Services FAQs
Session FAQs
Fees FAQs

Services FAQs
Do you offer counseling / therapy in my area?

For therapy, clients must reside in Texas since all of our therapists are licensed in Texas only. We are mostly telehealth at this time, but do offer in-person appointments at our offices. Our Southlake office is convenient for people in the Colleyville, Grapevine, Flower Mound, Lewisville, Hurst, North Richland Hills, and HEB areas. Our McKinney office is convenient for people in Frisco, Allen, Plano, and Prosper areas.

Do you offer dietitian nutritionist therapy in my area?

For dietitian nutritionist services related to clinical eating disorder or medical conditions, clients must reside in Texas since our Registered Dietitians are licensed in Texas only for medical nutrition therapy. Nutritional coaching is available to clients anywhere.

Do you offer anti-diet coaching in my area?

We offer coaching services to anyone residing in the U.S. or internationally.

What ages do you work with?

We specialize in treating adults and adolescents age 13+. Occasionally, we will accept clients who are younger if we feel he/she is a good fit for one of our therapists or dietitians.

What other issues do you treat besides eating disorders?

Eating disorders are always accompanied by other mental health challenges, so know that we don’t focus only on food or body image. Our relationship with food and our bodies doesn’t develop in a vacuum, but are highly impacted by many things. Other issues we commonly treat in therapy alongside disordered eating include:

anxiety and depression
obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
substance (drug and alcohol) use
bipolar disorder
borderline personality disorder
suicidal thoughts

Issues that are often treated alongside eating disorders in dietitian nutrition therapy include:

Sports nutrition for athletes
Vitamin and mineral deficiencies
Reduced bone mineral density
Digestive problems
Stomach pain and bloating
Blood sugar fluctuations
Autoimmune conditions
Type 1 and 2 diabetes
High cholesterol
High blood pressure

Session FAQs
Do you see clients in your office or online?

Both in-person and telehealth appointments are offered for therapy as well as dietitian nutritionist therapy. In-person appointments are in Southlake and McKinney and depend on availability.

How do online appointments work?

Live video sessions allow you to talk with your therapist, dietitian or coach in a virtual face-to-face setting (similar to Skype). We use a HIPAA-compliant platform to ensure confidentiality. The system will send you a unique link for each appointment ahead of time. At the time of our scheduled session, you will use the link to log into our system online or on the app. Your provider will initiate the virtual session and you’ll get started—it’s easy and 100% secure.

What is the difference between eating disorder therapy and coaching—which is right for me?

We respect that clinical eating disorders are complex and medically dangerous mental illnesses, and as such, coaching is meant to supplement treatment you’re already getting from a therapist or dietitian, not take the place of it. Also, counseling is the more appropriate option for anyone who is dealing with other serious mental health issues like depression or anxiety, suicidal thoughts, or unresolved trauma.

We typically require coaching clients to be working with a therapist or dietitian; however, coaching might be an appropriate stand-alone service for someone with subclinical disordered eating, body image issues, or who is further along in their recovery. If you are in need of a therapist and/or dietitian and reside in Texas, you can see one of our team members.

Click here to read more about the differences between counseling and coaching.

How long will I need counseling or coaching?

This varies depending on the issues you are struggling with and your goals. It also depends on how much work you are willing to put into the process in between sessions.

How do I schedule a session?

To schedule a therapy or dietitian nutrition session, you can book an appointment online, email us at hello@foodfreedomtherapy.com, or call 817-415-2155. You can book a free 15-min discovery call for coaching here.

Fees FAQs
Do you take insurance?

Some of our therapy providers are currently in network with most Blue Cross Blue Shield, United / UMR, Aetna, and Cigna plans. One of our dietitians is in network with Blue Cross Blue Shield. PLEASE NOTE THAT MOST OF OUR STAFF WHO TAKE INSURANCE ARE OFTEN FULL. We encourage clients to consider seeing our providers who are not on insurance but offer sliding scale fees if needed.

For out-of-network providers, we can provide a superbill that you can submit for out-of-network reimbursement if you plan offers that.

If you have insurance that you would like to use, please call and verify that mental health benefits benefits are included on your plan and that we are in network with your plan.

What are your fees for therapy / counseling?

Below are the rates for our individual therapists.

Cherie Miller, MS, LPC
Initial Assessment Session – $175
Therapy Sessions – $150

Tierra Yonker, MS, LMSW*
Initial Assessment Session – $150
Therapy Sessions – $135

Amy Scott, M.Ed., LPC-Associate*
Initial Assessment Session – $125
Therapy Sessions – $100

Alessandra Capasso, MS, LPC-Associate*
Initial Assessment Session – $125
Therapy Sessions – $100

*Tierra, Amy, and Alessandra reserve some sliding scale spots for clients in need of discounted services, so please contact us about that if needed.

What are your fees for dietitian nutrition therapy?

Initial Assessment & Diagnostic Session – $165
Follow Up Dietitian Sessions – $135

What are your fees for eating disorder coaching?

The cost of each session is $75 and coaching is typically not reimbursed by insurance.