Pascale Flematti

Accredited Practicing Dietitian
Pascale Flematti

Pascale Flematti

Accredited Practicing Dietitian

BIO

“Food is a central foundation of our lives; for health, well being, social connection and more. Yet so often we are faced with a myriad of food choices, and this experience can be difficult and overwhelming for many. I hope to support individuals in eliminating food-related worries and stresses from their lives, helping them to trust in their bodies and find their own enjoyment in eating.” – Pascale Flematti

Pascale has a special interest in working with individuals living with eating disorders, with a passion for helping clients to learn to eat in a way that is kind to themselves and fosters positive relationships with food and their bodies. Pascale aims to guide individuals to feel more confident in making food decisions, with the view of reducing fear around food and becoming more comfortable introducing a variety of choices into their lives. Pascale provides a safe space for individuals to discuss their unique experiences and will take the time to listen to your concerns and provide personalised care based on your individual needs and values.

Pascale has provided dietetic services in inpatient and outpatient mental health and general dietetics settings, providing services to those with a range of mental health concerns. Her practice focuses on health, understanding and respecting that health may mean different things to different individuals. Pascale works with individuals with disordered eating patterns, as well as those with diagnosed eating disorders. She also has experience in general dietetics in the mental health space.

Pascale holds a concurrent position as the dietitian for the Wesley Hospital Eating Disorders program, providing dietetic care to individuals attending the ED day program, as well as the inpatient mental health units.

Pascale has a strong interest in working from a non-diet perspective, aiming to support clients in forming behaviours that promote overall health and well being, while shifting the focus away from body shape and size. She will support you to obtain skills that will help you to feel empowered to rebuild trust in your body, from a place of self-compassion and self-care.

Bachelor of Science (Biochemistry)

University of Sydney

Master of Nutrition & Dietetics

University of Sydney

Pascale has lived and worked in a number of countries including Hong Kong, the Netherlands, France, Norway and Germany and is able to provide services that are culturally sensitive. She also speaks conversational French.

training & therapy approaches

Pascale draws from a range of treatment approaches in her work including:

  • Non-diet approach to weight management (Healthy At Every Size)
  • Motivational Interviewing framework
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Eating Disorders
  • RAVES Eating Model
  • General Nutritional Counselling
REGISTRATIONS & MEMBERSHIPS
  • Accredited Practicing Dietitian (APD)
  • Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA)
  • Member Australia & New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders (ANZAED)
special interests

Pascale has a strong passion for assisting individuals to develop skills to overcome eating disorders and disordered eating patterns.

She enjoys working with individuals presenting with a range of clinical nutrition concerns:

  • Eating Disorders and Disordered Eating
  • Body Image Concerns
  • Type 2 Diabetes
  • Gastrointestinal Issues (e.g., constipation, reflux)
  • Chronic Health Conditions (e.g., high cholesterol, high blood pressure)
  • Nutrition for Mental Health
  • Nutrient Deficiencies (e.g., low iron)
  • General nutritional and lifestyle support
RESEARCH

Pascale is committed to providing nutritional counselling and advice that is based on scientific information or “what we know works” from the literature. Pascale stays up to date with what works in nutrition by sourcing information from reputable databases and peer-reviewed nutrition journal articles and attending regular professional development workshops to extend her skills and knowledge.