Kaitlyn Pscodna

Kaitlyn earned her BS in Dietetics from Michigan State University and completed her dietetic internship at the University of Minnesota – The Emily Program (eating disorder emphasis). While at Michigan State, Kaitlyn was highly involved in athletics, working as an administrative assistant for the athletic department and as a sport nutrition intern under the Director of Performance Nutrition. After college, she worked with the University of Minnesota football team, assisting with the day-to-day nutrition tasks, before later joining as a volunteer sports dietitian for athletes experiencing an eating disorder/RED-S. Kaitlyn also has experience working as a dietitian in an eating disorder intensive residential/residential unit, treating patients of all ages and identities.  While there, she completed formal FBT (family based therapy) training and utilizes this in the work she does each day.

Kaitlyn is currently working on her Master of Social Work at the University of Michigan, deepening her awareness of things like privilege and oppression, while also strengthening her listening and counseling skills. Kaitlyn is particularly interested in sports psychology and the growing mental health concerns within collegiate athletics.

In her free time, Kaitlyn enjoys reading, going on a walk with a good podcast and watching college football.

Kaitlyn believes in a client or patient centered approach, meeting her patient/client’s where they are at, while also providing a light sense of humor!  Her passion lies in debunking diet culture and helping those with an eating disorder make peace with food, exercise and their body.

Main Location

Minneapolis, MN, USA

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