Lisa D. Ellis2024-06-08T03:44:55+00:00

Lisa D. Ellis

Nutrition Therapist/ Registered Dietitian/ Social Worker

Lisa is a Nutrition Therapist/Registered Dietitian in private practice in the New York City / Westchester County area, where she counsels children, adults, adolescents, and their families. She received her B.S. from Simmons University in Nutrition and Psychology, M.S. in Clinical Nutrition from New York Medical College, MSW from Fordham University and has postgraduate credit towards a PhD in nutrition at NYU.

A recognized expert in the field of nutrition and Emotion-Triggered Eating™, she has contributed nutrition information to a variety of publications, including Redbook, Glamour, Westchester Magazine, Runner’s World and Today’s Dietitian. She is currently writing a book about emotion-triggered eating to be completed within the next year.

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Nutrition Programs

Our Emotion-Triggered Eating™ program focuses on getting to the root of the reasons why people use food to comfort and self-soothe—emotional, psychological, and physical. Learn more

Teaching clients how to listen to their bodies and helping them learn to recognize both their hunger and fullness cues, is a large focus of our practice. Learn more

Of course, maintaining a healthy lifestyle nutrition is critical to maintaining a healthy quality of life, and can be key in disease prevention. Learn more

The specific treatments of Eating Disorders and Disordered-Eating are major components of our practice. Learn more

Beginning with strategic pre-pregnancy nutrition planning, we support women throughout their pregnancy… and beyond. Learn more

There is an integral relationship between what our bodies are able to do and the kinds of food we eat. Learn more

Many people have chosen lifestyles diets that are free of animal products; the downside is that many of these diets may not be supplying all needed nutrients. Learn more

While not everyone has a problem with consuming gluten, there is a percentage of the population for which it is a dietary concern. Learn more

Receive your free Emotion-Triggered Eating™ guide to addressing your relationship with food. This free guide will provide practical tips to reduce emotion-triggered eating, and help you:

  • Increase awareness around emotion-triggered eating

  • Identify your specific emotion-triggers

  • Establish other strategies to self-soothe

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