equilibriyum

FAQS

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What can I expect?

A health stance rooted in realistic, and sustainable balance. Equilibriyum is the delicious state of balance, where one enjoys optimal health and is freed from unrealistic diet dogma. You will experience a direct, sophisticated and collaborative approach to achieving your health goals by overcoming roadblocks, and implementing the means of reaching your goals. I am passionate about results, and I will always give you the most sound guidance with no personal agenda other than to help you feel GREAT! 

May I use insurance, FSA, or my HSA?

I am an in-network provider with Regence, United Health Care, First Choice (Kaiser PPO), Premera and Cigna. For out-of-network services, you can often get partial or full reimbursement by submitting what is known as a Superbill and Receipt after our session(s). Be sure to call your insurance carrier for more details and an explanation of benefits. 

Please check with your insurance carrier and tax accountant on what is and is not advisable with FSA or HSA spending. That being said, I have had clients choose to pay using these savings accounts and submit for reimbursement.


Payment is due at the time of service. 24-hour cancellation policy.

Do you work with people with chronic health conditions?

Yes, I can provide nutrition support for most conditions as long as you are under the consistent care and monitoring of a medical doctor. In the cases of very complex conditions - I am happy to provide a great referral. 

What about pregnant women?

YES! I am happy to offer wellness counseling to women who are routinely seeing their OB or midwife. Preconception, pregnant, and postpartum mamas are all welcome.

Do you offer remote sessions?

Yes! I utilize Zoom video for digital face-to-face meetings as desired. It is free and easy to use from your desktop or mobile phone. I just ask that you minimize distractions, and settle in to our great conversation. 

What is your favorite meal of all time?

Oh, so hard to choose! I LOVE Mediterranean food like lamb shawarma (such a fun word), greek salad and plenty of hummus and olives.