Jocelyn Dantini Roche, MS, RD, LDN
Jocelyn (she/her/hers) specializes in nutrition therapy for individuals affected by eating disorders or disordered eating. She sees adults, teenagers, and caregivers of young children. Jocelyn has been working in the eating disorder field since 2013 with employment at Carolina House’s residential, partial hospitalization (PHP), and intensive outpatient (IOP) programs. She has been working in the private practice setting since 2017 where she continues to use principles from Intuitive Eating, Health At Every Size®, and Ellyn Satter’s Division of Responsibility in Feeding. Jocelyn has extensive experience supporting clients both nutritionally and therapeutically while using a trauma-informed lens. Her goal is to provide highly individualized care for clients, and their loved ones, as they find a more peaceful and sustainable relationship with food. A Raleigh native, Jocelyn received her Master’s degree in Nutrition from Meredith College. She obtained two undergraduate degrees from Appalachian State University: one in nutrition, and a second in psychology.
Jocelyn now lives is Portland, OR. She is licensed in Oregon and North Carolina, and provides telehealth for residents in: OR, NC, WA, and states where a license for nutrition therapy is not required. Feel free to inquire about your state! Jocelyn holds in-person sessions in our NE Portland office.