Tracie Burke is a Registered Dietitian and Registered Psychotherapist with 20 years of hospital experience working with clients recovering from a range of eating disorders. Tracie is honoured to be able to support her clients through difficult moments and help them shift their thinking and behaviours to support the changes they want to see in their lives. Her rich experience allows for a deep understanding of those struggling with eating disorders.
Tracie practices from a trauma-informed, weight inclusive place of understanding. She has training and experience running Dialectical Behavioural Therapy skills groups and working individually with clients using Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Motivational Enhancement Therapy. She is passionate about empowering clients to use these tools to find freedom from unhelpful thoughts and behaviours so that they can develop a better relationship with food and their bodies.
Tracie is also passionate about teaching and has extensive experience working in education. She has designed curriculum, taught master’s level courses and counselling skills to students and dietitians. Tracie holds an adjunct lecturer status at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health.
Tracie completed her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology at McGill University, her Bachelor in Applied Science in Food and Nutrition at Ryerson University, and her dietetic training at the University Health Network. Tracie obtained her Master of Education in Counselling Psychology at OISE, University of Toronto and her practicum at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). Outside of work you can find Tracie running away to the woods whenever possible. She loves being active in nature, making stuff and deep conversations! Tracie is dedicated to her boys and loves getting to know who they are as they grow taller than her.