My ultimate goal is to help women & families off of the time-wasting, soul-sucking hamster wheel that is diet culture. To teach women how to make peace with food and feel free (and radiant!) in their own bodies....and to have FUN doing it. The antidote to ALL of this body-hating nonsense is fun, and play, and pleasure, and LIVING LIFE - instead of waiting until we lose weight to get started.
— Jill

I’m Jillian Murphy and I work with diverse, smart, health-conscious, women who are DONE WITH DIETING, looking to get out of their heads (that are, quite frankly making them BANANAS!) and re-connect with their body. I use cutting edge eating psychology, in-the-know insight & guidance around diet culture, health, and weight to teach women WHY they stay stuck in negative patterns around food and constant body dissatisfaction.
I work with women, children, and health professionals - 1:1, via my self study program, live workshops, and speaking engagements, with the end goal always being: JOYFUL women & families who feel peaceful around food, comfortable in their own skin, and able to make flexible, healthy choices for themselves without angst.


Educational Background

Dr. Jillian Murphy is a registered, licensed Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine, having completed the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine’s four year postgraduate program in 2006. Prior to attending CCNM, Dr. Murphy graduated from the University of New Brunswick with a Bachelor degree in Science and Kinesiology.

Jillian’s background includes 10 years of general naturopathic practice, over 15 years of working with children in various fields, including intuitive eating and body image. She has additional training in CBT and coaching.

Jillian has dedicated the past 8 years to studying the psychology of eating, the relationship between weight and health, Intuitive Eating, and the most in-the-know strategies for exiting the diet cycle.  She currently training under Ellyn Satter (THE go-to authority for raising children who are a joy to feed) to further her expertise in the area of childhood feeding and growth. Jillian works from a Health At Every Size (HAES) perspective.

Jillian loves to stay busy! In addition to her practice, she maintains an active lifestyle that includes: dance, jogging, walking, biking, swimming and yoga. She is an active parent at Central Public School, downtown Kingston, a board member at the Kingston School of Dance, and a volunteer speaker for Mother Circle.