Nicole received her Bachelor of Science Degree with a Major in Dietetics from University of British Columbia and completed her dietetic internship at the Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon.  

Nicole spent some time working with parents of young children focusing on nutrition in early childhood development before moving on to adult dietetics and nutrition.

She has garnered particular experience in working with adults in addiction medicine, mental health and chronic disease prevention.

Nicole’s unique counseling style focuses on behaviour change through motivational interviewing and patient centred care.  She has a keen interest in understanding the impact of trauma on health and building resilience in patients.  

Her empathy is palpable. She has a beautiful way of making people feel safe and seen without judgement. Her focus is to treat patients where they are and help them progress to where they want to be. A balanced and joyful relationship to food is a key part of overall wellness and that this can be challenging for many people. She works in partnership with her patients to address their challenges and make positive shifts with food choices to get life long results.   

In addition to loving her job and her team at Revolution, she recently developed a passion for mountain biking and never passes up an opportunity to go to a farmers market.

“What I love most about Revolution Medical is the focus on patient empowerment.  One of her greatest joys here is helping people live their best lives, regardless of the number on the scale. “