About Murray Nutrition

Dietitians who care | Expertise you can trust

Dietitians who care
Expertise you can trust

Meet our team

Eating Disorder Dietitians in Nashville, TN


Emily Murray

Owner & Clinical Director

Emily received her undergraduate degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from Tennessee Technological University, and completed her dietetic residency at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee. She has worked in a variety of practice settings prior to establishing Murray Nutrition, including inpatient, PHP, IOP, and outpatient levels of care for eating disorders, most notably with The Renfrew Center of Nashville, TN. Emily is a certified eating disorders specialist through the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals (iaedp). Emily established Murray Nutrition, PLLC in May of 2020, with a heart to provide compassionate, clinically excellent nutrition care to individuals who suffer from eating disorders in the greater Nashville area.


Anorexia in adolescents and teens, through modified Family Based Treatment

Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge-Eating and OSFED in Adults

Obsessive + Compulsive Exercise

Eating concerns impacted by anxiety, perfectionism, OCD, and trauma 

Negative Body Image and Body Dysmorphia

I often work with...

Shame dies when stories are told in

safe spaces

Favorite Words:

-ann Voscamp

Why I do what I do

Similar to others that work in this field, it was my own experience of healing from an eating disorder that sparked a desire to help others do the same. After encountering several health professionals that overlooked or exacerbated my eating disorder, my recovery journey started when I first met with my eating disorders dietitian. As someone who felt so afraid of food and at war with my body, it was life-changing to work with someone who understood these struggles, and had the expertise to teach me how to eat again. This experience inspired me to become a dietitian and pursue advanced training in eating disorders.

The best part of my job is...

To watch the person across from me come alive when the fog of the eating disorder is lifted. It doesn’t get much better than that. 

Nashville eating disorder dietitian

Emily Sauer

Associate Dietitian

Emily received her undergraduate degree in Nutrition and Dietetics with a minor in Psychology from Purdue University. She then moved to Nashville, TN to complete her dietetic internship at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Vanderbilt’s Children’s Hospital. During her internship, she gained experience in a vast array of clinical and community settings, including Murray Nutrition, which further ignited a passion in her to want to work with patients with disordered eating and eating disorders.


AN, BED, OSFED in Adolescents + Young Adults 

ARFID in Teens and Adults  

Chronic Dieting 

Males with Eating Disorders 

I often work with...

Only when we are brave enough to explore the darkness will we discover the

of our light.

infinite power

Favorite Words:

Brene Brown

Why I do what I do

Emily first became interested in the field of Nutrition and Dietetics when she had a loved one work with a dietitian in their own eating disorder recovery. Seeing the role of a dietitian impact her loved one’s healing process is what ultimately pushed Emily to study Nutrition and Dietetics.

The best part of my job is...

Emily’s favorite part of her job is seeing her clients light up about something they are passionate about, and celebrating their wins with them.

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Work With Emily Sauer