Austin counseling and Nutrition Services
Jennifer pereira, LPC, RD, LD

Jennifer Pereira  LPC, RD, LD

Jennifer is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Registered Dietitian, and Licensed Dietitian. She has been in private practice since 2006 providing nutrition therapy, specializing in eating and behavioral food issues. She later graduated with her Masters in Professional Counseling and is licensed as an LPC. 

Jennifer has worked with clients across the spectrum of wellness: this includes mental, emotional, and physical needs. She is trained in a specialized therapeutic and trauma treatment technique called EMDR.  Nutrition experience and focus ranges from those with eating disorders to chronic dieters to those who are just confused about how to eat. It is her goal to help people remember the natural relationship with food and self with which we were all born.

She provides counseling and/or nutrition services at her private practice, in office and online or phone sessions.





Individual Counseling/Therapy & Nutrition Counseling

*We are happy to provide psychotherapy and/or nutrition counseling, both online as well as locally in the office. We periodically offer group classes in the office. Our office is located at:

West Austin

7063 Comanche Trail

Austin, TX 78732

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Contact Us at:

512-655-3878

or via email through our contact page

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Office visit--Counseling or Nutrition:

Regular Sessions (45-55 minutes):  $145

Shorter Sessions (20-30 minutes):  $95


*Online or Phone Sessions also available if unable to come to the office.

Please note: In some cases insurance may reimburse part of your session fee. You will be provided with a form to submit to insurance at your visit. We have had many clients who were incorrectly told their insurance would not cover these visits, but they actually were reimbursed for these visits. 

 

The Time is Now...

There just isn't a good time to start the difficult process of healing or growth other than NOW. The best time is always NOW. It doesn't have to interfere with your life and, to be honest, it is going to make your life better, easier, and more manageable. 

That resistance you feel is just the pull of the familiar, it isn't something helpful--just another false answer. Of course your current situation isn't all honey and roses either but it is what you know, it is just the gravitational pull of the habitual, of the known. Too often we cling to what we know even when it is obvious that it isn't what we want or need. 

There is a point where we decide to either settle for what we have and make the best of it or to strike out for parts unknown with the certainty that out there, somewhere, is our destiny, our authentic self. It is challenging. It is exciting. It is scary, and it is necessary. You've known that for a long time now. Stepping off is a very unsettling feeling but it leads to the place most of us only dream about - to be healthy, happy and balanced.

Don't keep putting off your search for comprehensive, whole-person healthy lifestyle support, It's not going to get any easier and if you wait around too long, you'll just give in and give up. We're talking about your health and wellness here. What is that worth to you? Imagine how your life would look if you weren't a slave to your emotions and behaviors, and if your past was really finally settled and at peace. 
The time is now and the choice is yours.

 

The best things in life are typically equal parts exciting and scary.




Get Started Today!

 

When you are ready to be your most authentic self, call 512-655-3878 in order to set up your first appointment. 


In Austin:

7063 Comanche Trail

Austin, 78732

This is the Four Points Area of West Austin. We are close to Lakeway and Cedar Park. We are easily accessible from all areas of Austin.


Contact us with any questions about eating and mental health issues. You or someone you know may be in need of outpatient eating disorder treatment.

Jennifer Pereira LPC, RD -  Counselor & Dietitian

HOw's your Relationship with Food?

1. Do you worry that you have lost control over how much you eat?

2. Do you make yourself sick (or use laxatives/exercise) if you feel uncomfortably full?

3. Do you currently suffer with or suffered in the past with eating issues?

4. Do you ever eat in secret?

5. Does your weight affect how you feel about yourself?


If you answered yes to any of these questions, or if you are not satisfied with your current eating patterns, contact us for more information.

"Let me start off by saying how wonderful it was to stumble upon your site, it is so refreshing to see a professional (aka not Dr. Oz) giving real advice about healthy eating. I appreciate the nutritional advice you give... there are so many people out there who could use this information!"       

  -Ellen R., Arizona