a delicious snack while watching my favorite tv shows, cuddling up with my furbabies and a good book, attempting to bake, and adventuring in nature.

I am passionate about supporting people in finding more ease, understanding, and trust around food and their bodies. I aim to offer compassionate and non-judgmental support as people navigate their relationships with themselves, food, and their bodies.

I have been practicing from a Health at Every Size® informed lens since 2016. I am committed to practice from a Health at Every Size® framework because all humans deserve respect, accommodations, care, and support. Health at Every Size® Care is important to me because I have seen the damaging effects of weight-focused care. It is vital to be weight-inclusive and fat-positive after seeing humans being refused things they deserve like medical treatment, quality-of-life surgeries, life-saving surgeries, gender-affirming surgeries, referrals to physical therapy, IVF treatments, approved by adoption agencies, comfortable seating, and clothes they feel good in. Therefore, through my work with clients, I aim to support them in finding ways for body care and kindness that feel accessible for them, advocating for weight-inclusive practices with other medical providers, and continuing to do my own work in recognizing and challenging the ways in which privilege shows up in my practice, as well as the larger fields of nutrition, and healthcare.

Accessibility Considerations

The seating in our office is intended to offer a variety of accessible seating options. We have couches at varying heights, couches and wide chairs with armrests, chairs without armrests, and medium-soft to hard cushions. All furniture has a least a 650 lb. weight capacity. Our office is wheelchair accessible. We do not do weigh-ins or calculate BMI. We have gender-neutral bathrooms. Prior to the first appointment, we ask clients if there is anything we can do to accommodate their needs, such as no strong fragrances in the office before the session.

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