Paije Nobles, MS, RDN
Registered Dietitian & Medical Nutrition Therapist
Paije is a registered dietitian who received her Bachelor of Science in Dietetics from Arizona State University and her Masters of Science in Nutrition at Auburn University. After receiving her Bachelor’s, Paije worked for WIC providing nutritional education and support to children and families. At the same time, Paije worked part-time at Mayo Clinic until transitioning into a full-time position. While at Mayo Clinic, she provided medical nutrition therapy to a diverse population and worked closely with medical professionals. Once she entered her dietetic internship Paije had the opportunity to do a rotation with Rosewood Centers for Eating Disorders. That is when her passion to work in the mental health field grew.
Paije currently works with adolescents and adults at Rosewood, treating patients at a partial hospitalization level of care and intensive outpatient level of care. Paije is an active member of iaedp and is the secretary for the Phoenix Chapter. Paije follows an “all foods fit” approach to reduce the shame and guilt from the “good” food “bad” food mentality. Her goal is to help her patients improve their relationship with food and provide them a safe place where they can be themselves.
Initial Assessment: $175 | 50 Min Follow Up: $130* | 30 Min Follow Up: $70*
*10% off when you get a package of 6 sessions
Get To Know Paije
What was your first job?
I was a lifeguard for the City of Chandler at the age of 15!
Who would play you in a movie about your life?
Sarah Hyland. I have been told we look similar and after watching Modern Family we do have some similarities, I just hope I don't come off as ditsy.
What excites you about being a dietitian?
Meeting new people! I love to build relationships and having great conversations with others. I also enjoy when my clients learn that I am not here to tell them what to eat and allow them to meet their needs with all of their favorite foods.
If you could have dinner with anyone dead or alive who would it be?
Marilyn Monroe! I always found her so inspiring. Despite her struggles and tough life she always seemed to hold herself with the highest confidence.