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Fax : 1 (833) 857-1951

Tel : 512-731-2015

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Alisa is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian.  She received a Bachelor’s degree in nutrition from the University of Texas at Austin and completed her dietetic internship at Texas State University.

Alisa worked as a recipe writer and freelance nutrition writer and consultant for Nickelodeon’s Parent’s Connect until she went into private practice in 2009.

She believes in a non-diet approach to nutrition counseling and keeps a healthy relationship with food at the center of everything she does. Alisa enjoys walking her clients through a variety of nutrition-related health conditions in addition to providing counseling for weight loss and eating disorder recover.  Alisa is passionate about walking alongside parents as they navigate the tricky path of feeding their families and has experience both personally and professionally in caring for the unique feeding needs of foster and adopted children.

We offer both online telehealth nutrition therapy as well as in person appointments in our office.  Our office is located in Manchaca, TX between South Austin and Buda.  Alisa is also available for group speaking and offers a variety of nutrition classes.  

We accept most major insurances, so it's possible that your visit will be fully covered. 


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“ I have tried every diet imaginable through the years.  Nothing worked.  I would lose a few pounds and I just couldn’t stick to any diet. The diet failed and I felt like a failure over and over and over. My life was a repeat movie for 20 plus years!  Upon meeting Alisa this past year I knew my life was going to change…She immediately made me feel that there was help.  She told me, ‘From here on out, for the rest of your life, you are going to learn how not to diet. We are going to do this together.’ I believed her, and together we did it! … when you’ve tried everything to beat something on your own and nothing has worked that’s when you can’t be afraid to ask for help.”