Matt Arnone, MS, RD

Matt brings over 10 years of experience specializing in the treatment of all types of disordered eating. This has included working with individuals and families in both outpatient and intensive outpatient settings. He has also provided nutrition education to groups of clients and patients, with an emphasis on the intersection of mental and physical health.


As a weight-neutral dietitian, he has been a sought-after consultant and mentor to dietitians and dietitian students seeking a better understanding of how to apply the science of nutrition in a way that is helpful without being harmful.


He views an individual’s relationship with eating to fundamentally be one of self-care. He is passionate about dispelling nutrition myths and helping people of all ages gain freedom and flexibility in the way they experience food, eating, and their bodies. Often described as being kind but firm, he brings a sense of humor and directness to his practice.

Matt earned his bachelor of science in nutritional sciences from the University of Connecticut. He completed his dietetic internship and earned his master of science in nutrition from Saint Joseph College.

Anna Kreiter, PsyD


Dr. Anna Kreiter is a licensed psychologist in the state of California (PSY32312) with experience working with individuals across the lifespan. She specializes in working with adults, adolescents, and families who struggle with eating disorders, anxiety and mood disorders, OCD, and experiences of trauma. Often, her clients are navigating challenging life circumstances or have identified something causing distress or interfering with their goals. Her clients benefit from time and space to explore and share their inner experiences in a supportive and nonjudgmental therapeutic relationship while working collaboratively to identify recurring themes and patterns, and modify those that no longer serve them.

Dr. Kreiter’s approach is warm, empathetic, and focused on behavioral changes, growth, and solutions. She recognizes that participating in therapy takes courage, and emphasizes collaboration while tailoring treatment to each individual and family, understanding that every client is an expert on their unique experiences and that therapy is a partnership.

Dr. Kreiter provides evidence-based treatment for individuals, families, and groups. She integrates Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) with a primarily cognitive behavioral (CBT) framework. She practices from a weight-neutral, Health At Every Size (HAES) ® perspective to support clients in healing their relationships with food, body, and self. She has specialized training in Family Based Treatment (FBT) for eating disorders, Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), and uses these techniques and modalities to help my clients get “unstuck” and grow. In addition to her clinical practice, she is actively involved in research at the Stanford University School of Medicine, and integrates the most up-to-date findings to support clients’ wellbeing and healing.

Dr. Kreiter earned her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at the PGSP-Stanford PsyD Consortium. She completed her predoctoral internship at the University of San Diego Counseling Center, where she focused on issues of young adult development, and her postdoctoral residency at Kaiser Permanente Redwood City. She is a staff psychologist at Kaiser Permanente Redwood City, where she focuses on the treatment of anxiety, eating disorders, and stabilization for acute psychological concerns.

This provider does not currently work with individuals who are insured by Kaiser Permanente due to a conflict of interest.


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