I’m moving my office

On August 1, my office is moving to

4929 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 1000!

(Only one mile east of my old office)

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Since eating disorders are best addressed by a multidisciplinary approach, I am excited to be able to offer expanded services at this new and larger space.  I am pleased to announce my affiliation with Katherine Grubiak, RD, who will be working in my suite part-time.  Ms. Grubiak brings a wealth of experience with eating disorders in both adolescents and adults, and her approach is consistent with the latest evidence-based treatments.

Katherine Grubiak, RD/Biography

Katherine Grubiak is a Registered Dietitian with a focus on blending Western & Eastern philosophies regarding nutritional healing.  She graduated from the University of Texas at Austin and first pursued a career in public health surrounding herself with different cultures and a mission to honor all those seeking healthcare nutritional support.

Ms. Grubiak began her Nutrition career working in Maternal Child Health Nutrition with a focus on Gestational Diabetes Management & breastfeeding support as a Certified Lactation Educator (CLE).  She later became a dietitian for the UCLA Arthur Ashe Student Health & Wellness Center seeing students with various medical issues.  In this position, she worked closely with the UCLA Counseling and Psychological Services Center to provide treatment for college students with eating disorders and was involved with the Health Center’s Weight Management and Diabetic Programs.

This experience led Ms. Grubiak to pursue her next position as full time Registered Dietitian and Director of Clinical Services for California Center for Healthy Living, an innovative and comprehensive center promoting healthy relationships with food, fitness, and body image for children, teens, and adults of all ages. The focus here was on prevention and treatment of eating disorders and family involved therapy.  She enjoys working within a multi-disciplinary team believing that holistic care means having all areas of health supported.

Ms. Grubiak also has a professional dance background and taught for the non-profit dance school Everybody Dance in Los Angeles.  She utilized nutrition and alternative medicine including yoga to heal herself from dance injuries and spread the word to her students.

Ms. Grubiak’s belief is that a practitioner needs knowledge, compassion, patience, and creativity to inspire change.  The practitioner must honor the individuality and goals of each person who enters her care. There should be no limitations on their journey or their healing.  She has experience working with clients of all ages and across the spectrum of weight and wellness.  Stop-bacteria.com is available to work with adults, adolescents, families, and parents.

She can be reached at 213-249-2110.