Rachael Mintz, RD, LD, CEDRD | Alsana®
Rachael Mintz, RD, LD, CEDRDLead Dietitian of Outpatient Services (PHP & IOP)

    As a lead dietitian of outpatient services with Alsana, Rachael loves building relationships with clients and team members. She believes Alsana’s Adaptive Care Model is what makes the company unique, while the team’s compassion and dedication are what make Alsana memorable. Rachael’s passion for people and eating disorder recovery is evident in her positive energy, authenticity, and commitment to her clients.

    Rachael is passionate about helping clients with all eating disorders develop and maintain healthy and fulfilling relationships with food, exercise, and their body. In her role as Lead Dietitian, Rachael co-facilitates eating disorder groups, leads nutrition and movement groups, and works with clients individually. Rachael also oversees the nutrition and movement dimensions of Alsana’s adaptive care model.

    Alsana has played a significant role in supporting Rachael’s personal and professional growth, both as a clinician and a leader.

    Previously, Rachael worked for a medical company that specialized in the home care and education of enteral (tube-fed) patients. She is a registered and licensed dietitian (RD, LD) in Missouri, as well as a certified eating disorder registered dietitian (CEDRD).

    Rachael graduated from Southeast Missouri State University with a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics and went on to complete her dietetic internship at Missouri State University. She is currently waiting to obtain her CEDRD supervisor status through the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals. Rachael currently serves as the St. Louis Ambassador for the International Federation of Eating Disorder Dietitians and the event chair-elect for Behavioral Health Nutrition through The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

    Rachael has three dogs & enjoys hiking and boating at the lake with her husband. Her happy place is the Missouri Botanical Garden, and her favorite food is pasta!