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About Debbi

Hello my name is Deborah, but you can call me Debbi! Thank you for taking the time to read more about me.

Debbi is a Registered Dietitian who specializes in nutrition counseling, and community and public health nutrition for the past 25 years. She has worked in various environments from clinical dietetics, research, program facilitation to participation in policy development. Debbi has completed her educational studies at the University of Toronto having achieved both Bachelor and Master of Science degrees. She has also completed a successful residency at
the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada. Debbi's has voice has been publishe
d in media both locally and nationally in health and nutrition journals and as an advocate for equitable access to healthy nutritious food for all! 

Debbi enjoys the challenge of combining nutritional expertise and people skills to help individuals attain wellness through nutritious, comfortable food choices and healthy living skills. As a program planner, she has the ability, experience and discipline to take an idea, research, analyze and prepare realistic forecasts to support her clients with various concerns.

 

Debbi embodies patience and tenacity to structurally support her clients to reach their goals, while flexibly experimenting and modifying with you along the way.

MY PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND

What Makes Me Stand Out

EDUCATION

  • Master of Science (Clinical Nutrition)

    • University of Toronto

  • Bachelor of Science

    • University of Toronto

CERTIFICATIONS

  • Diabetes Educator Graduate Certificate

    • Michener Institute​

  • Chronic Renal Failure Dietetics Certificate

    • National Institute of Health (In progress)​

  • Motivational Interviewing

    • (In progress)​

MEMBERSHIPS

  • College of Dietitians of Ontario (CDO)

  • Dietitians of Canada

  • Ontario Dietitians in Public Health

SPECIALITIES

  • Chronic diseases (e.g. cancer) 

  • Skin care programs

  • Weight monitoring (e.g. weight gain or loss)

  • Womxn's health

  • Dysphagia

  • Eating disorder(s)

  • General nutritional health

  • Diabetes

POPULATIONS

  • Children (ages 10+) 

  • Adolescence (ages 16+)

  • Adults

  • Individuals

  • Couples

  • Groups

  • LGBTQ

  • BIPOC

TYPES OF SESSIONS

  • Video

  • Phone

  • In-person

LANGUAGES SPOKEN

  • English

  • Creole

  • Caribbean patois 

About Me: Credentials
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