CenteRD Nutrition LLC provides pediatric and adult nutrition services, specializing in all types of eating disorders, sports nutrition and in general, helping individuals build a healthier relationship with food. Erin Wolf-Barnett MS, RDN is the founder of CenteRD Nutrition.
Erin Wolf-Barnett MS, RDN
My professional mission is to provide compassionate, expert nutrition advice by empowering individuals and families to change habits. I use a Family-Based approach when working with eating disorders for adolescents and children as well as mindful eating techniques. My role is to empower individuals to make confident, knowledgeable food choices while weighing the balance of internal and external critics.
Treatment includes sessions in my office and experiential visits to grocery stores or restaurants. As part of my treatment, I may conduct nutrition assessments, goal setting, food plans and nutritional recommendations. I will communicate with each client’s multidisciplinary team, including medical doctors, therapists and other health professionals.
My background includes eight years working in clinical settings, at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington and at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. In addition to eating disorders, I have worked extensively with cystic fibrosis, neurology and pediatric populations.
My non-clinical experience includes working with college athletic teams, providing individual nutritional counseling to student athletes and establishing the sports nutrition component of the strength and conditioning program at George Washington University. I have taught college courses on general nutrition and wellness and on sports nutrition, and I have presented to a number of diverse community health groups as well as at an international conference on the Ketogenic specifically for seizure control and treatment.
I have completed a Master of Science, Exercise Science with a concentration in Strength and Conditioning at The George Washington University and a
Bachelor of Science, Dietetics. James Madison University.
Monica Cicchini MS, RDN, CSP
My name is Monica Cicchini. I have worked as a dietitian for over 13 years. I found my passion for nutrition as a collegiate athlete learning to use nutrition to improve my performance. Since then, I have worked as a dietitian all over the country including Phoenix Children’s Hospital, duPont Hospital for Children, and Beth Israel Medical Center. Most recently I have worked as a pediatric dietitian and adult GI dietitian for Georgetown University Medical Center. Over the course of my career I specialized in eating disorders, adult and pediatric gastroenterology (including IBD, IBS, celiac, g-tube management, multiple food allergies), sports nutrition, failure to thrive, picky eating, short stature, seizure management, Diabetes management, and infant feeding. My goal is to provide compassionate, expert nutrition advice while also collaborating with both individuals and their families to change habits. I use a Family-Based approach with working with children and adolescents and more individual approach when working with adults.
My non-clinical experience includes working with sports dietitians and high school athletes through the Sports Fueling Project. I have taught college courses on general nutrition and wellness. I have also presented at local and national meetings on pediatric GI nutrition.
I would love to help you break free from food rules and enjoy food again. I became a dietitian because I found food can be the cure sometimes better than medicine. I am passionate about principles of intuitive eating and supporting my clients on the journey to food freedom.