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.
Priscilla W. Malm, PsyD
Dr. Priscilla W. Malm is a licensed clinical psychologist (PSY33238) and certified intuitive eating counselor with experience helping patients across the lifespan. She specializes in working with adolescents, young adults, families, and adults who struggle with eating disorders (e.g., anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, ARFID, & orthorexia), trauma, depression and anxiety. Dr. Malm believes that from the ashes of one’s pain and suffering, one can heal, transform, and become a better version of oneself. To help her patients, Dr. Malm tailors the individual needs of each patient while utilizing evidence-based treatments, such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), family-based treatment (FBT), eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), and cognitive processing therapy (CPT). Dr. Malm integrates Health At Every Size (HAES)® and Intuitive Eating (IE) approaches while providing culturally sensitive care to help her patients heal their relationships with food, body, and ultimately, themselves.
Dr. Malm’s therapeutic approach is empathic, compassionate, non-judgmental, collaborative, and empowering. It is important that her patients feel seen, heard, understood, and empowered. Dr. Malm believes that fostering a safe and secure therapeutic relationship is crucial in the therapeutic process. She also believes in meeting the patients where they are at any given moment and empowering them to discover insights and skills that work best for them. Her third-culture background has particularly enabled her to be open, curious, and attentive to each of her patient’s unique cultural background, personalities, and personal needs.
Dr. Malm earned her B.S. in Human Development at Cornell University and her Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology at Wheaton College. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at Aspire Health Alliance/ McLean Hospital in Massachusetts and her postdoctoral residency at Kaiser Permanente in Redwood City, California. She is a native English and Cantonese speaker. Besides psychotherapy, Dr. Malm has strong interests in mentorship, supervision, consultation, research, and teaching. During her personal time, Dr. Malm enjoys traveling and spending time in nature with her family and friends.