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Danielle Zold, RD, CLC is a Pediatric Registered Dietitian and Certified Lactation Counselor.

 

Danielle was born & raised near Milwaukee, Wisconsin and began her nutrition journey at the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point. She landed in sunny Denver, Colorado and completed a dietetic internship with the largest health department in the state. Since then, she has gained extensive experience working in WIC, Early Intervention, and private practice as well as obtaining an additional credential in lactation.

 

Danielle is also currently working on her Certified Leap Therapist (CLT) and Certified Specialist in Pediatric Nutrition (CSP) credentials.

 

Danielle understands how frustrating it can be for parents of picky eaters who just want their kids to eat. Danielle is trained in the SOS Approach to Feeding and frequently uses the Ellyn Satter Division of Responsibility model to reduce parent stress and child anxiety around meal and snack time.

 

Danielle has a holistic approach, focusing on nutritional adequacy, the feeding environment, medical conditions, as well as what makes your child special: their individual preferences, skills, talents, and strengths!

 

Danielle loves spending time adventuring and hiking in the mountains in her free time!

Interested in working together on your child's nutrition?

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Background

Education & Credentials:​

  • Bachelor of Science in Dietetics: University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point

  • Registered Dietitian (RD/RDN) by the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) 

  • Certified Lactation Counselor (CLC) by the Academy of Lactation Policy and Practice

  • Certified LEAP Therapist (CLT) by Oxford Medical Technologies - IN PROGRESS

  • Board Certified Specialist in Pediatric Nutrition (CSP) - IN PROGRESS

Courses & Training:

  • SOS Approach to Feeding

  • ARFID for Dietitians: A Responsive Feeding Approach 

  • Project ECHO Feeding by Nationwide Children's Hospital

  • Functional Nutrition Practitioners Institute