the southwest dietitian group is your insurance-based nutrition practice specializing in habit change... 

for sustainable change.

who we work with

Have you been trying to improve your health but keep falling off the wagon? Are you struggling to make healthy changes in your life? Do you know what you need to do but can't seem to stick with it? Do you want to take control of your health? 

Knowing what to so and doing it, are two different conversations.
While the Southwest Dietitian Group is a general practice, meaning, we see and work with all medical conditions - from healthy to sick - we specialize our efforts on helping our patients and clients create sustainable change by also helping them change how they think, therefore creating permanent habit and behavior change.

You don't have to be ready to change everything about your life to come see us... you just having to be willing to take the first step and for some, that's picking up the phone to call us today.

are we a good fit?

our promise to you is to Provide you the tools for sustainable change in a supportive and nonjudgmental space with knowledgeable and personable people.

Our MISSION is to help our patients and clients get - and stay - healthy.

Be kind. Be knowledgable. Prioritize sustainable change. Hold accountable. 




Maya is the owner of the Southwest Dietitian Group and a 16-year registered dietitian, specializing in weight loss and hormone balancing, and a beacon of resilience and transformation. Raised in a Lebanese household where food symbolized love, she battled weight and health issues from an early age. Maya’s own journey took her from a stressful adolescence and retail management to undernourishment and the onset of unhealthy habits, before finding the right path through education and a relentless desire for change.

Her personal struggle with trauma and CPTSD deeply informs her practice. Maya has dedicated her life to mastering the science of neuroplasticity, habit change, and the powerful influence of mindset on health. She transformed herself by embracing her past and learning how to feel, thus finding her passion in helping others achieve sustainable weight loss and emotional balance. Maya's unique blend of formal education and lived experiences make her a compassionate and insightful guide for women on similar paths, emphasizing not just what to eat, but how to think and feel in the process.

Brittaney is a dietitian that has experience in and passion for community nutrition. She is a non-diet dietitian that helps her clients build healthy relationships with food and their body. She uses her personal testimony of how she completely transformed her mental health by letting go of shame and guilt around food and stopped punishing herself with exercise that led to a life with joy and fulfillment.

She specializes in women, infant, and adolescent nutrition and breastfeeding. She is currently studying to become an international board-certified lactation consultant and has 1200 hours of breastfeeding experience helping mothers provide breastmilk for their babies.

Originally from Washington state, Brittaney came to Arizona to attend Arizona State University to receive her Bachelor of Science in Nutrition dietetics. Then completed her master’s in public health at Grand Canyon University, synchronous with her dietetic internship through Maricopa County Department of public health. Through her experience and education she uses evidenced-based nutrition science to help her client’s meet their personal goals. 

I'm Madeline, a registered dietitian with a passion for fostering a healthier relationship with food. With a Master's degree in Community Medical Dietetics from Viterbo University in Wisconsin, I've learned how to help individuals and communities make informed, sustainable choices for their well-being. 

My journey in the realm of nutrition has been deeply influenced by my own personal battle with restrictive diets and an unhealthy relationship with food. It was during these challenging moments that I realized the importance of not just understanding what we eat but also why we eat. I embarked on a mission to heal my own relationship with food, and in doing so, I found my true calling as a dietitian. 

I believe that food should never be the enemy but rather a source of nourishment, pleasure, and self-care.Whether you're seeking to manage a medical condition, improve your overall wellness, or simply want to make peace with your plate, I'm here to support you every step of the way.

owner | registered dietitian nutritionist

registered dietitian nutritionist

registered dietitian nutritionist

maya nahra, rd

brittaney bishop, MS, rd

madeline salberg, MS, rd

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