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About GLOW GROUP Dietitians

Glow Group Health and Wellbeing is a Dietitian Service built to support healthy relationships with food and body. We offer nutrition assessment and support at our clinics located in Woollahra, Gordon, Norwest and Penrith, as well as consults online or in the comfort of your own home.



Glow Group understands that listening and learning from you is the most valuable component of our work together. We are committed to providing unique support to each client we see, without making assumptions.


Glow Group practises from the perspective that food should not only help meet your physiological needs, but also be a satisfying and a healthy part of social and emotional occasions. Developing a healthy relationship with food helps to reduce tension around the eating experience, a skill that we can help you nurture.


Glow Group believes health is not a size, but rather, a spectrum, shaped by not only your physical health, but also your mental, social and emotional wellbeing. At Glow Group, we move the focus away from the scales and work with you to improve measurable health outcomes, whatever that may mean to you.


We view ourselves as a point of guidance for you. We can bring our evidence base to help offer you trustworthy information, when you are ready and interested. You can bring your curiosity and willingness to experiment. Together we can work towards a greater connection to your own body wisdom.


Glow Group was founded as a safer space for you to feel heard and validated in your health care journey. We aim to hold a space for our clients where safety is prioritised. We are determined to provide gentle and accessible nutritional care, independent of body size, age, or ability.




Jess is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) with a passion for people, their stories, and understanding their relationship with food. 

Jess has completed a Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics with Flinders University, and has since gone on to train in disordered eating, eating disorders and nutrition for mental health. She is an executive member of the Dietitian’s Australia Eating Disorder Interest Group, and is a community advocate for training and education in the space.  

Since graduating she has worked in the acute, sub-acute and private sectors, including rehab and mental health specialties. Most significantly, she has spent three years managing Dietetic services across QLD, NSW and ACT for a large non-for profit. 

Jess respects body diversity and understands that health looks different on everybody. She loves to empower clients to live a healthful life, in a way that promotes autonomy and dignity, and is true to their values, and believes good nutritional care should be inclusive, and delivered in a compassionate and holistic way. 

Jess has a special interest in food and body image concerns, including disordered eating, eating disorders, chronic dieting and emotional eating; and supports clients living with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, avoidant restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID) and those with a complex relationship with food.  

Outside of work Jess can be found frequenting Sydney’s local restaurants, gushing over her kitten or wandering through some of the beautiful beach-side walks the east coast has to offer.


Please note: Jess is currently only accepting a limited number of new clients.

Contact us at 0499 888 801 or if you would like an appointment with Jess.


Jess Tilbrook: Dietitians
Danielle Bell: Dietitians



Danielle is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) who strives to help her clients improve their quality of life. Whatever that means to them.

Danielle completed her studies at the University of Sydney, graduating with a Bachelor of Science (Nutrition and Metabolism & Neuroscience) and a Master of Nutrition and Dietetics. As a lover of learning, Danielle has also completed additional training in the following areas:

  • The Low FODMAP Diet for Irritable Bowel Syndrome 
  • Advanced Non-Diet Approach for Dietitians workshop
  • Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Approach to Feeding 
  • Food Scientist Model: SOS Approach to Feeding Adaptation for the School Aged Child
  • Feeding Children with Autism Using the Satter Model 

Inspired by the Non-Diet Approach, Danielle helps her clients explore the role of food as a self-care tool in the many roles it takes, the energiser, the nurturer, the connector, the satisfier. Thanks to diet culture, too many individuals feel compelled to shrink themselves in order to pursue health. Danielle offers an alternative view, helping individuals experience more trust and less stress about their food decisions, in the body they are in right now. Danielle brings this perspective to her key areas of interest, including:

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Gut Health*
  • Healthy food and body relationships in children
  • Positive mealtimes for Autistic individuals
  • Exploring sensory sensitivities/food aversion in children and adults
  • Nutrition rehabilitation for individuals living with disabilities (malnutrition, loss of strength, decline in food intake)

*Please note Danielle does not offer services for suspected food chemical intolerances or implementation of the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital elimination diet. 

In her downtime Danielle enjoys discovering new waterside walking tracks, listening to podcasts, befriending animals or sharing a coffee with loved ones.



Rebecca is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) who specialises in helping clients to move away from disordered eating patterns, weight cycling, and chronic dieting.

She is a compassionate Dietitian with an appreciation for people, diversity, and the human experience. Rebecca values connection, trust and working respectfully, in the hope of offering a safer space for all her clients while they take their own journey exploring their relationship with food, body and health.

She completed her Bachelor in Nutrition and Dietetics, with Honours, at the University of Wollongong and has worked across the private, public and food industry sectors.

Rebecca identifies best as a Non-Diet Dietitian who takes a trauma-informed and weight-neutral approach. With ongoing supervision and professional development, she practices using various mind and body connection techniques, including intuitive eating principles and mindfulness-based practices.

Rebecca has a keen interest in food and body image concerns, chronic and yo-yo dieting, emotional eating and eating disorders, and loves to support clients in moving towards a place of self-acceptance, body trust, respect and food freedom.

In her spare time, she loves soaking up nature, going for a hike and taking opportunities to travel and immerse herself in food and culture. 

Rebecca Levi: Dietitian
Andriana Dietitian Profile



Andriana is an Accredited Practising Dietitian having completed a Bachelor of Human Nutrition, and Master of Dietetic Practice at La Trobe University, Melbourne.

She is passionate about supporting people to build positive relationships with food and their body. She believes the best way to achieve this is through providing a holistic approach and respectfully collaborating with people to manage their health in a way that promotes enjoyable eating and a peaceful relationship with food.

Andriana is a self-confessed foodie and enjoys showing clients how they too can enjoy the foods they love.

Andriana can help people with chronic disease management and has a particular interest in women’s health – particularly polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), endometriosis, fertility, pregnancy and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). 

In her spare time, Andriana loves cooking, baking, trying new cafes and restaurants, travelling and discovering new walking trails.



Karly is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD), having completed her Bachelor in Nutrition and Dietetics, with Honours, at the University of Wollongong.

Living in a world surrounded by diet culture, Karly is passionate about assisting individuals to heal their relationship with food and their body to be able to eat in a way that feels less complicated, enjoyable and free of yo-yo dieting, rules and restriction.  

Karly practices as a non-diet dietitian and brings a caring and compassionate nature to her work. She strongly believes in a personalised approach and endeavours to combine her knowledge and skills as a non-diet dietitian with an individual’s own experiences, beliefs and values.

Karly can help people with chronic disease management and has a particular interest in food and body image concerns, chronic and yo-yo dieting and emotional eating.

In her spare time, you will find Karly out on a long walk or run by the beach, enjoying a good meal with friends and family or watching a few too many episodes on Netflix.

Karly Staff Photo



Verena is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) with a compassionate nature and passion for supporting and empowering all people to develop sustainable and positive relationships with food and their bodies.  She provides holistic and inclusive nutritional support in partnership with her clients, with a weight-neutral approach to health and wellbeing.

Verena is an avid foodie who cherishes the social and cultural joy that food brings to our lives, as well as its role in nourishing our mind and body. She believes food is meant to be enjoyed and celebrated!

Verena has a Masters of Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Wollongong and is currently completing a PhD exploring the nutritional health of socially disadvantaged individuals. She is a member of the Mental Health Dietitian’s Network and volunteers as a dietitian to support individuals experiencing or at-risk of homelessness.

Verena’s special interests include weight-inclusive health, nutrition for mental health, gut health, intuitive eating, public and community health, inclusion health, disordered eating, chronic dieting and emotional eating, paediatric nutrition, fussy eating, general nutrition and women’s health (PCOS).

In her spare time Verena enjoys a good local market, being in nature with her shoes off and spending time with family, friends and her dog Winston.



Georgie is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) having completed a Bachelor of Nutrition & Dietetics (Honours) (Dean’s Scholar) at the University of Wollongong. To further her knowledge and practical skills, she is currently undertaking a PhD in health promotion, looking at how nutrition and physical activity are being promoted in Family Day Care settings.

Georgie takes a holistic approach in her practice, and utilises the non-diet approach. She values helping her clients build a positive relationship with food, as well as working towards body positivity and acceptance. Her main area of interest is sport and performance nutrition, having been a competitive cheerleader and gymnast for 10 years (and counting)!

Georgie’s clinical areas of interests include, but are not limited to:

  • Sport and performance nutrition
  • Food and body image concerns (including in a sport and performance context)
  • Disordered eating, eating disorders
  • Vegetarian and vegan diets
  • Health promotion

Outside of work, you will find Georgie trying out new foods at her local café or restaurant, staying active at reformer Pilates or cheerleading practice, walking her dog at the park, or relaxing at home watching a good crime show.




Charlotte is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD), having completed her Masters of Nutrition and Dietetics as of November 2019. She has also studied a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Food Science, at the University of New South Wales.

It was Charlotte’s studies with colleagues at Bond University that sparked her interest and initiated further learning about intuitive eating and non-diet nutrition. With a passion for all things food, Charlotte is the face behind @TheNuttyGritty, an Instagram page sharing simple and delicious recipes for all to enjoy.

Apart from food, you can find Charlotte at the beach enjoying an ocean swim, writing blog posts, or reading a good crime novel!



Sarah is a Business Administration Graduate having completed her degree at Australian Catholic University. 

Sarah brings her bright and warm personality to our clinic, and supports our team and clients to find the best clinical partnerships for their food/body journeys.

Outside of work Sarah enjoys painting, and shares a passion for cooking with her Dietitian colleagues. 
Sarah Bell Dietitian Portrait


GLOW GROUP: Oscar Hospitality Award – National Finalist
Oscar Hospitality Award – National Finalist
Better Practice Award
Better Practice Award


Accredited Practising Dietitians
Accredited Practising Dietitians
Accredited Nutritionists
Accredited Nutritionists
Registered NDIS Provider
Registered NDIS Provider
Australia & New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders Member
Australia & New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders Member