Marci Evans is an iaedp™ Certified Eating Disorders Registered Dietitian and Approved Supervisor (CEDRD-S). She is eager to support you in developing your own eating disorders expertise.

Marci began supervising dietitians in the field of eating disorders when she hired her first employee in 2011. Since then it has grown into a professional passion. Through the management of her group practice, educating students and clinicians in her academic positions, and coaching individual dietitians Marci loves seeing her peers develop into stronger and more confident practitioners.

If you are interested in or working towards to your CEDRD credential, Marci is an iaedp Approved Supervisor and is eager to work with you on your journey towards certification.

Marci provides 50 minute clinical supervision sessions virtually via video conferencing as well as in person in her office in Harvard Square. She offers individual clinical supervision as well as group supervision options.

Currently her supervision groups are full. However, if you would like to be added to a waitlist, have questions about pricing, or need more information about supervision please send a request on our contact page. She looks forward to connecting with you!

You may be wondering ...

While not common practice for registered dietitian nutritionists, Clinical Supervision it is the gold standard for counselors and therapists. Marci’s personal goal is for clinical supervision to become common practice for registered dietitians too!

Essentially, clinical supervision entails working with a nutrition mentor you admire to help you develop and grow in your work. Marci considers it the fast track to becoming the best version of your professional self. She the poster child for clinical supervision!

The purpose of clinical supervision is two-fold:

  • Enhance your professional growth, confidence, and clinical skill
  • Ensure the best possible care and improved outcomes for your clients

The beauty of clinical supervision is that the frequency and content is totally up to you! Most commonly, dietitians meet with Marci on a monthly basis. Topics of conversation include: guidance on stuck points and questions with your clinical cases, working through difficult team dynamics, review of current research, development of areas where you feel you are lacking, business coaching, perceived mistakes, as well as your successes.

If you are interested in learning more about the courses I offer at The Food and Body Image Healers™ Online Training Institute, click the link below.

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“I leave my sessions with Marci feeling better, lighter and more like myself. She has been and continues to be such a positive presence in my life, and I’m just so glad to have her!”

Deb in Recovery

Marci has not only helped me grow my clinical counseling skills, she has also helped me grow my business. She is knowledgeable and savvy, but most of all she has helped me be a more confident and focused counselor and entrepreneur.

Jessi Haggerty RDN, cPT

Marci has a true gift when it comes to teaching and explaining. She is engaging, ridiculously smart, experienced and passionate about her work. Her course will help you feel confident and prepared to start working with eating disorder clients. I highly recommend it to anyone!

Paige Smathers, RD, CDN

I have been attending conferences for over 30 years. Marci is one of the best speakers I have  heard in my career. She is an extremely knowledgeable and insightful and powerful speaker. She presents on the most complex issues and provides this information in a dynamic and professional manner. I could listen to her present all day.

Beth Mayer, LICSW

Before nutrition counseling, I was prepared to get weight loss surgery to “fix” my eating issues. I was unhappy, hopeless, and convinced that there were no other options…until I had my first session with Sarah Patten. Sarah creates a warm, trusting atmosphere and I always feel like I can confide in her my most alarming food fears. She taught me that my so called “problem” wasn’t in my gut, it was in my head. Food always held this power over me and, gradually, Sarah taught me to break away. Now, I’m free. I can honestly say I’ve never felt healthier or happier and I owe it all to Sarah’s constant support!”

Jamie in Recovery