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Fearless Practitioners

Apr 20, 2021

Ready to learn the secret recipe for growing your private practice?

Fearless Practitioners - Ep. 116 - The Secret Recipe to Growing Your Practice

Who doesn’t love hearing a wildly successful journey of growing a private practice?

Imagine launching a practice right out of the gate of a Dietetics internship and then poof -  fast-tracked to become a solo practice owner. 

Imagine starting with humble beginnings and working out of a renovated closet as a make-shift office for 6.5 years, and then transitioning to a larger office and growing your team.

In this episode of the Fearless Practitioners Podcast, I talk with Ryann Hilton, one of my coaching clients and a dear colleague.  Ryann is the founder of Nourish RX and shares with us her journey of growing a practice in alignment with her goals. Listen in as Ryann shares her 10 years of experience with plenty of examples and advice for listeners at any stage of their career.

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Ryann Hilton is the owner of NourishRX, a group nutrition practice north of Boston specializing in the treatment of eating disorders and related body image concerns. She is a graduate of Simmons University with a degree in Nutrition and Dietetics and is certified by the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals Foundation (IAEDP) as a Certified Eating Disorders Registered Dietitian (CEDRD). She has provided nutrition treatment to individuals in all levels of eating disorder care: outpatient, intensive outpatient, partial hospitalization, residential and inpatient and has previously served as the PHP/IOP dietitian at Walden Behavioral Care, a Boston area eating disorder and psychiatric treatment center. As the Pediatric and Adolescent Outpatient dietitian at Mass General Hospital for Children at North Shore Medical Center she was a member of the multidisciplinary feeding therapy team working closely with occupational therapists and speech and language pathologists to assess the nutritional needs for children with ARFID, ADD/ADHD, dysphagia and growth-related concerns.


  • The #1 secret sauce for making a practice boom with steady referrals (hint: it involves picking up the phone!)
  • Learning curves along her journey, and what she wished she started much earlier at the beginning of her practice.
  • The huge benefits to achieving goals and growing her practice by hiring a bookkeeper and understanding her numbers, profit & loss, and key performance indicators.
  • The best and worst advice she received, and her advice to listeners for what they need to do to take action - this week!


Apply now for the June 2021 Accelerator Group Coaching Program.
Accelerator business Coaching for dietitians

Are you ready to take your practice to the next level? Then join me in June 2021 for the Accelerator Group Coaching Program.

This is a small group coaching program (spots are limited) and it is designed specifically for the Dietitian or Practitioner who has started their practice and has begun to make some money (perhaps $2K-$5K per month) but wants to earn more.

You want to generate reliable, sustainable income from a steady stream of committed, paying clients. Well, if that is you, this is the road to get you there!

The group starts in June 2021 but your work starts now. We meet right away for your initial practice evaluation and you will get started right away on your playbook for success.  If this interests you, you can get all the details here and submit your application to join the group.


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