Led by Bonnie, a Registered Dietitian and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, and her dietitian team — created to give you a brave, confidential, and judgment-free space so you can officially become a Diet Culture Rebel® alongside like-minded people who understand.
You know how many calories are in the foods you eat. You know all the diet rules, point systems, macros, and "hacks" like drinking water when you're actually hungry (p.s., don't do this!).
All of the nutrition "information" and "advice" has only made you more guilt-ridden, obsessed, and out of control with food in the long-run.
What you need is to heal your relationship with food by finally breaking the cycle of dieting that’s been controlling and consuming your life for all these years.
The Diet Culture Rebel® group coaching program is exactly how you’ll do it. Using my proven framework that has helped hundreds of clients, my team and I help you pursue health without dieting, enjoy food again, and create a lifelong, healthy and sustainable relationship with food.
The best part? You get to do it in a brave, confidential, and judgement-free space.
If you're like the clients I work with, you probably don't want to see future you still struggling with food exactly as you are today. Or worse: 80 years old and still struggling with food and your body.
It's normal to feel scared anytime you make a change (even if it's a change for the better like healing your relationship with food), but I believe it's scarier to not make a change and spend the rest of your life struggling with food.
The tools, framework, live sessions, and expert knowledge my team and I provide in the Diet Culture Rebel® Group Coaching program were thoughtfully curated to help you develop a long-term, healthy and sustainable relationship with food.
In just 12 weeks, you’ll make major moves in your journey to heal your relationship with food. And best part? Healing your relationship with food is the gift that keeps on giving. It gets easier overtime, and group coaching gives you tools and practices that you can use for life.
In short, you’ll finally feel free, empowered and happy around food.
“My relationship with food has FINALLY healed after so many years of being disordered. I threw away my scale, eat foods that nourish my body, and have had a true 180 in my body image.”
“I’ve successfully healed my relationship with food; I’m able to follow principles of intuitive eating and not get sucked into all the other stuff.”
“I am so grateful to Bonnie for helping me find freedom from the preconceived (diet culture) ideas I was harboring. I could have never imagined life on the other side but it’s liberating. I went through the holidays without stress for the first time I can remember. I have several vacations planned for this upcoming year, and I’m not afraid of how much I’ll derail — I trust myself and I trust food.”
“Before working with Bonnie, I obsessed over food! I tried every diet out there and never felt more comfortable or happy with myself. I'm now able to tune into my body and have all foods around without feeling the need to binge or restrict myself. I now have the tools to do better for myself and my kids.”
“Working with Bonnie revolutionized how I feel about EVERYTHING in my life. I didn’t expect making peace with food and my body would play a role in so many other areas of my life and I’m so glad I made this investment. I’m happier, a better communicator. and a better advocate for myself.”
My LIVE 12-week program where you break free from diet culture, become an intuitive eater, and finally make peace with food.
In DCR Group Coaching, you’ll transform your relationship with food by rebuilding trust with your body, making peace with food, and learning to eat in a way that supports your physical, mental and emotional well-being.
We kick off our group coaching by gaining an understanding of our mindset around food and dieting. You’ll adopt a growth mindset and work toward prioritizing important self-care that will support you throughout the program and beyond.
The harmful effects of dieting are taking up space in both expected and unsuspecting areas of your life. You’ll reflect on your lived experience with dieting and food struggles, identify your triggers, and put pen to paper about what isn’t serving you so you can leave it behind.
In this module, we dive into the science of hunger, and how proteins, carbs, and fats affect your body and brain. You’ll learn just how important honoring hunger is as you heal your relationship with food.
Following your newfound understanding of hunger, it’s time to discover the intricacies of your relationship to feeling full. You’ll get in touch with how different foods make you feel and practice honoring your fullness cues.
It’s time to tackle that voice in your head that comments and judges what you eat and how you look. This negativity was likely created from a variety of experiences, but we work to quiet the voice in this module. We lead you in practicing cognitive flexibility to help challenge those unhelpful thoughts.
Instead of jumping to limiting and inaccurate conclusions, we learn the ways in which systematic habituation affects the way we feel about food and our overall food habits. These learnings are key to discussing as a group and you’ll realize you’re not alone and that making peace with food is possible!
Remember what it’s like to actually enjoy food? That’s what you’ll nudge toward in this module. We’ll explore simple changes in your mindset and within your eating environment to reinstate delightful satisfaction.
We all know what it’s like to push far beyond our fullness ques after a long, hard day, but emotional eating can become much more serious when it leads to regular binging. Here, you’ll practice new coping tools and learn how to release shame and guilt when emotional eating does occur.
Most people who struggle with chronic dieting or disordered eating hold a negative body image. Here, we work on implementing our personal values into the way we treat and think about our bodies. Every day won’t be perfect, but values-work will help you move towards body neutrality and acceptance.
In this module, we learn mindful movement principles and dive deeper into your relationship to movement using journaling prompts. Through reflection and practice, we help you think about movement as an expression of joy, rather than a tool for weight loss.
Here, we explore how adding foods you enjoy back into your life can replace harmful restricting routines. You’ll learn and practice body-food congruence (AKA eating foods that make you feel good) while considering your overall health and nutrition.
No, we’re not talking about meal prep as a method of ‘staying on track.’ Instead, we share helpful suggestions and tips so you can meal prep as an intuitive eater — doing so to take care of yourself and make eating foods you enjoy simple and accessible.
We don’t practice intuitive eating to lose weight, and we can’t tell you if you will lose, gain, or maintain your current weight in our program. Our focus is adapting health-promoting habits, leaving behind diet culture, and cultivating a joyful life.
We can promise that after 12 weeks, you’ll have all the tools, strategies, and support you need to become an intuitive eater and make peace with food. With group coaching, you get out of it what you put into it. If you show up each week with an open heart — ready to learn, grow, and put in the work — we believe it will be more than worth your while.
12 live, 60-minute sessions with the Diet Culture Rebel team
A tailor-made workbook to guide you through the program
Two exclusive guest expert sessions
A close-knit, supportive community of rebels that you can lean on
Flexible session times each week (choose from afternoon or evening!)
Weekly check-ins to reflect and celebrate
Journaling prompts to help you dig deeper and inspire breakthroughs
70+ page workbook
meet the team
About a decade ago, I was exactly where you are. After years of food and body struggles, I finally hit ‘diet bottom.’
It wasn’t a perfect journey, but through my dedication to healing and professional support, I became an intuitive eater and healed my relationship with food.
Enter Diet Culture Rebel® — the company I created to use my experience as a Registered Dietitian and Intuitive Eating Coach to help people heal their relationship with food, too!
I’m continually blown away by the transformations that take place in this group coaching program — Rebels coming together and breaking free from diet culture for good. And doing it together? Well, that makes it even more meaningful and rewarding.
After years of struggling with disordered eating habits and the influence of generational dieting, I became a mom and knew something had to change. I healed my relationship with food because I couldn't fathom passing along toxic diet culture ideas and practices to my children — and it was the best decision I ever made.
I only wish I had a group program like this when I started my journey. The power of community support cannot be understated and is an incredible asset to long-term healing.
I’m beyond excited to share both my expertise as a registered dietitian and my lived experience to help Rebels like you make peace with food and transform your quality of life!
Hear from DCR group coaching alumni about their food & body struggles, experience in the program, and ultimate transformation.
Giving yourself unconditional permission to eat
Eating mostly for physical rather than emotional reasons
Listening to your body cues
Honoring how food feels in your body
We do an intuitive eating assessment at the beginning and end of the program to chart the progress made throughout our time together. You’ll be so proud of your growth in certain areas and you’ll gain insight into which areas need more
time & attention moving forward.
“I can confidently say that my relationship with food and my body is drastically improved. I can listen to my body cues and do what makes me feel good. No longer restricting foods means I no longer have the desire to binge, and I find myself using food as a coping mechanism less and less. Everything Bonnie taught me makes so much sense and I cannot stress enough how great it feels to have the knowledge about diet culture that I do now.”
“I truly see both the value of intuitive eating and the detrimental effects of diet culture. I can now approach any future illness-related dietary guidelines with the confidence that no food is off-limits, I’m aware of how food makes me feel, and thinness does not equal health. Freedom, to me, tastes like chocolate donut holes and nutrient-dense breakfasts — knowing that they can coexist, guilt-free, in a body that I now respect.”
“I didn't even realize how bad my relationship with food was when I started working with Bonnie. I hid food in the basement to try not to think about it, but I was constantly thinking about the next food I was going to have. Now, I'm able to keep whatever food I want in the house without worrying that I will binge. I also don't think about food nearly as much, which gives me time to think about all the other things I want to do with my life. I didn't know what to expect when I started, but now I just wish I had known about intuitive eating sooner. ”
“I used to binge eat in secret and had an unhealthy relationship with food. I was also constantly critical of my body and compared myself to others. Since working with Bonnie, I have learned to love myself more. I no longer am anxious about eating In front of others or grocery shopping. I kicked food labels to the curb. I no longer binge in secret and I am able to listen to my body and honor my hunger & fullness cues.”
You’re ready to pursue health without diets
You’re on a mission to enjoy food in the one life you’ve been given
You’re ready to invest in learning the foundations of intuitive eating in an educational, supportive, and thorough way
You want to heal your relationship with food and your body alongside a safe and judgment-free community
You’re more focused on fast, ‘results’ than long-term healing
You aren’t open to how your body may change while practicing intuitive eating
You aren’t ready to deeply reflect on your food struggles
You don’t want a team or community to support the process of healing your relationship with food