The broadway Dietitian


The Broadway Dietitian®


Individual and Group

 Consulting (formerly “supervision”) for Registered Dietitians wanting to work with eating disorders. 

Eating disorder work is not something we learn much about in school – much less become competent in – without lots of additional experience, education, and supervision by experienced professionals.

I totally get it! As a RD who completed undergrad in 2011 when the “o*esity epidemic” was being taught, we were not equipped to work with fragile eating disorder (ED) clients. After many years of client counseling, supervision/mentorship by rockstar EDRDs, continuing education, jobs, and a master’s degree with an ED track, I finally feel competent and I LOVE teaching the next generation of ED providers!

My experience “supervising” others includes several private supervisees, former RD employees of my group practice, many dietetic interns, and a job as the RD supervisor for a group practice of ED RDs.

If you are looking to get your CEDS certification from iaedp, or just want to learn to be a better eating disorder provider, I would love to work with you!

Contact me about 1:1/dyad (2 providers), or group consultation for eating disorder work. Consultation includes case consulting, education on specifics of the client’s needs as well as useful counseling skills.

I also provide consultation/training/education for other healthcare providers, it just cannot count towards iaedp certification. Please contact me if you are interested in how I can work with you or your team 🙂


2024 Upcoming FREE iaedp approved group consulting sessions:

– summer dates TBD



Current CEDS requirements for certification (click for checklist, as of 4/30/24)

*A minimum of 24 hours of consultation (individual and group), a minimum of 12 coming from individual consultation sessions/hours, from an “approved iaedp consultant.”


To become a CEDS, I applied under the final “equivelancy” route, which required proving over 10,000 hours of ED work experience (client sessions, case consulting, and charting), academic affiliation, publication, passing the certification exam, letters of reference from other ED providers in 3 disciplines, and much more. It took me 8 years to achieve this certification, and I do feel very competent because of this process.

“I have the privilege of working under the guidance of Libby. She’s is the epitome of an excellent leader, mentor, and advocate for RD’s everywhere. Her unwavering support has helped me continuously learn and grow in the field of dietetics and eating disorders. She sees potential in every RD and pushes them to reach new heights in their careers. Whether its’ through providing constructive feedback, offering guidance, or simply being a supportive presence, Libby consistently goes above and beyond to help me succeed. Libbys work ethic is truly inspiring and motivates me to strive for excellence. Above all, Libby genuinely cares about the well being and professional development of everyone at this company and it doesn’t go unnoticed. Her mentorship extends beyond just professional development; she also prioritizes the personal growth and fulfillment of all the RD’s, creating a nurturing and enriching environment. I am so grateful for the opportunity to learn and grow under he guidance, and I highly recommended Libby to anyone seeking supportive and inspiring leadership.”

-Talah Baba - RD Eligible

Libby is one of my first and closest professional mentors. She was a private practice preceptor for the Cal Poly, SLO Dietetic Internship when I was an intern. When I was studying for my RD exam, I reached out to her hoping to gain some experience in the field of eating disorders. Libby was able to provide me with knowledge and guidance on a topic that is not an easy one to teach. Her experience in serving the eating disorder community over the years was evident as she helped me find my footing. After I passed my board exam, Libby hired me to join her team of dietitians. I was ecstatic that I would be able to continue to learn and grow with her as my mentor. Helping clients with eating disorder recovery is simultaneously one of the most difficult and rewarding jobs I have ever done, but Libby always made it feel a little less overwhelming on the tough days and celebrated with me on the “big win” days. I will always be grateful to Libby for equipping me with the knowledge and skills I have in this specialty. It has helped me to be a better dietitian both for my patients and for my colleagues. The community that Libby serves is an important one and I’m confident that both her clients and her mentees are in good hands.

-Jessica Flaherty, RD

“I was so thankful to have been able to do supervision with Libby.  I had a challenging client and needed a lot of guidance and support with the next steps for counseling.  Libby was so easy to talk to and helped me with a clear plan.  I have been counseling eating disorders for 3 years and this guidance from Libby’s experience was wonderful.  I now understand some key skills needed as an outpatient ED RD.  It was incredibly valuable to have had a session with her and I am forever grateful.”

-Lauren Dorman, MS, RD, CDE

“Libby has been a great supervisor for me since I started working with her this year. She is a wonderful mentor and it has been so helpful to hear her thoughts, advice, and wisdom. It is clear that she is passionate about her work, which is motivating and inspiring. Libby’s support has significantly helped me grow in the field of dietetics and treating eating disorders. Libby deeply cares about the people she works with outside of just professional development. I am thankful to be able to work and grow under her guidance! I would highly recommend working with Libby if you are looking for support in becoming a stronger dietitian.”

- Jane Hass, RD

“Libby is a phenomenal dietitian and an excellent supervisor and boss in so various ways! I had the privilege to work for her and she always made herself available to help me in whatever way she could. I would often call and want to “staff” a client with her, a meeting where I would discuss a particular case that I was struggling with and ask for guidance. Libby was exceptional at offering expert advice, in helping me to think critically or providing questions to ask in my nutrition counseling sessions, and ensuring I felt comfortable with the plan we created to move forward.

Libby herself is a wealth of knowledge. She is so very well versed in the treatment of eating disorders and also has excellent resources she would often encourage me to utilize. Libby equipped me in my career and helped me at every turn. I often wondered what I would do if I couldn’t call her to ask what she would do in any particular situation. She was a very essential, if not vital, part of my success as an eating disorder dietitian.”

- Briauna Pate, RD, LD

I am a fellow Registered Dietitian working at Bamboo Nutrition where Libby serves as a phenomenal resource and supervisor. I am so thankful to have someone like Libby on our team, she has a plethora of knowledge and is so warm and welcoming. She always guides in the right direction when it comes to client treatment and always has a book, podcast, or literature resource to offer/ further assist me. She is deeply committed to helping her fellow colleagues and clients. If you are in need of supervision, nutrition counseling or are seeking a consultant to find the right treatment center – she is it. Trust me.”

- Courtney James, RD