Britt Schuman-Humbert RD, CSSD, CSP, LDN CSCS (she/her/hers) is a clinical dietitian with over 25 years of experience in the field of clinical nutrition and a graduate of Syracuse University. Additionally, she is board certified in pediatric nutrition, a certified specialist in sports dietetics, and a certified strength and conditioning specialist. She believes nutrition is as unique as the person with the idea of intuitive eating being the goal for most individuals. She specializes in treating eating disorders including ARFID, sports nutrition and pediatric nutrition.
For 12 years prior to joining Oak City Psychology she worked for the University of North Carolina where she was a clinical dietitian at the UNC Wellness Center and Pediatric Clinical Nutrition Manager. She has worked with a variety of specialties over the years including pediatrics, neonatology, oncology, dialysis, diabetes, athletes and eating disorders to name a few. She has taught nutrition at the Art Institute to Culinary Students.
Britt lives with her husband, two teenage children and 3 dogs. She is an active volunteer in the local rowing community. Her favorite thing to do is make a huge mess in the kitchen cooking for herself and her family.