This is a really good question, since the word 'nutritionist' is not regulated, meaning that anyone can call themselves a nutritionist. I am a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, a designation I earned through doing a nutrition degree at the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition. This is a more technical, scientific and rigorous course than people who promote themselves as Health Coaches. This is not the same as a Registered Dietitian, which is a university program focused on the scientific side of nutrition. Holistic nutrition, similar to other holistic practices, focuses on the health of the whole person and interaction of diet, lifestyle and spirit. Holistic nutrition means "the interrelationship of mind, body and spirit; and the importance of addressing these interactive factors which are unique to each individual". You can read more about me here, my philosophy of healthy eating here and holistic nutrition here
If you've signed up for a phone call, I'll send you an email and we can coordinate a time to talk. I have some general times that are open for calls, but I can try to work in to your schedule if it's tricky.
I deliberately offer set time frames, and only up to 3 months at a time. I find it's best to take a little break at that point, and re-evaluate where you are and how you're progressing towards your goals. I don't like to be a crutch, my goal is to set you up to go live your own healthy and happy life. If you find you're ready to do that without my support, I'll be really excited for you.
Do you have a question that wasn't listed here? Send me an email and I'll get back to you.