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Marci Evans, MS, RDN, CEDS-S


Registered Dietitian

Marci RD Nutrition Consulting
United States

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Takes Insurance
Sliding Scale Available
In-Network Insurance Companies:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare
Specialties & Areas of Focus:
- Eating Disorders
- Digestive Health
- Body Image
Modalities & Theoretical Lenses:
- Internal Family Systems
- Trauma Informed Care
- Anti-Oppressive Practice
- Intersectional Feminism
- Weight Inclusive
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:
- Providers in the field of eating disorders
Languages Services Offered In:
- English

My Philosophy of Care

Autonomy, flexibility, valuing lived experience, and evolution speak to the some of the core values I bring to my clinical work with my clients. I believe so ardently in the inherent wisdom of my clients. I see my role as someone who walks alongside my clients to help them unload the shit that has been dumped on them via toxic people, systems, and culture so they can find their own path towards healing. It is my job to respect my client’s autonomy, listen deeply to their wisdom and personal goals, and think outside the box to co-create a relationship that supports movement towards those goals. I rarely use the language of health in my work but am drawn to the language of healing. I think of health in the most flexible and expansive way I know how – as deeply personal, guaranteed to no one, having little to do with personal choice or behavior, nor a place we land or a thing we achieve. I am a HAES® provider because I believe it is the only ethical and humane way to practice. It means seeing my clients as more than a body, and appreciating that health is only minimally related to individual health behaviors and has much more to do with social location, identity, and access. My work includes counseling, advocacy, education, addressing the trauma of anti-fat bias, offering resources. I love my work in supporting folks toward fat liberation. I cannot imagine doing anything different with my career.

About Me & My Practice

I was introduced to the principles of Health at Every Size® from the very start of my career back in 2005. The framework affirmed important aspects of my own lived experience and seemed like the only sane way for me to carry out my career as a nutrition professional. It is also why most of my career has been spent as a self-employed entrepreneur where I have the autonomy to fully practice in alignment with my values. I have evolved tremendously over the nearly 20 years as a weight inclusive provider. What began as non-weight focused nutrition counseling has deepened into an understanding and active participation in social justice and activism. I have had extensive training in trauma-informed care, Internal Family Systems (IFS), Relational Cultural Theory (RCT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), anti-oppressive practice frameworks and am committed to unlearning my own internalized white supremacy. I see my learning as ongoing and never finished. I currently own a group nutrition counseling practice based in Cambridge, MA and online. We specialize in the treatment of eating disorders. Additionally, I have an online training platform to train clinicians in the art and science of eating disorders counseling and body image work. In 2016 I joined the Simmons University nutrition department to co-develop a specialized eating disorder internship and teach graduate level courses rooted in HAES® principles. You can learn more about me and my work at:

Accessibility Considerations

My group practice is small and my entire staff from administration to other dietitians are trained in fat positive and HAES principles. All work is overseen by me. We do not utilize medical equipment but we do provide seating with a 500 lb capacity with options for virtual counseling for those who need/prefer it. Our building does not have wheelchair accessibility. Our paperwork is consistently reviewed and updated for inclusive language, respectful of all sizes, genders, sexual orientation, races, religious affiliations, and abilities. We are open to any and all feedback. We do not allow any material in our physical space that promotes anti-fat bias.

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