Leah Frazee is a Registered Dietitian and Nutrition Therapist, working in private practice and also in collaboration with Bucks ESC, Eating Support Collaborative, in Newtown, Pennsylvania. Leah works with a variety of nutrition related issues. Her specialties and passions include eating disorders, disordered eating, PCOS and weight management. Leah also has a strong clinical background in diabetes, heart disease and other medical nutrition related issues.
She also enjoys working with a variety of people for overall wellness. Leah has a refreshing approach to motivating clients, whether it’s breaking away from the “dieting mentality” or needing to make changes to improve your health. Leah can help implement an intuitive eating approach that breaks away from traditional dieting in a nonjudgmental, compassionate environment. She personalizes every session to meet your specific needs and believes in sustainable changes that will last you a lifetime. Leah is passionate about helping you establish a healthier relationship with food and yourself. She believes it is not just “what” you eat, but the “how”, “when” and “why” that can get in the way of personal growth and health. Leah will help you work on modifying behaviors so you can achieve your goals and maintain success throughout your life.
Leah has completed her bachelor’s degree from Drexel University in Philadelphia and her dietetic internship with the Sodexo Corporation, which focused on both pediatric and adult populations. She currently sits on the board of her local chapter of International Association for Eating Disorder Professionals (IAEDP). Other professional affiliations include: National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA), Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND), The Greater Philadelphia Dietetic Association (PDA). She is active in her community raising awareness for eating disorders. Other experience includes working in an interdisciplinary outpatient practice in Yardley, Pennsylvania specializing in eating disorders and weight management with both adults and adolescents.