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Our Providers

Carli Hill, RDN, CD

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I have been a registered dietitian nutritionist for over 15 years. Over and over again, I see the value and joy of taking a whole person approach to nutrition counseling. With hope and compassion I assist my clients to achieve their goals. 


I have worked in a variety of settings, seeing clients with many different types of nutrition needs. However, I began seeking out specialized training related to disordered eating, Health At Every Size, and Intuitive Eating when I saw a specific need in my community. I found that the principles in these models aligned with my philosophy of a whole person approach to nutrition. 


Shayla Kilgannon,

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I am a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) and functional medicine nutritionist with a credential in Integrative and Functional Nutrition (IFNCP) with a passion for making complex nutrition issues make sense. I practice from a Health at Every Size perspective and emphasize intuitive eating and mindfulness through my nutrition care process. I lead with compassion and understanding and focus on supporting a nourishing relationship with food, movement, and the body. 

I specialize in disordered eating, eating disorders, digestive disorders and gastrointestinal health, culinary nutrition, women’s health, and body image concerns. 


Dr. Lea McKinstry, ND

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I am a naturopathic physician who focuses on digestion and women's health. I approach medicine in an integrative and functional manner, using both natural and conventional treatments. I believe that optimal health begins with good foundations, including good food, clean water, fun movement, restful sleep and connecting with nature. I enjoy working with patients on their healing journeys, supporting, coaching, guiding, and counseling them to whole-body health and happiness. 

While studying at Bastyr University, a friend and dietitian introduced me to Health at Every Size® and Intuitive Eating.

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