Your symptoms may not make sense. But our process does.

We know living with autoimmunity can be tough. We know your symptoms can be unpredictable and you sometimes feel unheard. Mymee listens to you and your body to help you find relief.
 
Mymee's personalized program combines daily tracking on the Mymee app with one-on-one health coaching to identify and remove dietary and lifestyle "triggers" that are aggravating your symptoms.
 
Achieve meaningful quality of life improvements without additional medications.

How does Mymee work?

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step1

Meet your Health Coach Investigator

Start tracking on the app to identify your triggers and work together to make a personalized plan.

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step2

Collect Aha! moments and make small, manageable changes

Together with your coach, you will start to understand your body better so you have more control.

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step3

Start to feel like yourself again!

Enjoy a new sense of control over your symptoms...rather than your symptoms controlling your life!

Meet Our Coaches

We’re proud of the work our health coaches do every day to support those living with autoimmunity. Mymee coaches bring an integrative approach to helping clients find their triggers, reduce symptoms and achieve meaningful improvements in their quality of life.

What sets our coaches apart

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We’ve walked in your shoes

Every Mymee coach is on their own autoimmunity journey, and brings a personal perspective on what it takes to feel better. They are uniquely positioned to HEAR you and tailor YOUR program to YOUR needs.

Holistic approach

A holistic approach

Our team of independently-certified health and wellness coaches are led by Mymee’s Head of Coaching, a licensed naturopathic physician, and supported by our Chief Medical Officer, a board-certified rheumatologist.

Proven by data

Supercharged by data

No two Mymee programs are alike. Our coaches are backed by the power of data to connect the dots between YOUR triggers and symptoms, and guide diet and lifestyle changes that will deliver results, because they were made just for YOU.

Jennifer Costa
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Kristen Dahlem
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Chelsea Sheridan
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Haley Knauer
Haley
Laura Lovejoy
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“Learning to overcome my own life-threatening autoimmune disorders left me with a passion to help others live healthier lives.”

As a certified holistic nutritionist and wellness educator, Jennifer works with a range of clients, from individuals with chronic illness to those seeking a healthier lifestyle, equipping them with the necessary tools to unlock their wellness potential.

Jennifer developed a strong passion and empathy to help the autoimmune population after she overcame several life-threatening autoimmune disorders by managing her lifestyle. Jennifer’s experience includes heading the nutrition departments at several functional medicine wellness centers,and partnering with physicians to lead patients through holistic health coaching programs. Jennifer created and leads Wellness Workshops on Meal Prepping, Pantry Makeovers, Goal Setting, and shares her own experience with Autoimmunity.

Adventure, spontaneity, and enjoying life are vital to Jen’s wellbeing. In her spare time, you can catch her at Trader Joe's, her favorite beachside yoga studio, or road-tripping to explore a new city.

“Nothing is more empowering than being at the helm of your personal journey.”

Kristen is a registered nurse and a board-certified health and wellness coach who prioritizes positivity and a strengths-based approach rooted in the principles of functional medicine. Kristen partners with clients to help them achieve wellness goals.

Kristen’s most valuable experience grew out of health challenges she faced as a young adult. She is grateful to have discovered the powerful influence that diet, lifestyle, and a healthy mind and body had on her ability to self-manage her diagnoses, and is passionate about supporting those who are ready to make positive changes to improve their health. She believes that optimal wellness is possible for all.

Kristen brings her positive energy and passion for wellness to her local community. When she is not coaching, she finds peace by the ocean and adventure through her passion for travel.

“I look forward to helping you shorten the pain and confusion of chronic illness while teaching you how to retake control of your health.”

Chelsea experienced the gamut of undiagnosed pre-autoimmune symptoms and chronic pain at a young age, yet she never lost focus on her goal to live life better.

Amidst a complicated journey of uncovering deep endometriosis of the pelvis, the source of Chelsea’s life-long autoimmunity, she became a Certified Nutrition Specialist [CNS]. The intertwining of root-based care in both personal and professional endeavors united her empathic coaching style with clinical nutrition, functional medical nutrition therapy, and meeting the individual entirely where they need support most.

Through good and bad, Chelsea understands the challenges that can arise when the body begs for positive support, diet, meditation, and movement, to recreate a forward path in taking back control. Now healthier than ever, Chelsea looks forward to helping shorten the pain and confusion that other chronically ill individuals feel, while co-creating in the re-mastery of their own health.

Chelsea earned a BA in sociology and global health, with a focus on public health systems and food access impacts, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has a Master’s degree in holistic nutrition and integrative health coaching from the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon, where she currently resides.

In her free time, Chelsea finds joy in spending time with her pup, Ollie, catching up with family and friends, and listening to or playing music. She loves to explore different cultures and cuisines through travel,and when she feels restless, yoga, Qi Gong, and being outdoors ground her most.

“I’m passionate about preventative care and food accessibility, and believe that health and healing should include joy and fun.”

Haley made it her mission to heal herself from Hashimoto's disease after being diagnosed as a teenager. Refusing to believe the solution was in a prescription, Haley turned to yoga, nutrition and lifestyle changes to manage her symptoms.

After more than 10 years with no symptoms and medication free, Haley made it her life's work to help others reduce their chronic pain and autoimmune symptoms.

Haley's coaching style is infused with a healthy dose of optimism and sense of humor: she believes health and healing should also include joy and fun. Her coaching experience includes serving as primary health coach at a New York City-based chiropractic office and primary care medical practice. There she was part of a team of doctors, therapists and acupuncturists, working collaboratively to treat patients. She created corporate wellness programs, including workshops, yoga and coaching sessions for employees. Passionate about preventative care and food accessibility, Haley participated in Wellness in the Schools and Yoga Foster programs to provide nutrition education and yoga classes for New York City’s school-aged children.

Haley has BA from Temple University and her MPH in Global Public Health Nutrition from New York University. She is a board-certified health coach from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, and is a registered Baptiste yoga instructor.

In her spare time, you can find Haley, fostering local shelter pitbulls, experimenting in the kitchen or planning her next trip.

“We all have the ability to take back control of our health: It’s the small changes that make the biggest impact.”

Having gone through her own battle with autoimmune issues, Laura is passionate about empowering those with chronic illness to live their best life. As a certified functional medicine health coach, Laura assists clients in examining their relationship with food, movement, sleep and stress.

Emphasizing each individual’s life experiences, character strengths and wellness goals, she partners with clients to produce real and lasting results, improving energy and overall well being. Laura motivates, inspires and guides her clients on their journey back to health.

Understanding the importance of the mind body connection, Laura is a certified Kripalu yoga teacher (RYT-200) and is trained in positive psychology, mindfulness and meditation. Laura is an avid (some would say obsessive) skier and she is happiest in the mountains.

Kortney Cotton
Kortney Cotton
Julia Wall
Julia Wall
Cassie Webb
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"I'm passionate about helping others problem solve their unique health issues - and providing unconditional support and compassion along the way."

In 2007, Kortney graduated from the University of North Carolina Wilmington with a B.A. in Communication Studies. Prior to becoming a Health Coach, she spent 6 years coaching and training individuals with disabilities in the workforce. She met some inspiring people and enjoyed watching them grow personally and professionally. After reflecting upon how her life experiences, innate characteristics and passion for helping others could translate into what mattered most to Kortney, she pursued a Health Coaching and Fitness Nutrition certification through the American Council on Exercise.

At age 7, Kortney was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, which dealt her a variety of health challenges and setbacks. However, one vital thing she learned is that no matter what our circumstances are, we still have the power to make profound positive impacts on our health and well-being. Through her own journey prioritizing health with nutrition, exercise and self-care, she says she has never felt better.  Kortney's approach to coaching is with an open mind and the belief that anything is possible. Collectively, she loves to brainstorm, and problem solve regarding unique circumstances; along with providing unconditional support and compassion throughout your wellness journey.

In her free time Kortney loves to be outside, whether it's kayaking, hanging at the beach, doing yoga or walking her dog. She also enjoy cooking, spending time with family, dancing, skiing and discovering new places.

"After a personal health crisis and subsequent autoimmune diagnosis changed my life, I discovered the impact diet and lifestyle can have on my health. Today, my mission is to help others discover how controlling for these factors can make a powerful difference in theirs."
Julia Wall is an ADAPT Certified Functional Health Coach from Boston, MA. As a multi-sport college athlete, she graduated summa cum laude from St Lawrence University (BS, Math & Psychology), and later went on to receive her MS in Human Factors from Bentley University. Before finding her way to this side of healthcare, she spent several years in the software industry, documenting and designing products to accelerate the pace of discovery and innovation for many healthcare and technology companies.

After suffering a concussion in 2015, a personal health crisis led her to take a deep dive into functional medicine and the impact that our diets, environment, and lifestyle have on our overall health. Her subsequent autoimmune diagnosis and recovery ignited a passion for the functional, systems-based, root-cause approach to health. Since receiving her certification in 2019, she has been coaching clients with complex, chronic illnesses, helping them reach their goals by identifying and removing barriers to health, and promoting wellness through new tools, skills, and healthy habits.

In her free time, Julia loves to get out into nature (particularly the Adirondack Mountains of NYS), spend time with family and friends, and experiment with new recipes. Julia is passionate about environmental determinants of health and is a member of the International Society for Environmentally Acquired Illness (ISEAI).
"I have huge admiration of the body and all of it's amazing capabilities. As a health coach, I'm passionate about translating this to helping clients recognize their own strengths on the path to better health and wellness."
As a Certified Health and Wellness coach and a Nationally Licensed Massage Therapist, Cassie has spent the majority of her career exploring new ways to help people overcome their illnesses, injuries, and setbacks. She is passionate about empowering her clients to recognize their own strengths when it comes to improving their quality of life. She continuously has a curiosity and admiration of the body and all its amazing capabilities.
 
Diagnosed with Crohn’s at age 15, Cassie experienced her own obstacles navigating a chronic illness and what that meant for her and her lifestyle. She quickly gained a confidence in her ability to effect her own level of health with diet, exercise, and listening to what her body needs. 
 
Cassie first participated in the Mymee program as a client, where her coach helped her identify the nuances on what she needs as someone with a chronic illness. She is thrilled to be able to welcome clients into a program that proved to be a positive and effective experience for her.
 
An avid traveler, adventure seeker, novice gardener, Cassie loves to be active and spend time with those she loves. She will never pass up the chance to talk about her growing number of house plants, share updates on her latest home project, or scroll through pictures of dogs.
Jennifer Costa
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Kristen Dahlem
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Chelsea Sheridan
Chelsea Sheriden-1
“Learning to overcome my own life-threatening autoimmune disorders left me with a passion to help others live healthier lives.”

As a certified holistic nutritionist and wellness educator, Jennifer works with a range of clients, from individuals with chronic illness to those seeking a healthier lifestyle, equipping them with the necessary tools to unlock their wellness potential.

Jennifer developed a strong passion and empathy to help the autoimmune population after she overcame several life-threatening autoimmune disorders by managing her lifestyle. Jennifer’s experience includes heading the nutrition departments at several functional medicine wellness centers,and partnering with physicians to lead patients through holistic health coaching programs. Jennifer created and leads Wellness Workshops on Meal Prepping, Pantry Makeovers, Goal Setting, and shares her own experience with Autoimmunity.

Adventure, spontaneity, and enjoying life are vital to Jen’s wellbeing. In her spare time, you can catch her at Trader Joe's, her favorite beachside yoga studio, or road-tripping to explore a new city.

“Nothing is more empowering than being at the helm of your personal journey.”

Kristen is a registered nurse and a board-certified health and wellness coach who prioritizes positivity and a strengths-based approach rooted in the principles of functional medicine. Kristen partners with clients to help them achieve wellness goals.

Kristen’s most valuable experience grew out of health challenges she faced as a young adult. She is grateful to have discovered the powerful influence that diet, lifestyle, and a healthy mind and body had on her ability to self-manage her diagnoses, and is passionate about supporting those who are ready to make positive changes to improve their health. She believes that optimal wellness is possible for all.

Kristen brings her positive energy and passion for wellness to her local community. When she is not coaching, she finds peace by the ocean and adventure through her passion for travel.

“I look forward to helping you shorten the pain and confusion of chronic illness while teaching you how to retake control of your health.”

Chelsea experienced the gamut of undiagnosed pre-autoimmune symptoms and chronic pain at a young age, yet she never lost focus on her goal to live life better.

Amidst a complicated journey of uncovering deep endometriosis of the pelvis, the source of Chelsea’s life-long autoimmunity, she became a Certified Nutrition Specialist [CNS]. The intertwining of root-based care in both personal and professional endeavors united her empathic coaching style with clinical nutrition, functional medical nutrition therapy, and meeting the individual entirely where they need support most.

Through good and bad, Chelsea understands the challenges that can arise when the body begs for positive support, diet, meditation, and movement, to recreate a forward path in taking back control. Now healthier than ever, Chelsea looks forward to helping shorten the pain and confusion that other chronically ill individuals feel, while co-creating in the re-mastery of their own health.

Chelsea earned a BA in sociology and global health, with a focus on public health systems and food access impacts, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has a Master’s degree in holistic nutrition and integrative health coaching from the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon, where she currently resides.

In her free time, Chelsea finds joy in spending time with her pup, Ollie, catching up with family and friends, and listening to or playing music. She loves to explore different cultures and cuisines through travel,and when she feels restless, yoga, Qi Gong, and being outdoors ground her most.

Haley Knauer
Haley
Laura Lovejoy
Laura Lovejoy-1-1
Kortney Cotton
Kortney Cotton
“I’m passionate about preventative care and food accessibility, and believe that health and healing should include joy and fun.”

Haley made it her mission to heal herself from Hashimoto's disease after being diagnosed as a teenager. Refusing to believe the solution was in a prescription, Haley turned to yoga, nutrition and lifestyle changes to manage her symptoms.

After more than 10 years with no symptoms and medication free, Haley made it her life's work to help others reduce their chronic pain and autoimmune symptoms.

Haley's coaching style is infused with a healthy dose of optimism and sense of humor: she believes health and healing should also include joy and fun. Her coaching experience includes serving as primary health coach at a New York City-based chiropractic office and primary care medical practice. There she was part of a team of doctors, therapists and acupuncturists, working collaboratively to treat patients. She created corporate wellness programs, including workshops, yoga and coaching sessions for employees. Passionate about preventative care and food accessibility, Haley participated in Wellness in the Schools and Yoga Foster programs to provide nutrition education and yoga classes for New York City’s school-aged children.

Haley has BA from Temple University and her MPH in Global Public Health Nutrition from New York University. She is a board-certified health coach from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, and is a registered Baptiste yoga instructor.

In her spare time, you can find Haley, fostering local shelter pitbulls, experimenting in the kitchen or planning her next trip.

“We all have the ability to take back control of our health: It’s the small changes that make the biggest impact.”

Having gone through her own battle with autoimmune issues, Laura is passionate about empowering those with chronic illness to live their best life. As a certified functional medicine health coach, Laura assists clients in examining their relationship with food, movement, sleep and stress.

Emphasizing each individual’s life experiences, character strengths and wellness goals, she partners with clients to produce real and lasting results, improving energy and overall well being. Laura motivates, inspires and guides her clients on their journey back to health.

Understanding the importance of the mind body connection, Laura is a certified Kripalu yoga teacher (RYT-200) and is trained in positive psychology, mindfulness and meditation. Laura is an avid (some would say obsessive) skier and she is happiest in the mountains.

"I'm passionate about helping others problem solve their unique health issues - and providing unconditional support and compassion along the way."

In 2007, Kortney graduated from the University of North Carolina Wilmington with a B.A. in Communication Studies. Prior to becoming a Health Coach, she spent 6 years coaching and training individuals with disabilities in the workforce. She met some inspiring people and enjoyed watching them grow personally and professionally. After reflecting upon how her life experiences, innate characteristics and passion for helping others could translate into what mattered most to Kortney, she pursued a Health Coaching and Fitness Nutrition certification through the American Council on Exercise.

At age 7, Kortney was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, which dealt her a variety of health challenges and setbacks. However, one vital thing she learned is that no matter what our circumstances are, we still have the power to make profound positive impacts on our health and well-being. Through her own journey prioritizing health with nutrition, exercise and self-care, she says she has never felt better.  Kortney's approach to coaching is with an open mind and the belief that anything is possible. Collectively, she loves to brainstorm, and problem solve regarding unique circumstances; along with providing unconditional support and compassion throughout your wellness journey.

In her free time Kortney loves to be outside, whether it's kayaking, hanging at the beach, doing yoga or walking her dog. She also enjoy cooking, spending time with family, dancing, skiing and discovering new places.

Julia Wall
Julia Wall
Cassie Webb
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"After a personal health crisis and subsequent autoimmune diagnosis changed my life, I discovered the impact diet and lifestyle can have on my health. Today, my mission is to help others discover how controlling for these factors can make a powerful difference in theirs."
Julia Wall is an ADAPT Certified Functional Health Coach from Boston, MA. As a multi-sport college athlete, she graduated summa cum laude from St Lawrence University (BS, Math & Psychology), and later went on to receive her MS in Human Factors from Bentley University. Before finding her way to this side of healthcare, she spent several years in the software industry, documenting and designing products to accelerate the pace of discovery and innovation for many healthcare and technology companies.

After suffering a concussion in 2015, a personal health crisis led her to take a deep dive into functional medicine and the impact that our diets, environment, and lifestyle have on our overall health. Her subsequent autoimmune diagnosis and recovery ignited a passion for the functional, systems-based, root-cause approach to health. Since receiving her certification in 2019, she has been coaching clients with complex, chronic illnesses, helping them reach their goals by identifying and removing barriers to health, and promoting wellness through new tools, skills, and healthy habits.

In her free time, Julia loves to get out into nature (particularly the Adirondack Mountains of NYS), spend time with family and friends, and experiment with new recipes. Julia is passionate about environmental determinants of health and is a member of the International Society for Environmentally Acquired Illness (ISEAI).
"I have huge admiration of the body and all of it's amazing capabilities. As a health coach, I'm passionate about translating this to helping clients recognize their own strengths on the path to better health and wellness."
As a Certified Health and Wellness coach and a Nationally Licensed Massage Therapist, Cassie has spent the majority of her career exploring new ways to help people overcome their illnesses, injuries, and setbacks. She is passionate about empowering her clients to recognize their own strengths when it comes to improving their quality of life. She continuously has a curiosity and admiration of the body and all its amazing capabilities.
 
Diagnosed with Crohn’s at age 15, Cassie experienced her own obstacles navigating a chronic illness and what that meant for her and her lifestyle. She quickly gained a confidence in her ability to effect her own level of health with diet, exercise, and listening to what her body needs. 
 
Cassie first participated in the Mymee program as a client, where her coach helped her identify the nuances on what she needs as someone with a chronic illness. She is thrilled to be able to welcome clients into a program that proved to be a positive and effective experience for her.
 
An avid traveler, adventure seeker, novice gardener, Cassie loves to be active and spend time with those she loves. She will never pass up the chance to talk about her growing number of house plants, share updates on her latest home project, or scroll through pictures of dogs.
Jennifer Costa
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Kristen Dahlem
Kristen Dahlem photo (1)
“Learning to overcome my own life-threatening autoimmune disorders left me with a passion to help others live healthier lives.”

As a certified holistic nutritionist and wellness educator, Jennifer works with a range of clients, from individuals with chronic illness to those seeking a healthier lifestyle, equipping them with the necessary tools to unlock their wellness potential.

Jennifer developed a strong passion and empathy to help the autoimmune population after she overcame several life-threatening autoimmune disorders by managing her lifestyle. Jennifer’s experience includes heading the nutrition departments at several functional medicine wellness centers,and partnering with physicians to lead patients through holistic health coaching programs. Jennifer created and leads Wellness Workshops on Meal Prepping, Pantry Makeovers, Goal Setting, and shares her own experience with Autoimmunity.

Adventure, spontaneity, and enjoying life are vital to Jen’s wellbeing. In her spare time, you can catch her at Trader Joe's, her favorite beachside yoga studio, or road-tripping to explore a new city.

“Nothing is more empowering than being at the helm of your personal journey.”

Kristen is a registered nurse and a board-certified health and wellness coach who prioritizes positivity and a strengths-based approach rooted in the principles of functional medicine. Kristen partners with clients to help them achieve wellness goals.

Kristen’s most valuable experience grew out of health challenges she faced as a young adult. She is grateful to have discovered the powerful influence that diet, lifestyle, and a healthy mind and body had on her ability to self-manage her diagnoses, and is passionate about supporting those who are ready to make positive changes to improve their health. She believes that optimal wellness is possible for all.

Kristen brings her positive energy and passion for wellness to her local community. When she is not coaching, she finds peace by the ocean and adventure through her passion for travel.

Chelsea Sheridan
Chelsea Sheriden-1
Haley Knauer
Haley
“I look forward to helping you shorten the pain and confusion of chronic illness while teaching you how to retake control of your health.”

Chelsea experienced the gamut of undiagnosed pre-autoimmune symptoms and chronic pain at a young age, yet she never lost focus on her goal to live life better.

Amidst a complicated journey of uncovering deep endometriosis of the pelvis, the source of Chelsea’s life-long autoimmunity, she became a Certified Nutrition Specialist [CNS]. The intertwining of root-based care in both personal and professional endeavors united her empathic coaching style with clinical nutrition, functional medical nutrition therapy, and meeting the individual entirely where they need support most.

Through good and bad, Chelsea understands the challenges that can arise when the body begs for positive support, diet, meditation, and movement, to recreate a forward path in taking back control. Now healthier than ever, Chelsea looks forward to helping shorten the pain and confusion that other chronically ill individuals feel, while co-creating in the re-mastery of their own health.

Chelsea earned a BA in sociology and global health, with a focus on public health systems and food access impacts, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has a Master’s degree in holistic nutrition and integrative health coaching from the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon, where she currently resides.

In her free time, Chelsea finds joy in spending time with her pup, Ollie, catching up with family and friends, and listening to or playing music. She loves to explore different cultures and cuisines through travel,and when she feels restless, yoga, Qi Gong, and being outdoors ground her most.

“I’m passionate about preventative care and food accessibility, and believe that health and healing should include joy and fun.”

Haley made it her mission to heal herself from Hashimoto's disease after being diagnosed as a teenager. Refusing to believe the solution was in a prescription, Haley turned to yoga, nutrition and lifestyle changes to manage her symptoms.

After more than 10 years with no symptoms and medication free, Haley made it her life's work to help others reduce their chronic pain and autoimmune symptoms.

Haley's coaching style is infused with a healthy dose of optimism and sense of humor: she believes health and healing should also include joy and fun. Her coaching experience includes serving as primary health coach at a New York City-based chiropractic office and primary care medical practice. There she was part of a team of doctors, therapists and acupuncturists, working collaboratively to treat patients. She created corporate wellness programs, including workshops, yoga and coaching sessions for employees. Passionate about preventative care and food accessibility, Haley participated in Wellness in the Schools and Yoga Foster programs to provide nutrition education and yoga classes for New York City’s school-aged children.

Haley has BA from Temple University and her MPH in Global Public Health Nutrition from New York University. She is a board-certified health coach from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, and is a registered Baptiste yoga instructor.

In her spare time, you can find Haley, fostering local shelter pitbulls, experimenting in the kitchen or planning her next trip.

Laura Lovejoy
Laura Lovejoy-1-1
Kortney Cotton
Kortney Cotton
“We all have the ability to take back control of our health: It’s the small changes that make the biggest impact.”

Having gone through her own battle with autoimmune issues, Laura is passionate about empowering those with chronic illness to live their best life. As a certified functional medicine health coach, Laura assists clients in examining their relationship with food, movement, sleep and stress.

Emphasizing each individual’s life experiences, character strengths and wellness goals, she partners with clients to produce real and lasting results, improving energy and overall well being. Laura motivates, inspires and guides her clients on their journey back to health.

Understanding the importance of the mind body connection, Laura is a certified Kripalu yoga teacher (RYT-200) and is trained in positive psychology, mindfulness and meditation. Laura is an avid (some would say obsessive) skier and she is happiest in the mountains.

"I'm passionate about helping others problem solve their unique health issues - and providing unconditional support and compassion along the way."

In 2007, Kortney graduated from the University of North Carolina Wilmington with a B.A. in Communication Studies. Prior to becoming a Health Coach, she spent 6 years coaching and training individuals with disabilities in the workforce. She met some inspiring people and enjoyed watching them grow personally and professionally. After reflecting upon how her life experiences, innate characteristics and passion for helping others could translate into what mattered most to Kortney, she pursued a Health Coaching and Fitness Nutrition certification through the American Council on Exercise.

At age 7, Kortney was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, which dealt her a variety of health challenges and setbacks. However, one vital thing she learned is that no matter what our circumstances are, we still have the power to make profound positive impacts on our health and well-being. Through her own journey prioritizing health with nutrition, exercise and self-care, she says she has never felt better.  Kortney's approach to coaching is with an open mind and the belief that anything is possible. Collectively, she loves to brainstorm, and problem solve regarding unique circumstances; along with providing unconditional support and compassion throughout your wellness journey.

In her free time Kortney loves to be outside, whether it's kayaking, hanging at the beach, doing yoga or walking her dog. She also enjoy cooking, spending time with family, dancing, skiing and discovering new places.

Julia Wall
Julia Wall
Cassie Webb
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"After a personal health crisis and subsequent autoimmune diagnosis changed my life, I discovered the impact diet and lifestyle can have on my health. Today, my mission is to help others discover how controlling for these factors can make a powerful difference in theirs."
Julia Wall is an ADAPT Certified Functional Health Coach from Boston, MA. As a multi-sport college athlete, she graduated summa cum laude from St Lawrence University (BS, Math & Psychology), and later went on to receive her MS in Human Factors from Bentley University. Before finding her way to this side of healthcare, she spent several years in the software industry, documenting and designing products to accelerate the pace of discovery and innovation for many healthcare and technology companies.

After suffering a concussion in 2015, a personal health crisis led her to take a deep dive into functional medicine and the impact that our diets, environment, and lifestyle have on our overall health. Her subsequent autoimmune diagnosis and recovery ignited a passion for the functional, systems-based, root-cause approach to health. Since receiving her certification in 2019, she has been coaching clients with complex, chronic illnesses, helping them reach their goals by identifying and removing barriers to health, and promoting wellness through new tools, skills, and healthy habits.

In her free time, Julia loves to get out into nature (particularly the Adirondack Mountains of NYS), spend time with family and friends, and experiment with new recipes. Julia is passionate about environmental determinants of health and is a member of the International Society for Environmentally Acquired Illness (ISEAI).
"I have huge admiration of the body and all of it's amazing capabilities. As a health coach, I'm passionate about translating this to helping clients recognize their own strengths on the path to better health and wellness."
As a Certified Health and Wellness coach and a Nationally Licensed Massage Therapist, Cassie has spent the majority of her career exploring new ways to help people overcome their illnesses, injuries, and setbacks. She is passionate about empowering her clients to recognize their own strengths when it comes to improving their quality of life. She continuously has a curiosity and admiration of the body and all its amazing capabilities.
 
Diagnosed with Crohn’s at age 15, Cassie experienced her own obstacles navigating a chronic illness and what that meant for her and her lifestyle. She quickly gained a confidence in her ability to effect her own level of health with diet, exercise, and listening to what her body needs. 
 
Cassie first participated in the Mymee program as a client, where her coach helped her identify the nuances on what she needs as someone with a chronic illness. She is thrilled to be able to welcome clients into a program that proved to be a positive and effective experience for her.
 
An avid traveler, adventure seeker, novice gardener, Cassie loves to be active and spend time with those she loves. She will never pass up the chance to talk about her growing number of house plants, share updates on her latest home project, or scroll through pictures of dogs.
Jennifer Costa
Jen Costa Headshot-1
“Learning to overcome my own life-threatening autoimmune disorders left me with a passion to help others live healthier lives.”

As a certified holistic nutritionist and wellness educator, Jennifer works with a range of clients, from individuals with chronic illness to those seeking a healthier lifestyle, equipping them with the necessary tools to unlock their wellness potential.

Jennifer developed a strong passion and empathy to help the autoimmune population after she overcame several life-threatening autoimmune disorders by managing her lifestyle. Jennifer’s experience includes heading the nutrition departments at several functional medicine wellness centers,and partnering with physicians to lead patients through holistic health coaching programs. Jennifer created and leads Wellness Workshops on Meal Prepping, Pantry Makeovers, Goal Setting, and shares her own experience with Autoimmunity.

Adventure, spontaneity, and enjoying life are vital to Jen’s wellbeing. In her spare time, you can catch her at Trader Joe's, her favorite beachside yoga studio, or road-tripping to explore a new city.

Kristen Dahlem
Kristen Dahlem photo (1)
“Nothing is more empowering than being at the helm of your personal journey.”

Kristen is a registered nurse and a board-certified health and wellness coach who prioritizes positivity and a strengths-based approach rooted in the principles of functional medicine. Kristen partners with clients to help them achieve wellness goals.

Kristen’s most valuable experience grew out of health challenges she faced as a young adult. She is grateful to have discovered the powerful influence that diet, lifestyle, and a healthy mind and body had on her ability to self-manage her diagnoses, and is passionate about supporting those who are ready to make positive changes to improve their health. She believes that optimal wellness is possible for all.

Kristen brings her positive energy and passion for wellness to her local community. When she is not coaching, she finds peace by the ocean and adventure through her passion for travel.

Chelsea Sheridan
Chelsea Sheriden-1
“I look forward to helping you shorten the pain and confusion of chronic illness while teaching you how to retake control of your health.”

Chelsea experienced the gamut of undiagnosed pre-autoimmune symptoms and chronic pain at a young age, yet she never lost focus on her goal to live life better.

Amidst a complicated journey of uncovering deep endometriosis of the pelvis, the source of Chelsea’s life-long autoimmunity, she became a Certified Nutrition Specialist [CNS]. The intertwining of root-based care in both personal and professional endeavors united her empathic coaching style with clinical nutrition, functional medical nutrition therapy, and meeting the individual entirely where they need support most.

Through good and bad, Chelsea understands the challenges that can arise when the body begs for positive support, diet, meditation, and movement, to recreate a forward path in taking back control. Now healthier than ever, Chelsea looks forward to helping shorten the pain and confusion that other chronically ill individuals feel, while co-creating in the re-mastery of their own health.

Chelsea earned a BA in sociology and global health, with a focus on public health systems and food access impacts, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has a Master’s degree in holistic nutrition and integrative health coaching from the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon, where she currently resides.

In her free time, Chelsea finds joy in spending time with her pup, Ollie, catching up with family and friends, and listening to or playing music. She loves to explore different cultures and cuisines through travel,and when she feels restless, yoga, Qi Gong, and being outdoors ground her most.

Haley Knauer
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“I’m passionate about preventative care and food accessibility, and believe that health and healing should include joy and fun.”

Haley made it her mission to heal herself from Hashimoto's disease after being diagnosed as a teenager. Refusing to believe the solution was in a prescription, Haley turned to yoga, nutrition and lifestyle changes to manage her symptoms.

After more than 10 years with no symptoms and medication free, Haley made it her life's work to help others reduce their chronic pain and autoimmune symptoms.

Haley's coaching style is infused with a healthy dose of optimism and sense of humor: she believes health and healing should also include joy and fun. Her coaching experience includes serving as primary health coach at a New York City-based chiropractic office and primary care medical practice. There she was part of a team of doctors, therapists and acupuncturists, working collaboratively to treat patients. She created corporate wellness programs, including workshops, yoga and coaching sessions for employees. Passionate about preventative care and food accessibility, Haley participated in Wellness in the Schools and Yoga Foster programs to provide nutrition education and yoga classes for New York City’s school-aged children.

Haley has BA from Temple University and her MPH in Global Public Health Nutrition from New York University. She is a board-certified health coach from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, and is a registered Baptiste yoga instructor.

In her spare time, you can find Haley, fostering local shelter pitbulls, experimenting in the kitchen or planning her next trip.

Laura Lovejoy
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“We all have the ability to take back control of our health: It’s the small changes that make the biggest impact.”

Having gone through her own battle with autoimmune issues, Laura is passionate about empowering those with chronic illness to live their best life. As a certified functional medicine health coach, Laura assists clients in examining their relationship with food, movement, sleep and stress.

Emphasizing each individual’s life experiences, character strengths and wellness goals, she partners with clients to produce real and lasting results, improving energy and overall well being. Laura motivates, inspires and guides her clients on their journey back to health.

Understanding the importance of the mind body connection, Laura is a certified Kripalu yoga teacher (RYT-200) and is trained in positive psychology, mindfulness and meditation. Laura is an avid (some would say obsessive) skier and she is happiest in the mountains.

Kortney Cotton
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"I'm passionate about helping others problem solve their unique health issues - and providing unconditional support and compassion along the way."

In 2007, Kortney graduated from the University of North Carolina Wilmington with a B.A. in Communication Studies. Prior to becoming a Health Coach, she spent 6 years coaching and training individuals with disabilities in the workforce. She met some inspiring people and enjoyed watching them grow personally and professionally. After reflecting upon how her life experiences, innate characteristics and passion for helping others could translate into what mattered most to Kortney, she pursued a Health Coaching and Fitness Nutrition certification through the American Council on Exercise.

At age 7, Kortney was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, which dealt her a variety of health challenges and setbacks. However, one vital thing she learned is that no matter what our circumstances are, we still have the power to make profound positive impacts on our health and well-being. Through her own journey prioritizing health with nutrition, exercise and self-care, she says she has never felt better.  Kortney's approach to coaching is with an open mind and the belief that anything is possible. Collectively, she loves to brainstorm, and problem solve regarding unique circumstances; along with providing unconditional support and compassion throughout your wellness journey.

In her free time Kortney loves to be outside, whether it's kayaking, hanging at the beach, doing yoga or walking her dog. She also enjoy cooking, spending time with family, dancing, skiing and discovering new places.

Julia Wall
Julia Wall
"After a personal health crisis and subsequent autoimmune diagnosis changed my life, I discovered the impact diet and lifestyle can have on my health. Today, my mission is to help others discover how controlling for these factors can make a powerful difference in theirs."
Julia Wall is an ADAPT Certified Functional Health Coach from Boston, MA. As a multi-sport college athlete, she graduated summa cum laude from St Lawrence University (BS, Math & Psychology), and later went on to receive her MS in Human Factors from Bentley University. Before finding her way to this side of healthcare, she spent several years in the software industry, documenting and designing products to accelerate the pace of discovery and innovation for many healthcare and technology companies.

After suffering a concussion in 2015, a personal health crisis led her to take a deep dive into functional medicine and the impact that our diets, environment, and lifestyle have on our overall health. Her subsequent autoimmune diagnosis and recovery ignited a passion for the functional, systems-based, root-cause approach to health. Since receiving her certification in 2019, she has been coaching clients with complex, chronic illnesses, helping them reach their goals by identifying and removing barriers to health, and promoting wellness through new tools, skills, and healthy habits.

In her free time, Julia loves to get out into nature (particularly the Adirondack Mountains of NYS), spend time with family and friends, and experiment with new recipes. Julia is passionate about environmental determinants of health and is a member of the International Society for Environmentally Acquired Illness (ISEAI).
Cassie Webb
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"I have huge admiration of the body and all of it's amazing capabilities. As a health coach, I'm passionate about translating this to helping clients recognize their own strengths on the path to better health and wellness."
As a Certified Health and Wellness coach and a Nationally Licensed Massage Therapist, Cassie has spent the majority of her career exploring new ways to help people overcome their illnesses, injuries, and setbacks. She is passionate about empowering her clients to recognize their own strengths when it comes to improving their quality of life. She continuously has a curiosity and admiration of the body and all its amazing capabilities.
 
Diagnosed with Crohn’s at age 15, Cassie experienced her own obstacles navigating a chronic illness and what that meant for her and her lifestyle. She quickly gained a confidence in her ability to effect her own level of health with diet, exercise, and listening to what her body needs. 
 
Cassie first participated in the Mymee program as a client, where her coach helped her identify the nuances on what she needs as someone with a chronic illness. She is thrilled to be able to welcome clients into a program that proved to be a positive and effective experience for her.
 
An avid traveler, adventure seeker, novice gardener, Cassie loves to be active and spend time with those she loves. She will never pass up the chance to talk about her growing number of house plants, share updates on her latest home project, or scroll through pictures of dogs.

Millennia Lytle, ND, MPH

Head of Coaching

Dr. Millie Lytle is a licensed naturopathic doctor, epidemiologist and nutrition specialist dedicated to preventing and reversing the epidemic of chronic disease. She earned her 4-year post grad ND from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine and a Master's in Public Health (MPH) in Hamburg, Germany. In addition to 15 years of private practice, Millie’s research efforts have been published in peer-reviewed journals and conferences. Her most cherished research expedition had her travelling to northern Canada, where the roads end, to interview traditional native healers on the role traditional healing plays in community health. She has appeared on several alternative medicine summits, podcasts and is a former radio host. She sits on the Medical Advisory Board for SAFM, one of the first health coaching schools accredited for continuing medical education (CME) credits.

Our clients love their coaches

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I really enjoyed the help and coaching calls to keep on track of my wellness. My coach was always on top of my situation and really did her homework to help me out and reach my goal.

Guadalupe, Takayasu arteritis

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Some of my health issues are under control and I felt [more] success with my coach than I have with doctors for years.

Laurie, RA

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From the first day I spoke to my coach, she was incredible. She motivated me to believe in myself and to celebrate my wins and made me finally believe that I could help myself get better (something I didn't ever think I could do).

Shruti, pre-autoimmune

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My coach’s support and suggestions have been an invaluable part of my life over these last several months.

Stacy, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis

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My coach has truly been awesome to work with. Her recommended food and supplement changes have made a huge difference over the last few months with my Covid symptoms. I am very appreciative of all the time she spends with me and how helpful and kind she has been.

Emma, COVID long haul

The findings speak for themselves.

Our clinical study in JMIR showed Mymee delivered a significant quality of life benefit for lupus patients in combination with their current standard of care.

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dot-x improvement in fatigue

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dot-x improvement in pain

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dot-x participants were able to consistently use the Mymee App for data tracking