Lauren Rieker, RDN, LD
Lauren was born and raised in Indianapolis. She attended Ball State University where she received her Bachelors in Dietetics and completed the dietetic internship.
She began her career at the YMCA of Greater Indianapolis where she gained experience working with a diverse population. Lauren also has several years of experience working with wellness companies and Indiana University Health Hospital.
Lauren created Renovate Your Plate to better reach her community by practicing Health At Every Size® and Intuitive Eating. She has been the lead dietitian at Mindful Me specializing in eating disorder treatment.
In her free time she enjoys cooking with her husband, reading, and is always up for trying new restaurants. Food is her passion and laughing is her hobby. Her happy place is Colorado where she plans a trip at least twice a year to see her sister.
Jenny Anttonen, MS, RDN, LD
Jenny is passionate about spreading the message of Health At Every Size® and Intuitive Eating. She helps guide others through the process of building a healthier relationship with food and body and lived in Indiana and Kentucky while completing her education to become an RDN.
Jenny shares that she survived an eating disorder, which she feels helps to have a special level of compassion toward clients. Intuitive eating was something that just “clicked" for her and made the path toward healing possible.
In Jenny's free time, she spends time with her husband outdoors visiting parks and going on walks. She loves streaming all sorts of TV shows, and having fun with family!
Megan Miller, MS, RDN, LD
Megan completed her Bachelor of Science in Nutrition from Western Kentucky University. She then went on to complete her dietetic internship through Morrison Healthcare, while also completing her Masters of Science in Nutrition from the University of Southern Mississippi.
Megan is a Health at Every Size Registered Dietitian specializing in disordered eating, eating disorders, and PCOS. Throughout her career as an outpatient dietitian, she has watched women struggle with failed diets, obsessive food rules, and poor body image. Her goal is to break this cycle and help women to live the life they deserve.
In Megan’s free time, she likes to take walks with her husband and beagle, Oscar, visit new coffee shops, and browse the aisles of Target. If Megan isn’t in Indy, you can probably find her cheering on the Hilltoppers in Bowling Green or the Hoosiers in Bloomington with her crazy, sports family!
Barissa Larson, RD
Barissa is a HAES-aligned, weight-inclusive Registered Dietitian and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor.
She completed her bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from Texas State University. She then moved up to Oregon to complete her dietetic internship through Oregon State University. Barissa worked in the clinical setting at Salem Hospital before moving back to Indiana where she was born and raised.
Barissa’s goal is to help all bodies create a nourishing and flexible relationship with food. Barissa is a CODA (Child of Deaf Adults) and fluent in American Sign Language. In her free time, she loves being outside, cuddling with her dog and cat, and trying out new restaurants.
Trina Krieger, LMHC
Trina is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor specializing in the treatment of eating disorders and issues with body image. She has experience working with a variety of clients including those who struggle with anxiety, trauma, low self-esteem, social anxiety, OCD, body dysmorphic disorder, depression, personality disorders, and bipolar disorder using a DBT-based approach. Trina loves to help people realize the power they have to improve their lives through self-compassion and learning to make intentional choices.
She received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Olivet Nazarene University and her master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling from Ball State University.
Throughout the years she has gained a wealth of knowledge working with adolescent girls and adult women in an inpatient treatment facility for those struggling with eating disorders. Through this experience, she discovered that there is a shortage of outpatient providers who are informed about eating disorders. Trina is passionate about raising awareness and improving education on this topic, as well as dispelling myths and misunderstandings.
Trina lives in Indianapolis with her husband Ethan and their hilarious dog named Yoko and together they are huge basketball fans. In her free time Trina enjoys photography, being outside, traveling, art, and spending time with friends and family.