Hey, I’m Molly Warner – APD, CEDC, Certified Intuitive Eating Counsellor, MNutrDietPrac, BBiotechMedRes
I have been a nutritionist and Accredited Practising Dietitian since 2017. I love working with people to improve their symptoms, eating patterns and relationship with food.
Over the years I have worked with groups and thousands of individuals across a variety of settings, including hospitals, mental health facilities, residential aged care facilities, community care and private practice. I have a strong research background and I appreciate that research is the backbone of dietetic practice. You can see my publications here, if you like.
From years of looking at the research, listening to clients and learning from my own experience, I was led to discover the downsides of the ‘dieting mentality’ and the benefits of the Intuitive Eating principles.
I am now a Certified Intuitive Eating Counsellor and Credentialed Eating Disorder Clinician, and I use Motivational Interviewing (informed by CBT, ACT, & DBT therapies) to guide people to improve their relationship with food so they can nourish their physical, mental and social wellbeing
I have a very special interest in the digestive system and the gut microbiome. It fascinates me that we have more bacterial cells in the gut than we have human cells in our body! I am a Monash University-trained FODMAP Dietitian and a Microba-trained gut microbiome practitioner. I am a member of DECCAN (Dietitian Crohn’s Colitis Australian Network) and the network of dietitians treating disorders of the gut-brain interaction. I also live with Coeliac Disease and food intolerances.
One of my favourite things about my role as a Gut Health Dietitian is to support people to understand how their bodies work and how their food choices can positively affect their symptoms and functioning. With more knowledge and understanding I see my clients feel more confident to make food choices that better align with their values and symptoms.
Outside of the clinic, I love camping, hiking, biking and spending time in the ocean whenever I can.