nutrition & body image coaching




If you answered yes to any of these questions, first you should know you're not alone. You should also know that there is a way to find peace and ease when it comes to healing your relationship with food and your body. When we work together, you'll not only gain insight and awareness into your own behaviors and habits, you'll learn how to shift those behaviors and habits to become the healthiest, happiest, most balanced version of YOU. Together we'll work to combine the science of human physiology with your own body's wisdom to set you up on a path towards healing.


nutrition therapy

Nutrition Therapy is a long-term process of self-discovery and experimentation. I encourage you to come into, and leave each session with a sense of curiosity around your relationship to food and your body. As you move forward through your program, we begin to cultivate habits to help you move away from the diet mentality, implement self-care practices into your daily life, and practice gentle nutrition. We use the tools and practices of Intuitive Eating, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Health at Every Size to help you develop a healthier relationship with food and your body.

Areas of specialty:

medical nutrition therapy
- body image coaching
binge & emotional eating
feelings of food addiction
eating disorders & meal support
- bariatric support

movement therapy

The goal of movement therapy is two fold. First, we work together to cultivate a healthy relationship with movement and exercise, and then we use the movement as a tool to help you improve your relationship with your body and with yourself.  Each session works to combine the mindfulness, alignment, and breath work of yoga with modern day strength training techniques to help you cultivate body awareness, challenge limiting beliefs, and ultimately connect to your body on a deeper level. Every client receives a customized plan informed by their personal story and wellness goals.

Areas of Specialty:

- overall strength and conditioning
- corrective exercise & rehabilitation
personal training and eating disorder recovery
pelvic floor disorders
- body positive, mind-body, intuitive movement

- movement for mental health & emotional wellbeing



What to expect when you sign up for nutrition and/or movement therapy services

Initial Assessment: In this first session we really get to know each other. In the first part of this session, we dig into a conversation in order to begin to identify the root cause of your symptoms (not just chop off the outer, external branches with a diet and exercise program). We talk about where you’ve been and where you are now in order to make a plan to move forward. We wrap this session up by answering any lingering questions and setting an intention and self-care practice to put into place right away.

Follow-Up Sessions: We'll work to navigate your thoughts and feelings surrounding your relationship with food and your body that are often difficult to talk about. While this work can be deep and emotional, there is also a strong practical component that requires both learning of new habits, and unlearning of old habits that no longer serve you. You might choose to add on Movement Therapy as a means to connect with your physical body, and build a solid foundation so you can feel comfortable and confident engaging in physical activity that you actually enjoy. Through the combination of nutrition and movement therapy you’ll learn how to connect with your body to both eat and move more mindfully and intuitively. You’ll become an expert in yourself. Then, we seal every session with tangible and customized self-care practices you can implement and practice between sessions. 



I currently accept Blue Cross Blue Shield of MA and Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare as a form of payment. Eligibility will vary with each plan, so make sure to contact you insurance company to verify coverage. Click here for my "Insurance Script" so you know exactly what information to gather to verify coverage before booking your first appointment. 

If you are not contracted with the above insurance agencies, you might be eligible for Out of Network Reimbursement. Click here for my "Insurance Script" so you know exactly what information to gather to verify reimbursement before booking your first appointment. 


At this time Jessi Haggerty Nutrition & Movement Therapy accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield Insurance and Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare for in-person nutrition therapy sessions. All virtual appointments are billed out-of-pocket. Cash, checks, credit card, and HSA/FSA cards are accepted as forms of payment.*

Nutrition Therapy

Initial Assessment:  $175
Follow-Up Session (with Jessi): $150
Follow-Up Session (with Caitie): $110

All sessions are 50-minutes.